Recognise this kitchen? The designer Sophie Wyatt took the hinges off the cooker to represent Deirdre’s… ahem… unbalanced personality. Want to recreate the look? This old-school kitchen was found by set decorator Miri Katz on eBay and the classic hanging spoon and fork was recreated by Jenny Bell ceramics.
Hidden around this Corrie house replica are clues about the cast, including the Stratford-Upon-Avon picture in the living room to showcase Ken’s love of Shakespeare. We curled up with a brew on this sofa recreated by Corrigan Furniture and enjoyed the backdrop of the classic William Morris & Co. Windmarsh wallpaper from Sanderson.
Anyone else miss Blanche? This special version of the Corrie house features a memorial to Deirdre’s mum complete with her old glasses and slippers! That chair looks strangely empty without the old battleaxe.
Inspired by the set of Ken and Deirdre’s Bedtime Stories where Corrie fans can finally see what happens when the famous soap couple go to bed, this bedroom showcases the classic wallpaper (Isadore Amethyst by Laura Ashley) as well as a dodgy carpet! Oh… and not forgetting the his ‘n’ hers bedside tables – slippers and Women’s Weekly for Deirdre and the paper for Ken.
When they’re not in the pub, there’re chores to be done, and no homely Corrie house would be complete without a classic laundry cupboard and weathered old boiler!
Now Tracy’s out of jail, she needs a place to stay. This special version of no. 1 Coronation Street features a double bedroom for Tracy and her daughter, Amy, filled with all the girly essentials.