Vicki Gunvalson is showing off the renovations she’s completed on her new home in California.
The 59-year-old bought the three bedroom property in Coto de Caza, Orange County, in April for $1.035million.
The former Real Housewives of Orange County star shared photos to Instagram on Sunday to showcase the “final touches” while admitting she has downsized.
Vicki wrote: “Final touches completed today. After 4 months of living in my new home, it’s finally finished. My “jewel box” that @cindyshockey and I have called it, came out exactly how we imagined it to be.
“I couldn’t have done it without her. We did the entire design remotely from her being in Canada. Cindy was the one who helped me design and decorate my lake house in NC, and I was so confident in her to do this one remotely too.’
Vicki ended her caption thanking her designer and adding that the backyard will be next to have an overhaul.
She added the hashtags ‘#lessismore #downsizeliving #itsallgood #thankfulgratefulblessed.”
Before its chic update, photos on Realtor.com show the Tuscan-style property with dark wood features.
The home has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms covering a modest 2,403 sq ft.
With the new look, Vicki has opted for a lighter and more neutral color palette with earthy tones and grey soft furnishings.
The light and airy kitchen includes white shaker cabinets, stylish gold pendant lamps over the central island, along with a brass faucet at the sink.
The mom-of-two previously owned a bigger, 5,456 sq ft home in the same neighborhood but offloaded it in March for $3million.
“It’s time for a ‘lock and go’ home with no maintenance,” Vicki said at the time just before closing the sale after owning the property for 20 years.
Vicki announced her exit from RHOC in January 2020 after being relegated to a “friend” role in season 14.
Speaking on her Whoop It Up podcast, Vicki explained why she thought she, along with Tamra Judge, were axed from the show.
“There’s several things we thought of… we got very expensive and I think they said that viewers were ready for younger blood,” the reality star revealed.
She continued: “I thought, well, you can’t really say that because the viewers and followers have followed my life for 15 years.
“And all of a sudden… I just didn’t die,” the “OG is OC” said after she was let go.
The outspoken blonde hinted that staffers behind-the-scene may have influenced the other housewives opinions about her.
“We’ve had good producers and bad producers.
“Unfortunately, my last two years, a producer didn’t like me.
“So, there can be a way for the cast to be influenced by him saying this, that and the other,” the podcast host said.