A TV presenter enlisted a Bournemouth interior design business to give her home a makeover suitable for a vegan.

Jasmine Harman, who hosts A Place in the Sun, wanted to avoid all animal products when giving a new look to her home in Carshalton, south London.

She took the challenge to My Bespoke Room, a Bournemouth-based online interior design service which designs makeovers from £95 a room.

The presenter shares a 1930s home with cameraman husband Jon Boast and children Joy, five, and Albion, three.

Jon discovered the business while browsing the internet.

The presenter, 43, said: “I’ve been a vegetarian since the age of six, becoming fully vegan after I had Joy, and I wanted to reflect that when it came to our home.

“It was Jon who suggested My Bespoke Room, and we all worked together to come up with a look which was both beautiful and vegan-friendly.”

Diana Greenhalgh, co-founder of My Bespoke Room, explained: “We’ve created over 1,000 room designs for clients, but a totally vegan makeover was a first for us – and it proved a challenge.

“We had to avoid feather-filled cushions, furniture with beeswax and wool in the likes of wool mix fabrics and rugs, while lots of paint also isn’t vegan, so we had to research that too.

“It’s very difficult to have a completely vegan interior as there are so many animal products used in things such as the glue that holds lots of furniture together, and it was a fabulous challenge.”

Jasmine said: “We were delighted with the result. There are so many alternative options out there and, working with My Bespoke Room, we made it as vegan-friendly as possible.”

Diana Greenhalgh added: “The world of interior design is largely still very archaic, and is perceived to be for high net worth individuals or corporates, with many believing they can’t afford it.

“We’re on a mission to change that. Time is so precious these days and everyone is on the go using technology, such as phones, tablets and computers. It just makes sense to bring the world of interiors online too, bringing it into the 21st century and making it more accessible for everyone.

”Jasmine is a busy working mum who travels a lot and it was great to be able to offer her a service she could fully engage with while on the move.”

Diana and co-founder Laura Simpson created My Bespoke Room in 2014. It now has more than 30 qualified interior designers and relationships with more than 100 household interiors brands.