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George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces viewers stunned at ‘genius’ disappearing bathroom

Viewers had their minds blown (Picture: Channel 4)

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces viewers were left mesmerised at one genius transformation, which saw a bathroom seem to completely disappear.

One particularly ambitious couple, Guy and Tracey, transformed an old bakehouse, with a 100-year old bread oven into a tiny house, complete with a kitchen, sofa bed, and even a dining table that cleverly folded out of the wall.

The best part, however, was when they pulled on a handle in the kitchen to reveal a bathroom, complete with a toilet, sink, and shower, with even the kitchen cupboard flipping round to suit the bathroom aesthetic.

And that’s not even to mention the dragon on the front of the house, that had a real flame come out of its mouth when you rang the doorbell.

Safe to say, viewers were absolutely stunned.

‘Still trying to work out how the Bathroom works on #amazingspaces mind blown!’ one wrote, while another added: ‘That hidden bathroom was the best thing I’ve seen on this s..

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George Clarke's Amazing SpacesViewers had their minds blown (Picture: Channel 4)

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces viewers were left mesmerised at one genius transformation, which saw a bathroom seem to completely disappear.

One particularly ambitious couple, Guy and Tracey, transformed an old bakehouse, with a 100-year old bread oven into a tiny house, complete with a kitchen, sofa bed, and even a dining table that cleverly folded out of the wall.

The best part, however, was when they pulled on a handle in the kitchen to reveal a bathroom, complete with a toilet, sink, and shower, with even the kitchen cupboard flipping round to suit the bathroom aesthetic.


And that’s not even to mention the dragon on the front of the house, that had a real flame come out of its mouth when you rang the doorbell.

Safe to say, viewers were absolutely stunned.

‘Still trying to work out how the Bathroom works on #amazingspaces mind blown!’ one wrote, while another added: ‘That hidden bathroom was the best thing I’ve seen on this show. Genius!!’

George Clarke's Amazing SpacesThe bathroom was pulled out from the wall (Picture: Channel 4)

George Clarke's Amazing SpacesGeorge was impressed in a big way (Picture: Channel 4)

Another said: ‘Unbelievable piece of work in that kitchen/ bathroom,’ while one more pointed out: ‘That disappearing bathroom was incredible. Still can’t get my head around how they managed to fit in the bog.’

Even architect George, who’s seen no short supply of, well, amazing spaces in his time, couldn’t believe it, telling them: ‘I’ve been lucky enough to see some staggeringly brilliant things on Amazing Spaces.

#amazingspaces WOW! That tiny cottage was THE best amazing space. What an incredible engineering mind that guy has 👏👏👏

— 🏉Annette🐕 (@anitawils151) June 17, 2020

@thedragontower really enjoys tonights #amazingspaces , that kitchen / bathroom arrangement was mind blowing. Very, very clever!

— Thomas McManus (@ThomasDMcManus) June 17, 2020

The bakehouse transformation on @GCAmazingSpaces was absolutely ingenious – that kitchen / bathroom combo was insane!! Oh, and not to mention the fire breathing dragon 🐉 🔥 #AmazingSpaces pic.twitter.com/pjlAukXOj2

— Simon Gabbitas (@SimonGabbitas) June 17, 2020

Still trying to work out how the Bathroom works on #amazingspaces mind blown! pic.twitter.com/IvYeADvDpr

— Natalie Ford (@NatalieFord3) June 17, 2020

What a brilliant first show of #amazingspaces. Guy & Tracy did incredible with the cottage. Who would of thought there was beautiful home in the 3 concrete boxes in Chile. Looking forward to George & Will’s new project. The Robin was nifty too. Great opener 👍

— joyce Jordan (@joyceJo49834475) June 17, 2020

‘This would be in my top five. It would even be in my top three.’

High praise from the man himself!

As the new series of Amazing Spaces kicks off, George came to our rescue in lockdown, as he gave us some top tips for creating a magical space in our own homes.

GCAS Series 9, Episode one on Wednesday, C4 9m… It’s all in the details! pic.twitter.com/1HoSJXnCAp

— Amazing Spaces (@GCAmazingSpaces) June 15, 2020

George made it clear that a den can be built using objects around the house and bits of materials gathering dust in the garden shed or garage.

‘You’ve got to be inventive and use as much stuff as you’ve got in your home. That’s the point of this,’ he said.

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‘What can you use? Go to your garage, go to the shed, or the airing cupboard and see what sheets or duvets can you use to hang over the structure.’

Take this down guys, you’re learning from the master here.

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces airs Wednesdays at 9pm on Channel 4.

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