Returning: House Rules

House Rules will return on the same night as the My Kitchen Rules grand final on Sunday April 28.

That’s no doubt due to the federal election debate happening the following night.

Our homes are changing and so is House Rules. We’re not going to just renovate; we’re going to innovate. And it’s not just houses, it’s apartments and even a warehouse!

The future is here on House Rules! In 2019, renovation meets innovation aspirational reveals which will inspire educate like never before. 

Guided by just five house rules, each team will be given a designated zone in the house. They must draw on all their creative talents, determination and strategy to produce breathtaking reveals using the latest technology to reflect the changing faces of Australian homes. The houses must impress not only the home owners, but the esteemed judges as well.

This year will see the most sensational reveals ever, with plenty of surprises along the way.

The revered judging panel is made up of award-winning designer and author Jamie Durie, international design guru Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, and one of Australia’s foremost style and design experts, Wendy Moore. Designer extraordinaire Carolyn Burns-McCrave will again mentor and help the teams decipher the house rules to create the best results ever seen in House Rules history.

Now in its seventh year, House Rules has cemented its place as Australia’s favourite renovation show with a long line of incredible winning teams whose lives have changed forever.

Host Johanna Griggs will kick off series seven in a neglected warehouse, which will become the cornerstone of this season. Not only will it become the new Homebase, but also the site of the teams’ first challenge.

It will show the judges what the teams are made of before they travel around the country transforming each other’s homes.

7pm Sunday April 28 on Seven.

14 Comments:

  1. Much preferred the earlier series which concentrated on making a home for the contestants rather than creating fake conflict and adding pointless challenges, plus the judging was kept to the last half of the final show of the week, not spread out over two nights.

  2. thedirtydigger

    Apart from the numerous grammatical errors and sheer bad writing, I am gobsmacked at the level of BS contained in this news release.
    While neither a fan of either show, I reckon The Block would be far and away the more popular renovation show based on Oztam ratings.
    Do these kids in Seven publicity writing this tosh expect this kind of bald faced lie won’t be picked up …and as for the ” revered ” judges … don’t start me.

  3. Actually, I believe it’s the other way around. House Rules premiere first, then the MKR grand final sometime after 8:00 like in 2017. It really annoys loyal MKR fans like me that they are treating the 10th anniversary season’s grand final this way. It was shocking when they did it in 2017, I don’t know how they think it will be any different this year.

  4. “Now in its seventh year, House Rules has cemented its place as Australia’s favourite renovation show with a long line of incredible winning teams whose lives have changed forever.” Hang on, haven’t they heard of a show called The Block, which for years has maintained it’s position at the top.

  5. “Now in its seventh year, House Rules has cemented its place as Australia’s favourite renovation show“
    I think that The Block is Australia’s favourite renovation show. House Rules is just the pretender.

    • The reno’s on House Rules are for more achievable and realistically affordable compared to the high end reno’s on The Block, though I enjoy both.

      • Not any more Gaz. They are now gutting houses completely. How is that either realistically affordable or achievable? In the first season the contestants did quite a bit of work. Now they seem to do some demo, and paint at the end.

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