Housefixer.co.uk usually covers home renovations but today we bring something of the royal variety.
Kensington Palace has just undergone a £12 million renovation and is reopening to the public on Monday.
The large scale renovation and refurbishment has seen everything from the roof of Kensington Palace down to the entrance and even out to the gardens get a revamp just in time for the Olympics.
Take a look at the photograph gallery above to see the beautiful finished Kensington Palace which will no doubt bring a lot of joy to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and William, when they move in.
Visitors will now walk through the new gardens and into the hub entrance.
This grand entrance foyer features a new shop, cloak room and ticketing space.
The next area visitors will spot renovations is the White Court which has been designed by John Simpson.
It has an orange and red striped canopy and marble ticketing desk.
One of the more eye-catching additions is the luminous lace sculpture by designer Loop.pH.
It is situated in the Stone Hall and features crystals by Swarovski.
The hall also features four character chairs including the Queen’s chair which has a back of tulips and carved wooden birds.
These chairs are the beginning of four different visitor routes which give people the opportunity to learn new history about the palace.
One section which is sure to be popular in the year of the Queen’s Jubilee is the exhibit Victoria Revealed.
Queen Victoria runs through her journey on the throne in her own words.
Some of Princess Diana’s dresses are also on exhibit inside the walls of the renovated palace.
A monumental new roof has been put on the palace and a team of contractors have worked on the new ‘Welcome to Kensington -- a palace for everyone’ renovation and
For details about the reopening visit the Kensington Palace website.