BIG Bake Off star Prue Leith is famous for her colorful choice of outfits during the Channel 4 baking competition.
It will therefore not surprise her fans that behind closed doors, the restaurateur is just as colorful with the decoration of her house.
Prue, 82, will return to screens tonight alongside Paul Hollywood and co-hosts Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas for a new series of Bake Off.g
Since being last seen on the hit Channel 4 show, the star has been busy decorating her new home with husband John Playfair.
Much like their sartorial choices, Prue and her clothing designer half didn’t skimp on color around their brand new abode.
The bold chef opted for pops of sunshine yellow throughout the kitchen – from the walls to the cupboards and even the curtains.
The bright kitchen space revolves around a huge island – which has been clad in yellow cupboards to match the lemon print blinds.
Prue’s “most important room in the house” includes a towering utensil holder, suitable for her wooden spoons and cooking utensils.
All the cooking ingredients one could dream of have been neatly arranged in labeled jars on yellow shelves – behind a large dining table and chairs.
Continuing the colorful theme, the chair alternative in yellow and green matches the sleek and stylish kitchen.
Prue said of her bright kitchen earlier this year: “It’s important that our kitchens reflect our personality – for me that means injecting a bit of color.”
Elsewhere in the house there are other pops of color – including a red painted wall in the living room, which features pink couches.
A huge bookshelf can be seen filled with novels, while artwork hangs on the walls and is displayed on coffee tables throughout the room.
Another room is the house is painted in a dark teal, with more art stuffed throughout the space to add a touch of personality.
“Luckily my husband loves color as much as I do, that’s why the whole house is full of color,” Prue wrote to her fans on Instagram in February.
“Creating this dream home has been so exciting. From a blank page to this one,” she added, along with more snaps of her yellow kitchen.
The new Bake Off hopefuls will enter the tent for the first time tonight in an all-new series of the show.
The new series marks Prue’s sixth as a series judge after taking over the role of Dame Mary Berry in 2017 when the series moved from BBC One to Channel 4.
Last week, the brand new bakers vying for the title of Star Baker were unveiled with the most diverse line-up yet.
Every year, thousands of home bakers apply to take part in Channel 4’s Bake Off show.
But in each series, only 12 people are chosen to show their skills in the famous tent.