Inside Bake Off: The Professionals host Tom Allen's elegant home with piano and fine art on the walls
BAKE OFF: The Professionals host Tom Allen has a gorgeously elegant home with a piano and lots of fine art on the walls.
The 37-year-old TV presenter often shares comedy videos with his followers taken from inside his house.
In one video it’s possible to see his all white bedroom, with a round mirror and white and black trimmed bed sheets.
Glimpsing a peek from inside another room, it looks like Tom has a large keyboard which he has decorated with a fashionable lamp and a vase of flowers.
Behind the host of Bake Off: The Professionals there’s also a huge round mirror with Roman numerals on.
Touring round his home, Tom’s kitchen is painted a dark teal colour and features wooden panels and white cabinets. It also has hanging ceiling lights
Tom is an English comedian, actor and writer who is the presenter of Bake Off: The Professionals.
You may also recognise him from hosting of The Apprentice: You're Fired.
Tom also has an office for his important paperwork, which features just some of the artwork that can be found on the walls of his home.
There’s also a square on the wall made up of mirrors, which helps to create space in Tom’s pad.
In one video it’s easy to see the wrought iron stairs that lead upstairs and all along the walls are even more pieces of art.
Lucky Tom even has a garden at his home, so he’s had plenty of opportunities to get out and soak up the sun.
In another bedroom, Tom has added a feature wall of dark blue and is adorned with a piece of art with vibrant blue and orange in it.
Next to the huge bed there’s a sleek silver lamp and a few succulent and cacti plants next to the bed.
Tom’s home appears to have three bedrooms, and in the smallest of the rooms is a sloped ceiling with a bright orange lamp and red patterned cushions.
Tom joined Bake Off: The Professionals in 2018 and hosts the show alongside fellow contestant Liam Charles.
When Tom was 22, he won the UK's most prestigious comedy newcomer award So You Think You're Funny in 2005 – he also won the BBC New Comedy Awards in the same year.
The comic supported Sarah Millican on her sold out 2016 tour of Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
He has also supported Josh Widdicombe, Romesh Ranganathan and Michael McIntyre and in 2018 he joined Jo Brand on The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice as a regular presenter.
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