Inside Lucy Fallon’s quirky home as she prepares to say goodbye to Corrie

Inside Lucy Fallon’s quirky home as she prepares to say goodbye to Corrie

November 14, 2019

Lucy Fallon has been doing up her home – and it's absolutely stunning.

The Coronation Street star took to Instagram to show off her newly-renovated house in a string of inspiring snaps that are sure to send people running down the shops.

The 24-year-old will wave goodbye to the cobbles in January, moving on from her role as Bethany Platt after five years on the ITV soap.

And it seems she's getting ready for the next chapter in her career by giving her home a makeover.

Lucy's cosy living room features a big chocolate brown sofa with plenty of throw cushions and blankets for extra comfort.


A mirror, with panels to give it a window-like look, hangs on the wall above her as she puts her feet up to watch a movie on her iPad.

A big glass coffee table sits on top of a shaggy rug, and lamps, plants, pictures and ornaments are perfectly placed all around to add her personalised touches.

Lucy, who is in a relationship with Tom Leech, has added lots of touches that let her personality shine through.


From a Blondie poster and an Amy Winehouse vinyl sitting on shelves to the guitar hanging on the wall, she's made sure the place is her own.

Lucy also has a nod to Manchester, where Corrie is based, with a funky bee portrait hanging on the wall in her dining room.

She's clearly a fan of quirky wallpaper too, with a funky design adorning the walls in the living room to the leopard print feature wall in her bedroom.


Lucy has added three neon lightning bolts to give the wall some extra pizzazz, and posed up on her big comfy-looking bed, decorated with blankets and throw pillows.

It's clearly a cosy place to relax thanks to the candles and flowers she has scattered around the room.

Lucy also has a dressing table with a Hollywood vanity mirror and a large mirror hanging on the wall to help her get ready for the day.


The actress has opened up about her decision to leave Corrie.

She said on Lorraine in September: "At the end of January I will leave Corrie but will be on screen until March, it's going to be horrible. I'll have been there five years.

"But it feels like the right time. I will miss everyone so much. I can't think about it properly cause I'll get upset. I've had the best time, it's a cliché but we're like a family."

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