Lounge, Ldry/Powder + Multi-Use Room Reveal, Episode 4 | Colour Me Hamptons Renovation | House 11


Get ready for inspiration overload, gang, we’ve got a jam-packed episode lined up for you! Remember that arched doorway off the entry room? Tonight we’ll take you through it into the ‘good room’ and you’ll get a good look at all the details. There are panelled walls, textures, candles (and nipples!) galore. Bon’s bench-seat-a-thon continues… although this time she’s calling it a day bed same same but different 🤷🏻‍♀️and she has us pondering, how many cushions is too many? Ask our husbands… You know how we love a combined laundry and powder room, well they don’t get much prettier than this ‘lil one. And if you’re wondering what the heck a ‘multi use’ room is… watch now and all will be revealed!

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