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Laura Anderson is back from Dubai at last and currently quarantining at home.
The Love Island star lives in a two-bed apartment in Glasgow with her dog, Buddy.
Thanks to social media, Laura often uploads pictures and videos from her home, giving fans a sneak peek of where she lives.
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The reality star’s home is full of quirky pieces of furniture including cowhide upholstered dining room chairs which Buddy is also a fan of.
The chairs sit around a hexagonal dining room table which Laura says is ‘stunning’.
The 31-year-old captioned the picture: "No house rules. Cannot wait until I can entertain again, look at this stunning new dining table."
The star, who appeared on the 2018 series of Love Island, has admitted in the past that she is "Interior obsessed."
The living and kitchen space is open plan and home to a huge silver sofa where Laura has been catching up with Netflix during her quarantine period.
The apartment has two bedrooms, and the second has been converted into a gorgeous dressing from and home to Laura’s impressive shoe collection.
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She often posts selfies from the space decked out with her red carpet ready collection of heels and boots.
The TV star is currently holed up in her home as she self isolates for the 10 days following her arrival back in the UK from Dubai.
While the UK went back into its third national lockdown, reality stars including Laura were accused of “bending the rules” by deeming their holidays “essential work trips”.
Laura found herself in trouble with fans earlier this month when she took to Instagram to explain how it was “hard” being an influencer from her sunbed in Dubai.
Laura has since confessed her guilt as she responded to fans’ assumptions about her in a series of videos on her Instagram story.
Opening up to her 1.4million followers, Laura, said: “Oh my God. I felt guilty the whole time. I don’t anyone realised how bad the strain would get and how quickly. So hearing people upset at home, I felt horrendous.”
Laura added by writing on top of the footage: “The backlash was horrendous and still is. I don’t expect anyone to understand my situation.
“I apologise to everyone I’ve upset, I truly mean that as air was never my intention. I genuinely felt it was my only coping mechanism as a single accupant.” [sic]
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