Fans of changing rooms think they’ve broken the mystery behind the choice of changing new designers – and it all comes down to their fashion sense.
Russell Whitehead and Jordan Chloro are the new power duo in charge of one of the show’s home makeovers, the clean taste of their home decor gives a chic new look to competitor’s homes.
However, since Wednesday’s latest episode, fans have begun to understand the pattern with their design choices.
Helping self-made ‘Kate Lady’ Amanda and daughter Rachel in Leeds, the couple took a gray-gray living room and gave it a whole new atmosphere.
Inspired by the Scandinavian style design, the room was transformed into a collection of neutral tones with baby pink pop running through the room.
Using block colors on the walls, the entire window of the room was covered with a bright white curtain, the furniture was rearranged to make everything more comfortable for Amanda and her beloved pet.
Russell and Jordan said they were inspired by Kim and hoped to turn the house into a “gray palace with a hint of Kardashian glam”.
But their choice of attire has piqued the interest of viewers, who believe they are deliberately choosing their coordinated outfits to match their color palette each week.
Apparently they did the same a week ago, the stripes were a moving topic between their organizations and their transformation.
One fan wrote on Twitter, “#changingrooms @ Channel4 Dress matches the perfect camouflage of room color.”
“Guess they’re going to use gray – their clothes say it all, #changing room.” One second added.
“It took me 3 weeks, but I finally worked on it,” said a third. Russell and Jordan wear the colors they are going to paint on the walls;
The latest version of the BBC favorite was relaunched on Channel 4 in early August – complete with a new lineup and presenter.
Lawrence Llewellyn Bowen is the only star left in the show, with Anna Richardson taking over as host.
Changing Rooms airs on Channel 4 on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.