Family’s TV reveal | Photos MAKEOVER: The Johns’ family’s new look guest bedroom, renovated by contestants on TV show Reno Rumble. Pictures: DARREN HOWE
REVAMPED: Tara Johns’ renovated bedroom.
FAMILY: Tara, Sue and Paul Johns.
TweetFacebookReno Rumble, with two of therooms made over in an episode that aired on Monday night.
Mr and Mrs Johns’ other daughter Becckywas a dedicated fan of home makeover television shows and it was her dream to have the family home overhauled on such a program.
Last year the 23-year-old had a chance meeting withThe Blockwinners Dean and Shay Paine, who nominated the family to receive a home makeover onReno Rumble.
But at the time of their meeting Beccky was undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and the disease claimed her life before she saw her dream become reality.
In Monday night’s episode aroom that was once the lounge room was transformed into a guest bedroom and Ms Johns’ bedroom was revamped.
Dark wood panelling was replaced withpaintwork ofwhite, grey and blue, and the contestants decorated the rooms withfurnishings in similar soft shades.
Ms Johns said her sister would have been pleased with the new look of the rooms.
“She’d love the colours…she was always bright and colourful, but in regards to her styling, all of the furniture she had in her apartment in Melbourne and everything, it was all grey and white,” Ms Johns said.
The remaining rooms will be revealed in theReno Rumblefinal, airing Tuesday, April 26, at 9pm on WIN.
The Johns family will also hold an open inspection day of theirhome on Saturday, May 7 from 10am to 2pm at 2 Tomlins Street, Bendigo.
Entry will be by gold coin donation, with proceeds going to a trust established in Beccky’s honour to fund research into non-carcinogenic anti-rejection drugs for transplant patients.
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