Remember these dire Changing Rooms makeovers? From blow-up chairs to MDF ‘masterpieces’ get ready for the show’s return
CHANGING Rooms is about to make a return to our telly boxes, with the 90s hit moving from BBC to Channel 4.
The first trailers have given fans a glimpse of new host Anna Richardson plus the welcome return of Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, but if the reboot is anything like its predecessor, then we can expect some truly disastrous DIY makeovers along the way too.
Originally hosted by Carol Smillie, the show saw couples receive some truly questionable transformations when it came to their homes.
Whether it was the 90s must-have of the inflatable chair or the iconic hanging teapot shelf – it’s safe to say these were designs we loved to hate.
As we eagerly anticipate the new batch of home makeovers, take a look back at some of the very worst transformations from the show.
Red or dead
Bedder believe it
Cushion the blow
Shoot that poison arrow
Orange you glad this isn’t yours?
In other DIY news, this proud DIY fanatic has shown off the new “wing” of their house – and it only cost them a couple of quid.
And this woman turns small cupboard in her one-bed flat into a sleeping area for her stepdaughter using B&M & The Range bargains.
Plus this mum revamped her stairs into an incredible waterfall mural after her 11-year-old ruined the carpet and it only cost £21.
Changing Rooms starts on Wednesday, August 18 at 8pm on Channel 4.
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