If you didn't see the ep, the pic doesn't show the ugly side of the room. The million ugly mismatched pillows on the bed , and no headboard, were bad . Then he painted all of her wood furniture black.
If I could change one thing about the show, it would be to provide Frank with shirts constructed from the latest hi-tech air-wicking fabric Nike makes for endurance athletes. I've never seen anyone (except former D.C. mayor Marion Barry) sweat so much.
I didn't like this room either, btw.
Highlight of the show must have been Paige doing her ballerina stunts on the airboat.
I liked the entertainment unit and the night tables.
The drapes were just cheap ass and looked awful imo.
Never, ever, ever, ever, paint red over pale walls without first using a tinited primer.
If the room is so big that you don't have time to paint it three times then don't paint it red.
I hated the fabric he used for the bed cover too.
I just looked at the room and wanted to throw up, I did not even need to see the show. I got my fix from BBC-America's "Changing Rooms." "Trading Spaces" pales by comparison.
I;ve always preferred Changing Rooms, I think most people who post in this forum have said the same.
I know I'll get roasted for saying this, but Ty is really getting on my nerves lately.
He;s always trying to build his part.
Just do the freakin' carpentry and stop ntrying to be the star if the show.
I think if I were the HO I would have cried and gotten very, very drunk.
"There's no crying in baseball!"
-- Tom Hanks, A League of Their Own
Me too Ellen.
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I rarely, if ever like Frank's designs.
The fact that I know that in a couple of months the pale original colour will start to show through the paint because he didn't prime even annoys me