You Can Now Apply To Be On The New Series Of Changing Rooms
It was the TV news we were ecstatic to hear - Changing Rooms is coming back to our screens after 16 years away.
The new series will see Davina McCall assist "homestyle consultant" Laurence Llewelyn Bowen renovate more sets of homes - and will likely provoke the same mixed results (anyone else still cringing after the teapot debacle over a decade later?).
And now, if you feel your bedroom is boring, living room lacklustre, and dining room dull, you can have a crack at Changing Rooms yourself.
Applications are open if you and a willing friend (who lives within five minutes of your house) are looking forward to take part in the new series.
As well as filling out a rigorous form, you will have to also have to shoot and upload a three minute video introducing yourself and any other household members that may also want to feature.
You then also have to showcase which room you want to have made over, and the reasons why you want to take part.
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The application process also requires a photo of yourself, a picture of the room in question and a snapshot of the outside of your property, so make sure you have those to hand.
Interested? Well you don't have long, with applications for the new series closing on Wednesday, 25th November.
For those who never watched the original Changing RoomsChanging Rooms, the show famously saw two groups renovating a room in each other's homes, working alongside interior designers to create the most spectacular new room they can just £500 and two days to get the job done.
Laurence competed against a colleague in each ep to see who can come up with the most stylish and innovative space.
The new season will also be packed full of interior design tips and DIY suggestions, as well as hints on how to be "crafty on a budget by upscaling and adding sparkle to unloved or outdated corners of our homes".
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