Inside Love Island star Maura Higgins’ posh London home with make-up station & chic sofa – The Sun

LOVE Island's Maura Higgins has given fans a sneak peek into her luxury London home.

The ring girl's lavish pad boasts a designated make-up area for her to pamper herself, but it also doubles up as the perfect spot for her to take selfies.

The 28-year-old's home appears to be open plan, as her lounge doubles up as her glam room.

The room is home to the Irish model's very own white dressing table and mirror with light bulbs dotted around it.

The space is kept clear with just two pots containing her make-up products, including her make-up brushes and lipsticks.

Surrounding the area are a string of white floating shelves, which display emotive quotes and photographs.


In one image Maura's wardrobe can be seen in the background.

Staying ahead of the trend Maura has a rail of her clothes hanging in the lounge area.

She has added a touch of glam to the room with a white sheepskin rug on the wooden floor.

While the sofa, which is also in the same area, is covered with a grey crushed velvet throw.



The neutral colour scheme continues throughout Maura's humble abode, as her bedroom and bathroom are also decorated with white and grey furniture.

Maura has shared a picture of her on her bed, which is covered with another fluffy throw, as well as grey cushions.

While her bathroom is decorated in white from floor to ceiling, including the shower curtain.


But she has put her own feminine touch on it by hanging a black and white photo on the wall above the toilet.

Maura has certainly livened up the villa over the last week she has been on the ITV2 programme.

Within moments of joining the show she entered into a love triangle with Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury, before being caught up in another love triangle with Tom Walker and Elma Pazar.

Her flirty behaviour with the professional boxer has seen a string of Ofcom complaints come flying in, with some viewers claiming she is "sexually harassing" Tyson Fury's brother.


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