Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen criticizes Stacey Solomon’s home for renovations, saying, ‘Move on!’


Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen criticizes Stacey Solomon’s home for renovations, saying, ‘Move on!’

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, star of Changing Rooms, was blunt in his criticism of Stacey Solomon’s Pickle Cottage color palette.

Stacey Solomon of Tap to Tidy has come under fire from Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen of Changing Rooms, who has confessed that he is not a fan of the hues of grey the mother-of-four has used to decorate Pickle Cottage. While it comes to decorating advise, the flamboyant designer, 56, didn’t hold back, advising home DIYers to avoid “Stacey Solomon grey” when renovating their homes.

Get rid of the b****y grey!

Lleweyn-Bowen, Laurence

The interior designer confessed that he had one significant issue with the Loose Women star’s pervasive color scheme in her Essex-based house when asked about it.

“Move on from the b****y grey!” Laurence exclaimed.

He went on to give some decorating advise, telling The Mirror at the Together For Short Lives Ball last night, “Bring your personality out, not just Stacey Solomon grey!”

The interior designer and his wife Jackie walked the red carpet together.

Flame-haired In March, Stacey and her fiance Joe Swash moved their family into their ideal home.

Stacey has been documenting her Pickle Cottage makeover and DIY activities on social media since then.

The actress is noted for her use of muted tones and grey hues in her home.

After the revival of Changing Rooms, interior designer Laurence talked out about the “phenomenal pressure” that comes with hosting the show.

Laurence is the lone original cast member of the Channel 4 show, which has been resurrected with a slew of new cast members.

The crew is completed by new host Anna Richardson, designers Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead, and carpenter and joiner Tibby Singh.

When questioned about returning to the program after such a long absence, Laurence replied, “The interesting thing was, because it’s actually been going on for a while, I’ve been pretty involved in the build up of it.”

“‘Well, you have to understand that this is going to happen and that is going to happen, you need to have a free area to store paint, you’ve got to do this, you’ve got to do that,’ I recall saying in meetings when pre-production started about a year ago.

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