She finally moved in to her new Essex home this week, three years after buying the home for £1.4million and renovating.

And Billie Faiers took to Instagram to show off the pad’s gorgeous pantry on Saturday, complete with rows of organised jars, a coffee station and sprawling spice rack.

Dubbing the room ‘a dream come true’, the Family Diaries star, 32, gave an insight into the new home with a collection of snaps.

Got there in the end: Billie Faiers took to Instagram on Saturay to show off her perfectly organised pantry as she finally settles in to her new £1.4M Essex family home after years of renovation (pictured earlier this month)

Billie, who is currently pregnant with her third child, moved into the home earlier this week with husband Greg Shepherd and their children; eight-year-old Nelly and Arthur, five.

And the home’s gorgeous pantry features oatmeal white cupboards and shelves -with strip backlighting on each one.

Marble countertops and light wooden flooring bring the room together, with an array of perfectly lined up glass jars, each with a wooden lid and printed stick-on label describing what the contents are.

Wow! Dubbing the room 'a dream come true', the Mummy Diaries star, 32, gave an insight into the new home with a collection of snaps

Wow! Dubbing the room ‘a dream come true’, the Mummy Diaries star, 32, gave an insight into the new home with a collection of snaps

Coffee station: One corner even features a coffee area, with a Nespresso Creatista Plus machine - which retails for upwards of £399

Coffee station: One corner even features a coffee area, with a Nespresso Creatista Plus machine – which retails for upwards of £399

One corner even features a coffee area, with a Nespresso Creatista Plus Machine – which retails for upwards of £399.

Taking to the caption, Billie explained that the room was ‘on my wish list’, penning: ‘The Shepherd Pantry. I have been soooo excited to share this with you all ☺️ … When we started the house build a pantry was always on my wish list.

‘I know this may sound slightly cringe but this room really does feel like a dream come true. Thank you to the wonderful ladies @organise_d for your perfect organising skills.’

Organisation heaven: An array of perfectly lined up glass jars, each with a wooden lid and printed stick-on label describing what the contents are, sit on the marble countertops

Organisation heaven: An array of perfectly lined up glass jars, each with a wooden lid and printed stick-on label describing what the contents are, sit on the marble countertops

Billie and her husband Greg paid £1.3million for the Brentwood property, before demolishing it and building their own dream home.

Boasting five bedrooms, the property also features a swimming pool, home gym and a lifesize wendy house.

Greg, 35, has also added a ‘man cave’, converting the original garage into a gym and games room, while there will be a play room for their two children.

Work began on the house in January 2021 following months of delays due to planning rows with their new neighbours.

Lit up: The home's gorgeous pantry features oatmeal white cupboards and shelves - with strip backlighting on each one

Lit up: The home's gorgeous pantry features oatmeal white cupboards and shelves -with strip backlighting on each one

Lit up: The home’s gorgeous pantry features oatmeal white cupboards and shelves -with strip backlighting on each one

Shepherd Pantry: Taking to the caption, Billie explained that the room was 'on my wish list', penning: 'The Shepherd Pantry. I have been soooo excited to share this with you all ¿¿ ¿ When we started the house build a pantry was always on my wish list'

Shepherd Pantry: Taking to the caption, Billie explained that the room was ‘on my wish list’, penning: ‘The Shepherd Pantry. I have been soooo excited to share this with you all ☺️ … When we started the house build a pantry was always on my wish list’

Earlier in the week, Billie shared a picture of her and Greg outside the home’s front door as they finally moved in – penning ‘we made it!’.

Settling into the home, the family enjoyed a sweet night together as she filmed Nelly and Arthur jumping on their new bed, donning matching pyjamas.

‘Highs and lows and ALOT of arguments along the way. I can finally say it was worth it in the end ❤️ the amount of times someone said that to me during this house build .. sometimes it felt impossible but it really does feel worth every minute,’ she explained.

 

In at last: Earlier in the week, Billie shared a picture of her and Greg outside the home's front door as they finally moved in - penning 'we made it!'

In at last: Earlier in the week, Billie shared a picture of her and Greg outside the home’s front door as they finally moved in – penning ‘we made it!’

The star admitted in March she wouldn’t have bought the abode if she knew the ‘headache’ it would be.

Billie said: ‘Now someone else has also said to us that we should probably think about knocking the house down and start all over again it’s just becoming one thing after another.

‘We’re nearly a year in now. It would have been nice to know that like six to eight months ago because if we are going to knock the house down it means we’re going to have to reapply for planning permission and start this process all over again.

‘I don’t regret buying the house but if I had known it would have taken this like, like over a year to get to find a builder, I probably wouldn’t have done it because I just was so unaware of how long things take.’

Home sweet home: Billie, Nelly, and Arthur all settled in this week, sharing snaps from the first night

Home sweet home: Billie, Nelly, and Arthur all settled in this week, sharing snaps from the first night 



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