Kids Bedrooms + Main Bathroom Reveal, Episode 5 | Colour Me Hamptons Renovation | House 11

Calling all colour lovers… this episode’s for you!

Follow us upstairs as we reveal all three kids’ bedrooms, each with their own unique pop of colour. If you’ve been liking the built-in bench seats in this house you’re going to LOVE the built-in beds! And there’s panelling for days.

Bon had her work cut out designing the kid’s bathroom. It’s possibly our smallest main bathroom yet and after seeing her shuffling the layout we think she’ll have no trouble with her son’s Rubik’s Cube.

Without further ado… Episode 5 is LIVE!

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