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Our Toys TV Debut!

Amy Simons In The Press Love It Or List It Australia News

Hello and welcome to another blog!

While the Christmas craziness has well and truly begun, I thought I'd take a little time out from all the mayhem and I don't mean to brag, but we're kind of a big deal... ;)

Did you watch the first series of Love It Or List It Australia that aired on Foxtel recently? If you did then you would have seen some of our favourite toys flash up on the big screen!

We were so excited to see our happy little Hobbs pop up in the Canterbury home in Episode 3! But nothing beats, the Rozelle home in Episode 10 - The Final - where our beloved Ingrid, Robur, Harper, Teddy, Filip, Delilah, Lincoln and Lewis ALL made an appearance in little Max's room! And what an incredible transformation it was!

I must admit, it was a little surreal watching them appear on the screen...yeh, I know I'm a dork!

Love It Or List It Aus | Happy Go Ducky

 

Love It Or List It Au | Rozelle | Happy Go Ducky

We're so chuffed that we had the opportunity to have these beautiful toys included in such an amazing transformation and to have been given the chance to have them be on the show in the first place.

We're super excited that they have announced a second series...a) because I love the show and b) because you never know what goodies might make an appearance next!

If you missed the series, make sure you check it out on The Lifestyle Channel on Foxtel or have a look at the before and after videos from Episode 3 and Episode 10 here:

Before and After - Canterbury

Before and After - Rozelle

We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

A special mention also has to go to the very lovely Amy from @amymorrisonstyling for making it all happen. Make sure you check her out on Instagram for some amazing interior inspo!

Well that's enough excitement for this old nanna! Thank you for stopping by.

Make sure you let us know what you thought of the show in the comments.

Amy x



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