Spectators of George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces were “blown away” after a couple cleverly designed the property so that the bathroom seemed to disappear.
In last night’s episode of Channel 4, Guy and Tracey from North Wales shared how they turned an old Victorian bakery into a tiny house – with a kitchen, a sofa bed and even a dining table folded from behind. photo mounted on the wall.
However, viewers were even more astonished when the couple showed how they were pulling on a handle in the kitchen to reveal a secret and hidden bathroom – with a toilet, sink and shower.
“I really enjoyed the #amazingspaces tonight, the kitchen / bathroom arrangement was breathtaking. Very, very intelligent! enthused one, while a second wrote: “Fantastic episode to start #amazingspaces tonight. Watch out for the breath of genius in the retractable bathroom! I also loved the simply awesome fire-breathing dragon.
Guy and Tracey transformed a former Victorian bakery into a small house – with a missing bathroom – in last night’s episode of Channel 4’s Amazing Spaces. In the photo, the kitchen unfolds to reveal the bathroom
The hidden bathroom includes everything, a toilet, a sink and a shower. In the photo, behind the kitchen wall
Speaking to Twitter, an impressed spectator wrote, “I really enjoyed the #amazingspaces tonight, this kitchen / bathroom arrangement was breathtaking. Very, very intelligent!
A third added: ‘WOW! This little cottage was THE best incredible space. What an incredible engineering spirit this guy has.
And when George Clarke went to visit the property after the transformation was complete, he rang the doorbell and was amazed to be greeted by a dragon who breathed real fire.
‘Genius! He’s an absolute genius! exclaimed the shocked presenter and architect.
And as he walked around the old bakery, he continued, “I was fortunate to see some incredibly brilliant things on Amazing Spaces. It would be in my top five. It would even be in my top three. “
George Clarke told the couple (pictured together) that the transformation of the old bakery was in his top three properties he had ever seen
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