‘Honey, I’m Home!’ Celebs turn out for sensational sofa showroom launch

Jessica Ward | 5th August 2019

Some of the UK’s biggest names in television were out in full force last night for the showroom launch of luxury customisable furniture and sofa brand, Honey I’m Home.


Reality TV royalty, soap stars and Manchester’s business movers and shakers couldn’t stay away from the completely customisable sofa brand – which has built an army of loyal fans and celebrity supporters – with over 129K followers on instagram.


Among the famous faces walking the pink carpet at the VIP launch were Geordie Shore stars Holly Hagan and Marnie Simpson – accompanied by her X Factor turned reality star boyfriend Casey Johnson.



Katie McGlynn – Credit Stephen Farrell


Also making an appearance at the glitzy Honey HQ launch was TV presenter Jenny Powell, Celebs Go Dating superstar Charlotte Dawson, Coronation Street actress Katie McGlynn, glamour model Rhian Sugden and pregnant Love Island original Hannah Elizabeth – who posed up a storm with Marine when arriving at the event.


Coronation Street actress Katie McGlynn said: “I absolutely love Honey I’m Home’s style. I’ve followed them on instagram for ages and when I heard they were opening a showroom I had to come down to see what they had on offer. The showroom looks amazing and I can’t wait to design my own sofa with Maddison.”



Holly Hagan – Credit Stephen Farrell


Glamour and Lingerie Model Rhian Sugden said: “How glam is Honey I’m Home? I love the style, the fabric and the quality. It’s so current and it’s basically how I want to redesign my house – Oliver might get a shock when he comes back from his theatre tour to see the house has been remodeled!”


Presenter and TV star Jenny Powell said: “I can’t keep my eyes off the upholstery. I met Maddison a while ago and she’s helping me design a new sofa for my home. I like a bit of glam and I’m really into my velvet – that sofa in the showroom would be perfect because I like to have a lot of friends round mine – and the dogs too. How important is a sofa now? They’re so much more important to a house than they used to be!”



Jenny Powell – Credit Stephen Farrell


The brainchild of entrepreneur Maddison Santamaria – Honey I’m Home is a bespoke furniture manufacturer and retailer. 27-year-old mum of three Maddison is the interior designer and brains behind the brand, regularly working on beauty salons throughout the UK, large scale commercial projects – and private projects for her VIP clients. To name but a few, Maddison and her team have worked on projects for Topshop, Doll Beauty and Selfridges.


In a business predominately operated by men, Honey I’m Home is the only female-owned furniture manufacturer in Manchester – with Maddison owning 100% of her business, having never taken investment from outside sources.



Marnie and Casey – Credit Stephen Farrell

The newly unveiled showroom is unlike any other in Manchester and was completely designed and fitted by Maddison and her team. It’s unique, luxury aesthetic is expertly crafted to showcase the very best of the Honey I’m Home brand. Boasting 6 upholstered ceilings with huge TV feature walls, a stunning hexagon bar, Perspex reception desk and neon signage in the boatload, it is something that has to be seen to be believed.


With customisable sofas starting at £1,500 up to £3,500 – Honey I’m Home rivals high street prices and ensure their customers get exactly what they’re paying for. Honey I’m Home is luxury meets reasonable prices.



Charlotte Dawson and boyfriend Matthew – Credit Stephen Farrell


The brand’s celebrity customers include Love Island star Dani Dyer who has had a large bespoke Chelsea sofa and stool designed, with her TV star dad Danny Dyer also getting in on the action and kitting out his home with Maddison’s team. The Only Way is Essex star Jessica Wright has also ordered a bespoke royalty sofa complete with duck feather seating – and an impressive floor to ceiling bed.


The standalone brand have big plans for the future too with a very exciting top secret project in the works in Los Angeles for a high profile client – and with current bookings including over 24 salon designs, the brand have had to put a pause on future large scale projects due to such huge demand.



Rhian – Credit Stephen Farrell


In the coming months, Honey I’m Home will open an Academy to teach upholstery, interior design and social media management to budding students – with plans to also help school leavers from underprivileged backgrounds break into the industry.


The Honey I’m Home showroom is open to the public from Monday 5th August, by appointment only. To book please contact: lucy@honeyimhomeuk.co.uk