Fools Kyle and Leslie were criticized for a small detail during their living room reveal.
One fan called the couple’s design “cheap and cheesy” because the white curtains didn’t completely cover the black door frame.
The salon reveal on Sunday came after Kyle, 36, and Leslie, 34, destroyed a wall after judges criticized the space as being too small.
But the makeover didn’t impress some fans in a Facebook group, as it appears the Western Australian couple failed to consider the impact of a ceiling partition.
This feature meant that the curtains, hanging from the edge of the ceiling, could not form a perfect, uninterrupted line, leaving a black door frame exposed.
Fools Kyle and Leslie – pictured – were slammed online over their redone living room
One fan called the couple’s design “cheap and cheesy” because the white curtains didn’t completely cover the black door frame (pictured).
Fans were not impressed as it appears the Western Australian couple failed to consider the impact of a partition. This feature meant that the curtains, which hang from the edge of the ceiling, could not form a perfect, uninterrupted line exposing the door frame (pictured).
“The fact that the curtains can’t close completely over the door frame seems cheap and tacky. It’s such a shame,” while another added: “You’re right. It shouldn’t look like this. The door frame should not be visible.
“I agree, it would bother me. I should do something,” said another.
However, one fan came up with a solution to Kyle and Leslie’s problem.
“Lower the curtain track to fit under the partition – simple solution – cheap and effective and would look great,” the fan suggested.
Another viewer suggested simply painting the exposed black door frame white.
This comes after The Block contestants Kristy and Brett made extraordinary accusations against other teams on the show.
The fact that the curtains can’t close completely over the door frame looks cheap and cheesy, one fan said of the couple’s design.
On Wednesday morning, the two appeared on KIIS 101.1’s Jase & Lauren, where they claimed they were the only ones who didn’t cheat to get ahead throughout the show.
“We were definitely playing fair,” Kristy told hosts Jase Hawkins and Lauren Phillips.
“I think the only houses that haven’t tried – well, other than trying to get the Mustang across the finish line – we’re the only team that hasn’t cheated.”
Kristy and Brett also claimed that all the teams broke the rules, with Steph and Gian asking Steph’s father to work for them.
Leslie and Kyle from Western Australia renovate house 1