Inside Love Island star Teddy’s new home as he makes it over after split from co-star ex Faye

FROM HEARTBREAK TO ILLNESS & AN IVF JOURNEY: HOW BRINGING COLOUR TO THE HOME HAS HELPED PEOPLE FACE THEIR MOST CHALLENGING LIFE MOMENTS New research reveals 81% of Brits redecorate homes when faced with difficult life moments 1 in 4 Brits repaint after the death of a loved one, and 21% after heartbreak Colour expert & psychologist explain the science behind why bringing colour into your home can help you through difficult life moments Dulux has partnered with Teddy Soares, Tara Slinger & Katy Jenkins to redecorate their homes into a positive space using bespoke ‘New Chapter’ palettes A collage of a person sitting on a couch Description automatically generated with medium confidence Dulux has issued research to understand the impact of redecorating our homes after major life adjustments – uncovering that a bringing colourful paint into our homes can provide a little bit of hope when we need it most. In fact, 59 per cent of us have redecorated our homes after major life adjustments, including the death of a family member (25 percent), heartbreak (21 per cent) and stress of a new job (16 per cent). Of this, 81 percent said their redecoration project had a positive impact on their mood, while 63 per cent of all surveyed said the colours on their walls influences their emotions. Our homes act as workspaces, memory generators and playpens, and are places to sleep, cook and relax - but their most important role is to provide a safe sanctuary to be your authentic self. They should be places we feel excited to return to, as well as comforted to be in - and new research reveals that Brits often turn to their homes to provide this security and assurance during times of transition and adjustment. Psychologist and Mental Health Expert, Dr Lalitaa Suglani, explains: “We know that big life events, such as family members passing away, heartbreak, and stressful new jobs can have a huge impact on our outlook on life.

LOVE Island star Teddy Soares has revealed his home makeover after his break-up with Faye Winter.

The pair dramatically split in February after weeks of speculation.

Love Island’s Teddy Soares has revealed his home re-vamp

Teddy looked delighted to relax in his new zen space

He has added a pop of colour to the plain space

Faye, 27, and Teddy, 26, desperately tried to keep their split secret from fans amid tense crisis talks since New Year.

Yet with the news now public, Teddy is working hard on getting a fresh start.

He has turned his focus to his home and added a splash of colour to his open-plan living room.

With fresh laminate floors and white walls, Teddy has chosen a sage green shade for the bottom panel of his walls.

The pop of colour gives a fresh and trendy feel against his stone white sofa.

Teddy was seen beaming following the re-vamp.

Faye previously confirmed the pair’s split, telling fans: “I wanted to let you know that after lots of time and consideration, Teddy and I have decided to go our separate ways.

“Thank you all so much for supporting our relationship and sharing the journey with us. I’m forever grateful.”

It’s after Teddy officially moved out of the “dream” home they bought together.

An insider told HOAR: “Faye is devastated they haven’t been able to work things out.

“She really hoped she and Teddy were forever, but sadly it wasn’t to be.

“She’s known deep down it was over for a while, but wasn’t ready to let go.”

Faye was later slammed by fans for keeping her break up “secret” after attending the Brit Awards without Teddy and spending Valentine’s Day solo.

Meanwhile new research has revealed 81 per cent of Brits redecorate homes when faced with difficult life moments.

Dulux has partnered with Teddy to redecorate their homes into a positive space using bespoke ‘New Chapter’ palettes.

Teddy is embarking on a fresh chapter following his split with Faye

The Love Island couple broke up in February
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