Grand Designs host Kevin McCloud reveals the biggest change in home renovations over the past 20 years

Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud said that the gray had replaced the brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, but he predicted that the 1970s could return.

A paint color often associated with the 1970s might be coming back, predicts Big Design presenter Kevin McCloud.

While Gray had replaced Brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, McCloud said that yellow was ripe for a renaissance.

Prior to his tour of Australia, he conjured up a smile at seven-thirty by host Leigh Sales when he said that "the insatiable appetite for folding doors" was the biggest change he had noticed during his television career.

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Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud said that the gray had replaced the brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, but he predicted that the 1970s could return.

Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud said that the gray had replaced the brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, but he predicted that the 1970s could return.

While Gray had replaced Brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, McCloud said that yellow was already ready for a rebirth.

While Gray had replaced Brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, McCloud said that yellow was already ready for a rebirth.

While Gray had replaced Brown since he became the host of the popular BBC series in Britain almost 20 years ago, McCloud said that yellow was already ready for a rebirth.

He also predicted that the change to a neutral tone could soon be replaced by a color more commonly used during the 1970s, at the time when brown was also popular.

"Someone told me the other day:" What major changes have you made in the last 20 years? "So I think the movement from brown to gray has been pretty big," he told ABC on Tuesday.

You know, we used to put brown windows in buildings; now they are all gray.

& # 39; Then it will be yellow & # 39;

The 59-year-old television presenter also observed a disturbing trend as the houses became even larger.

Before his tour of Australia, he conjured up a smile at seven-thirty by host Leigh Sales when he said that "the insatiable appetite for folding doors" was the biggest change he had noticed.

Before his tour of Australia, he conjured up a smile at seven-thirty by host Leigh Sales when he said that "the insatiable appetite for folding doors" was the biggest change he had noticed.

Before his tour of Australia, he conjured up a smile at seven-thirty by host Leigh Sales when he said that "the insatiable appetite for folding doors" was the biggest change he had noticed.

  The 59-year-old television presenter also observed a disturbing trend, as the houses became even larger, signaling the need for more and more bathrooms

  The 59-year-old television presenter also observed a disturbing trend, as the houses became even larger, signaling the need for more and more bathrooms

The 59-year-old television presenter also observed a disturbing trend, as the houses became even larger, signaling the need for more and more bathrooms

"People are installing more toilets in their homes than real physical inhabitants of the building," he said.

I mean, I do not understand that. How can four people need five bathrooms?

& # 39; The house where I grew up had a bathroom for the whole family. That seemed to be enough. People queued outside if they needed it.

He joked that a house in 10 years would be "just bathrooms and nothing else."

McCloud is touring Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth in October.

McCloud said that since he started hosting Grand Designs almost 20 years ago, a neutral paint color and more bathrooms had become more common.

McCloud said that since he started hosting Grand Designs almost 20 years ago, a neutral paint color and more bathrooms had become more common.

McCloud said that since he started hosting Grand Designs almost 20 years ago, a neutral paint color and more bathrooms had become more common.

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