DAVID and Victoria Beckham gave cameras access to their £12 million farmhouse for their new documentary.
And fans have eagerly been lapping up Posh Spice’s interior design choices peeking through the background of scenes in the Netflix show.
Posh and Becks bought their Cotswolds farmhouse in 2016 for £6.15 millionCredit: Splash News
The rural home featured heavily in their new Netflix showCredit: Getty
The Beckhams filmed confessional scenes in their Cotswolds home which they purchased in December 2016 for a reported £6.15 million.
They have since renovated it to double the value, introducing a sauna, swimming pool, football pitch, gym and £50k safari tent for entertaining guests.
The rural home isn’t the family’s main residence, but Posh and Becks fans are still gushing over the interior design choices.
And although it’s likely bursting with designer and bespoke homeware, you can still emulate the farmhouse vibe on a shoestring budget with dupes – including a £9 IKEA lamp.
Fans have been gushing over the Beckham’s home interior choicesCredit: Eroteme
In one scene shooting from the open kitchen-diner in the farmhouse, a checked cushion can be seen on a sofa behind Victoria.
And while these are a common design, hers had a dark core with lighter checking stripes.
You can nab similar for £18 in Next with the Helena Springfield Harriet Cushion.
Other places to find checked cushions similar would be The Range and Dunelm.
Already have a cushion that you were looking to revamp? Marketplaces like eBay and Amazon have checked cushion covers similar to Posh and Becks’ for as cheap as £6.
Giving gothic vibes in the kitchen, Posh and Becks have dark candle holders with part-burnt dinner candles in their farmhouse.
Pictured in a scene with David, three of the metal sticks were neatly lined up with wax dripping down the side of the candles.
You can nab near-identical versions of the candles from Sziqiqi store, which is available on Amazon.
The home brand’s Metal Candle Holders for Taper Candles cost £26.95 for three.
They come in the same tiered height format as those in the Beckham household.
You can copy Posh’s floor lamp for just £9Credit: Eroteme
For the white floor lamp pictured behind fashion mogul Victoria, you can pick up a £9 IKEA dupe.
The Swedish homeware giant’s Barlast lamp has the same black stick and white lampshade with a slight flare at the bottom.
“This floor lamp with a clean design assembles in a flash,” IKEA bosses said.
“And since the packaging is compact, we can fit many on the same pallet. Good for the environment – and one of the reasons behind the low price.”
For the blooming bouquet of lilac flowers pictured behind Victoria in the same scene, you can pick up artificial peonies.
These are available in the likes of The Range, Dunelm and B&M for less than a fiver
You may even find some in your local Primark if the homeware section is big enough.
Simply pop the faux bouquet in a wide glass vase and you’ll have a Posh-esque coffee table display that won’t ever die.