HOLBY City star Rosie Marcel has a gorgeous house featuring dog sofas, neon lights and a huge kitchen area.
Rosie - best known for playing cardiothoracic surgeon Jac Naylor on the BBC medical soap - lives in the home with her husband Ben Stacey and daughter Beau Marcel Stacey.
But they also live with four adorable dogs, who all sleep together underneath the kitchen counter.
The hollowed out space has two huge beds, which allows the pups to cuddle up with each other when they want some shut-eye.
This leads into their modern kitchen, with a wooden table top and sink, lit by hovering lights framed by black lamp shades.
On the furthest wall are white bricks, leading down to wooden shelves holding jars and bowls, all to the wooden work surfaces on the opposite side.
Meanwhile, the huge living room is an open space, with an L-shaped sofa lit by a neon heart.
The living room then leads onto the garden, as well as the dining room space.
The stripped back aesthetic continues, with black flooring, dining tables and a black bookcase.
Spotlights illuminate this area of the house, with a skylight.
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Rosie's character Jac Naylor has been taking part in a mental health storyline.
She has a breakdown following a series of tragic life events.
However, the experience mirrored Rosie's own experience - and she found the scenes particularly difficult to film.
Speaking on This Morning in November, she explained: "It was a really difficult decision to play this storyline for me. Really difficult decision.
"Didn't want to do it. I won't lie about it, I was really angry about it, because I thought I was exactly the wrong person to be doing this storyline.
"The wonderful [producer] Kate Oates had a really long conversation about it, and between the two of us we found a way to do it.
"It just became a very important story to tell - not just for people who have mental health problems, but also for me in particular because I'm a woman and I really struggled with it myself, and having a child and not going to work and seeing that child."