Is this the weirdest design feature in House Rules history? Tim and Matt feature a rusty CRANE inside their ensuite during grand finale challenge
With the grand final just around the corner, House Rules teams appear to be thinking outside the box with their designs.
And Tim, 32, and Matt, 27 certainty are no exceptions after making a unique decision to use a crane as a feature in the ensuite.
Tasked with renovating six rooms, the boys turned their focus to the bathroom and were determined to make ‘this ugly thing beautiful.’
‘It’s either genius or a $250,000 mistake’: Tim and Matt’s decision to use a crane as a feature in the ensuite shocked interior designer Carolyn Burns-McCrave
But interior designer Carolyn Burns-McCrave didn’t seem to agree when giving the team advice on their design.
‘It’s unique, it’s something you can’t buy and it’s something we can try to celebrate,’ Tim explained.
‘It’s a terrifying element to design around,’ the design expert admitted. ‘Tell me what your going to do with it before I have a complete breakdown.’
Unique: The boys were determined to make ‘this ugly thing beautiful’ so they could win the grand final
Matt appeared to have a clear direction of what he wanted to do with the crane as he explained the cosmetic adjustments he would be making.
But Carolyn still wasn’t convinced and warned this decision could cost the team the win.
‘I’m terrified for you. It is the riskiest thing I’ve seen on house rules and far and away the riskiest move in the grand final,’ she admitted.
Hard days work: Carolyn wasn’t convinced and warned the team this decision could cost them the win
‘It’s either genius or a $250,000 mistake, that’s it,’ the expert said.
Meanwhile the contestants were asked to renovate an enormous warehouse, with each team working on a minimum of five rooms, in just seven days.
The final marks from this renovation will determine the winners of House Rules 2019.
Will they win? The boys are hoping to make some cosmetics adjustments to the crane and make it look sophisticated