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FIRST LOOK: Jamie Durie joins House Rules

Our homes are changing, and so is House Rules.

The big news for 2019 is that celebrity designer and gardener Jamie Durie has joined House Rules and we’ve been given a sneak peek on what to expect.

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WATCH: Jamie Durie joins House Rules

Australia first fell in love with do-it-yourself designer Jamie Durie two decades ago. Now, Jamie’s back in Australia and ready to make Channel 7’s House Rules his home.

‘I couldn’t be more excited to be back at Channel 7. We built some great memories together. I’m looking forward to getting my teeth into all things design on one of Australia’s favourite design shows; House Rules’, he says.

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Judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen (Credit: House Rules)

House Rules host Johanna Griggs, will head up the team that sees Jamie joining the judging panel featuring British-born international design style star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and one of Australia’s foremost experts on style and design fellow judge Wendy Moore.

And this season, there will be some changes.

‘We’re not just going to renovate, we’re going to innovate,’ says Lawrence.

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Judge Wendy Moore (Credit: House Rules)

‘And it’s not just houses,’ says Wendy Moore. ‘It’s terraces, apartments, even a warehouse.’

Durie is an inspired choice to join the judging panel. Having hosted 52 primetime design shows worldwide, authored 12 best-selling books, spent his career passionately committed to the environment and launched his own design business; Durie Design. Jamie’s evolved into a multi-disciplinary designer, specialising in the areas of architecture, interior design, landscaping, and Jamie’s greatest passion – furniture design. He’s on a mission to bring the outdoors indoors and reconnect people with their homes.

And he couldn’t be more excited to get started on House Rules.

‘Australia, our homes are changing,’ says Jamie. ‘The future is here, on House Rules.’

House Rules returns for its seventh season in 2019 on Seven.

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