House Rules (Australian TV series)

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For the 1988 Australian drama series, see House Rules (1988 TV series).
House Rules
Genre Reality show
Presented by Johanna Griggs
Judges Joe Snell
Wendy Moore
Theme music composer Ryan Tedder and Brent Kutzle (Series 1)
Opening theme Life in Color by One Republic (Series 1)
Change Your Life by Little Mix (Series 2)
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of series 2
No. of episodes 65
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Seven Network
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original run 14 May 2013 – present
Chronology
Related shows My Kitchen Rules
External links
Website

House Rules is an Australian competitive renovation game show which premiered on the Seven Network on 14 May 2013.

The series is produced by the team who created the Seven reality show My Kitchen Rules and is hosted by Johanna Griggs.

Series details[edit]

Series Premiere date Finale date Winners Runners-up Other competing teams
(alphabetical order)
Host Judges Experts
1 14 May 2013 1 July 2013 Carly Schulz & Leighton Brow (SA) Michelle & Steve Ball (NSW) Amy Garrett & Sean Cornish (QLD)
Jane Polley & Plinio Taurian (TAS)
Jemma Blenkinsop & Ben Van Ryt (WA)
Nick & Chris Stavropoulos (VIC)
Johanna Griggs Joe Snell
Wendy Moore
Jim Fogarty (Guest judge, series 1)
Chester Drife
Carolyn Burns-McCrave
2 30 April 2014 6 July 2014 Adam Dovile & Lisa Lamond (VIC) Carole & Russell Bramston (WA) Michael 'Bomber' Bamford & Mel Chatfield (SA)
Brooke Strong & Grant Lovekin (TAS)
Candy Stuart & Ryan Pusic (NSW)
Maddi Carter & Lloyd Wright (QLD)
3

Format[edit]

Teams (mostly couples) from different states must complete rounds of renovations in homes and gardens in a competition to win the prize of a full mortgage payment. All homes that belong to the contestants are transformed through the show.

Interior renovation round[edit]

  • Every team must completely renovate their zone in the homes of fellow teams around Australia. There are six renovations in total however teams will only complete five of them as they do not watch or assist with the renovation of their own home. For each renovation, teams are given a strict timeframe of only 7 days.
  • Each house is divided into five zones, based on rooms and house setting. Each team focuses on a zone each. Some houses may include an external zone, while others may have a multi-storey layout.
  • Teams who win the previous renovation are able to choose their zone at the next renovation. Teams who score the lowest in the previous round, must camp out in a tent throughout the renovation. In the case where the next house to be renovated belongs to the previous winner or loser, there are some variations made to this rule.
  • Teams are permitted to contact professional contractors and tradesmen for additional renovation needs, in addition to consulting the House Rules experts.
  • Teams must keep to a set budget. This includes payments for construction tradesmen, materials and furnishings.
  • A set of five 'House Rules' is set by the owners, which the teams can choose to follow, break or manipulate. These generally outline the styles, colours or specific detail the owners wish to have in their home
  • All teams are scored out of 10 by judges and the home-owners at the end of each week. This totals a highest possible week score of 30.
  • The team with the lowest overall combined score would be eliminated.

Judges[edit]

At the end of each renovation, the judges review every zone in the house and score each team out of 10 for their efforts. From series 2, judges verdicts were delivered face to face in front of the contestants.

The judges are:

  • Wendy Moore (Editor of 'Home Beautiful' magazine)
  • Joe Snell (Architect)

Experts[edit]

The role of the experts is to assist and guide the contestants throughout each renovation. They need to make sure the house construction and design flows and also settle any disputes between teams.

The current experts are:

  • Carolyn Burns-McCrave (Interior Designer)
  • Chester Drife (Build Supervisor)

Viewership[edit]

Series Episodes Premiere Finale Average viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere
Ratings
(in millions)
Rank Date Live
Show
Ratings
(in millions)
Rank Live
Decider
Ratings
(in millions)
Rank
One 28 14 May 2013 0.803 #11 2 July 2013 1.530 #2 1.837 #1 N/A
Two 37 30 April 2014 1.183 #2 6 July 2014 1.730 #2 1.988 #1 1.248

Series 1 (2013)[edit]

Interior renovation round summary[edit]

For the interior renovation round, all 6 teams had their homes transformed by each other through a rotation round format over a course of 6 weeks. At the end, all scores were tallied up and the team with lowest overall total was eliminated from the competition.

     – Highest score for the round
     – Lowest score for the round
Episode: 1 to 4 5 to 8 9 to 12 13 to 16 17 to 20 21 to 24 Round Total
(out of 150)
Ranking
Renovation: WA
Jemma & Ben
TAS
Jane & Plinio
VIC
Nick & Chris
SA
Carly & Leighton
QLD
Amy & Sean
NSW
Michelle & Steve
Team Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total
WA Jemma & Ben Homeowner 6 4 5 15 8 10 10 28 7 8 8 23 6 9 9 24 3 7 6 16 106 points 2nd place - Through to finals
Jarra's Bedroom, Toilet & Laundry Lounge & Entrance Hall Kitchen, Meals, Hall & Linen Master Bedroom & Ensuite Master Bedroom, Hall, Entry & Stairs
TAS Jane & Plinio 6 7 6 19 Homeowner 7 7 6 20 4 6 6 16 7 6 6 19 5 5 5 15 89 points 6th place - Eliminated
Bathroom & Laundry Chris' Bedroom & Ensuite Master Bedroom, Laundry & Study Living, Laundry & Exercise Area Kitchen & Dining Room
VIC Nick & Chris 7 6 7 20 5 7 8 20 Homeowner 7 5 5 17 6 4 5 15 4 7 7 18 90 points 5th place - Through to finals
Kitchen & Dining Room Lounge, Dining & Entry Bathroom & Family Room Entry, Spare Bedroom & Porch Alex's Bedroom & Bathroom
SA Carly & Leighton 8 8 9 25 7 6 6 19 5 4 5 14 Homeowner 5 8 8 21 10 9 9 28 107 points 1st place - Through to finals
Master Bedroom & Ensuite Kitchen & Family Room Nick's Bedroom, Centre Hall & Den Study, Bathroom & Hall Lounge Room & Deck
QLD Amy & Sean 3 3 4 10 8 7 6 21 6 9 10 25 5 7 8 20 Homeowner 7 7 8 22 98 points 3rd place - Through to finals
Hallway & Beauty Room Nina's Bedroom & Bathroom Kitchen, Family & Meals Ensuite & Walk-in-robe Jesse's Bedroom, Porch & Toilet
NSW Michelle & Steve 5 6 6 17 5 7 7 19 4 7 5 16 6 5 6 17 8 10 10 28 Homeowner 97 points' 4th place - Through to finals
Lounge & Spare Bedroom Master Bedroom, Study & Hallway Bathroom & Laundry Guest Room & Entry Kitchen, Meals & Deck

Finals round[edit]

During finals week teams will compete in a set of finals challenges. After each round the lowest scoring team/s is eliminated and in the end the champions will be crowned.

Challenge descriptions

  • 24 hour fix-up - Each team returned to their own home and had to re-invent one of the zones in 24 hours. Teams must stick to a budget of $5000 and must stay together at all times.
  • Exteriors semifinal - The remaining four teams have a tough challenge to completely revamp the exteriors and gardens of each of the four remaining houses. Two teams are allocated to a home that is not their own, and must transform either the front or back yards in two and half days. The semifinals were split into two rounds, with the first round held in Adelaide and Sydney, while round two in Melbourne and Perth.
  • Live Grand Final - Australia's Vote - The Australian public voted on the phone and online for the most deserving team of the grand prize of a full mortgage payment. Teams also renovated a spare room from the opposite team's home. This renovation however was not the result of the final scores, as the public voted on the teams' work across the entire competition.
     – Highest score for the round
     – Lowest score for the round
Episode: Episode 25 Episode 26 Episode 27 Semifinal Total
(out of 40)
Episode 28
Challenge: 24 hour fix-up Exteriors Semifinal - Round 1
Adelaide & Sydney
Exteriors Semifinal - Round 2
Melbourne & Perth
Grand Final
Team Joe Wendy Total Jim1 Wendy Total (Rd 1) Jim1 Wendy Total (Rd 2) Voting Results
SA Carly & Leighton 9 9 18 6 7 13 9 9 18 31 Winners
Master Bedroom, Laundry & Study Michelle & Steve's Sydney Back Yard Jemma & Ben's Perth Front Yard Entertainment Area
NSW Michelle & Steve 8 7 15 7 8 15 8 7 15 30 Runners-up
Kitchen & Dining Room Carly & Leighton's Adelaide Back Yard Nick & Chris' Melbourne Front Yard Garden Studio
VIC Nick & Chris 6 6 12 5 6 11 7 8 15 26 Eliminated
Nick's Bedroom, Centre Hall & Den Carly & Leighton's Adelaide Front Yard Jemma & Ben's Perth Back Yard
WA Jemma & Ben 7 8 15 7 7 14 6 5 11 25 Eliminated
Hallway & Beauty Room Michelle & Steve's Sydney Front Yard Nick & Chris' Melbourne Back Yard
QLD Amy & Sean 6 5 11 Eliminated
Entry, Spare Bedroom & Porch
Note:
  • ^1 - The exterior garden renovations were judged by landscape designer, Jim Fogarty along with Wendy Moore.

Series 2 (2014)[edit]

Series 2 of House Rules places six new teams renovating each others homes and further challenges for the ultimate prize of a full mortgage payment.

Phase 1 (Interior renovation round)[edit]

The interior renovation round followed similar rules to Series 1. New advantages such as being able to allocate zones for the other teams or receiving additional hints from the owners through an online chat or video, were awarded to the top scorers of the week. Also for the first time, judges scored and critiqued in front of the teams rather than receiving a recap of the comments from the host (Jo). The team with the lowest combined score is eliminated as the other teams progress to the next stage of the competition

     – Highest score for the round
     – Lowest score for the round
Episode: 1 to 4 5 to 8 9 to 12 13 to 16 17 to 20 21 to 24 Total Points
(out of 150)
Result
Renovation: NSW
Candy & Ryan
WA
Carole & Russell
VIC
Adam & Lisa
TAS1
Brooke & Grant
QLD
Maddi & Lloyd
SA
Bomber & Mel
Team Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total Owner Joe Wendy Total
NSW Candy & Ryan Homeowner 5 6 6 17 6 6 7 19 5 8 9 22 8 8 9 25 6 7 7 20 103 3rd
Safe
Master Bedroom & Deck/ L'dry & Hall Living Room & Study Kitchen, Hayden & Logan's B/r, & W.I.R Bathroom, Hall & Study Lounge, Laundry & Ethan's B/r
WA Carole & Russell 9 7 7 23 Homeowner 6 5 5 16 7 8 8 23 8 7 8 23 7 7 8 22 107 1st
Safe
Kitchen & Dining Area Dining, Bathroom & Deck Living, Toilet & Master Bedroom Living Room & Ensuite Abby's B/r, Hall, Bathroom & Linen
VIC Adam & Lisa 5 3 4 12 6 7 7 20 Homeowner 6 6 7 19 10 10 10 30 2 7 8 9 24 105 2nd
Safe
Study, Entry/Linen, Family Room Guest Bedroom & Bathroom Oliver & Patrick's B/r. & Laundry Kitchen & Guest Bedroom Entry, Master B/r, W.I.R & Ensuite
TAS Brooke & Grant 6 6 6 18 7 4 4 15 5 5 6 16 Homeowner 6 6 7 19 8 7 8 23 91 6th
Eliminated
Master Bedroom, Ensuite, W.I.R. Kitchen & Pantry Guest Bedroom & Laundry Master B/r, W.I.R, Linen & Deck 1 Family Room, Jordan's B/r & Toilet
QLD Maddi & Lloyd 6 4 5 15 8 8 8 24 7 7 8 22 5 8 8 21 Homeowner 6 6 7 19 101 4th
Safe
Living Room, Pantry, Laundry Ensuite & Walk-in-Robe Master Bedroom, Ensuite & W.I.R Entry, Mihayla's B/r, Dining & Shower Kitchen, Dining & Kaitlin's B/r
SA Bomber & Mel 7 5 5 17 6 6 7 19 8 7 8 23 7 7 6 20 6 6 6 18 Homeowner 97 5th
Safe
Main Bathroom, Guest Bedroom Living Room, Linen & Front Deck Entry & Kitchen Harrison & Riley's B/r. & Bathroom Entry, Dining, Laundry & Deck 2
Note:
  • ^1 - For the Tasmania home renovation, there were a few minor changes made to the usual competition format. Unlike other renovated homes, a majority of the existing internal layout remained the same, meaning teams did not need to mark out their zone spaces. This house was also given an extension to accommodate a family of 9. Zones and room spaces for the extension were also pre-decided.
  • ^2 - Adam and Lisa were awarded the first ever perfect score in the interior rounds for this renovation.
  • During the Tasmania and South Australia renovations, some teams were allocated a kids' bedroom in their zone, and were given additional hints to what the kids want in their rooms, on top of the main five house rules.

Phase 2 and 3[edit]

Teams competed in two challenges. To make it a level playing field, all scores from the previous round were wiped clean. After both challenges were complete, scores are combined and the lowest scoring team is eliminated.

  • Phase 2: Unit makeover — Teams were each required to renovate a unit apartment in four days. The homeowners of the units each filmed a video brief for the teams to follow, outlining the styles and theme they wish to have in their homes. Teams must stay together during this challenge, meaning team's partners could not leave without the other. At the end, the highest scoring team will gain an advantage at the next challenge.
  • Phase 3: 24 hour fix-up — For this challenge, teams headed back to their renovated homes and must fix or re-do one of the zones in 24 hours. With a $5000 budget, teams need to recreate the space/s to reflect their own style and also to impress the judges. Candy & Ryan, as an advantage for the highest score at the previous challenge, received an additional $1000 to their budget.


     – Highest score for the round
     – Lowest score for the round
Episode: 25 & 26 27 & 28 Round Total
(out of 40)
Result
Challenge: Unit makeover 24 hour fix-up
Team Joe Wendy Total Joe Wendy Total
NSW Candy & Ryan 9 10 19 7 8 15 34 1st
Through to finals
Monica's "Edgy, Eclectic" Study, Entry/Linen & Family Room
WA Carole & Russell 7 7 14 7 7 14 28 2nd
Through to finals
Jack & Alice's "Tropical Resort" Master Bedroom, Deck, Laundry & Hall
VIC Adam & Lisa 7 8 15 6 6 12 27 3rd
Through to finals
Eleanor & Michael's "Modern Plantation" Guest Bedroom & Laundry
QLD Maddi & Lloyd 6 6 12 8 7 15 27 3rd
Through to finals
Maria's "Modern, Rustic Italian" Master Bedroom, W.I.R, Linen & Deck 1
SA Bomber & Mel 4 4 8 5 5 10 18 5th
Eliminated
Sulman & Sila's "Nepalese Heritage" Kitchen, Dining & Kaitlin's Bedroom

Phase 4 and 5 (Finals)[edit]

  • Phase 4: Gardens and Exteriors — The top 4 teams are challenged to transform the exteriors and gardens of each other's homes. Two teams are allocated to a home (that do not belong to them) and must renovate either the front or back yards, as well as improving the house exterior. For each house, the owners also left an exclusive item that must be used in the zone. The semifinals are held over two rounds and after both rounds are complete, the lowest scoring team is eliminated.
  • Phase 5: Barnardos Charity House — The top 3 teams give this old charity house a new interior makeover. The house belongs to the Barnardos Australia charity and is used as a holiday home for foster families. Rules for this challenge are very similar to the first interior renovations, where each team must renovate an allocated zone. This was selected through a random card draw. The winning two teams advance to the Grand Final, as one more is eliminated.
    The house is divided into three zones. Each consists of a bedroom, living space, wet area and external area, as follows:-
    • Zone 1 - Dining, Main kids' bedroom, Laundry, Linen, Hall, Toilet and Deck
    • Zone 2 - Living room, Bathroom, Parent's bedroom and Ramp
    • Zone 3 - Entry, Kitchen, Games area, Bedroom, Porch and Stairs
  • Grand Final: Final Renovation and Australia's Vote — The final two teams completed one final challenge at their opponent's home, renovating a spare/secret room into a themed bar and spa area. The Australian public also voted for their favourite team to win. The winner was decided by a combination of the judges score, for the final project and overall viewer votes.
Episode: 29 & 30 31 & 32 Total
(out of 40)
33 to 36 37
Challenge: Exteriors
Round 1
Exteriors
Round 2
Barnardos Charity House Grand Final
Team Joe Wendy Total Joe Wendy Total Joe Wendy Total Joe Wendy Total Final Result1
VIC Adam & Lisa 8 9 17 6 7 13 30 9 9 18 8 9 17 Winners
Carole & Russell's Front Yard (WA) Maddi & Lloyd's Back Yard (QLD) Zone 1 WA Secret Room ('Balinese' style)
WA Carole & Russell 6 8 14 7 7 14 28 8 9 17 9 10 19 Runners-up
Candy & Ryan's Back Yard (NSW) Maddi & Lloyd's Front Yard (QLD) Zone 2 VIC Secret Room ('James Bond' style)
NSW Candy & Ryan 6 7 13 8 8 16 29 8 8 16 Eliminated
Carole & Russell's Back Yard (WA) Adam & Lisa's Front Yard (VIC) Zone 3
QLD Maddi & Lloyd 5 6 11 6 6 12 23 Eliminated
Candy & Ryan's Front Yard (NSW) Adam & Lisa's Back Yard (VIC)
Note:
  • ^1 - Final result combines both the judge's scores and the results from Australia's vote.

Ratings (2014)[edit]

Summary of nightly viewer ratings for the 5 city metros (Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth). 'Introduction' episodes introduce the renovation, rules or challenge to the teams and 'Reveal' episodes deliver the final scores and results for that renovation.

# Episode Air date Viewers
(in millions)
Nightly
rank
Wk. Source
1 NSW Renovation
(Candy & Ryan)
Introduction Wednesday, 30 April 1.183 #2 1 [1]
2 Renovation continues Thursday, 1 May 0.987 #8 [2]
3 Sunday, 4 May 1.093 #6 2 [3]
4 House reveal Monday, 5 May 1.085 #8 [4]
5 WA Renovation
(Carole & Russell)
Introduction Tuesday, 6 May 0.951 #8 [5]
6 Renovation continues Wednesday, 7 May 0.964 #8 [6]
7 Sunday, 11 May 1.058 #5 3 [7]
8 House reveal Monday, 12 May 1.292 #2 [8]
9 VIC Renovation
(Adam & Lisa)
Introduction Tuesday, 13 May 1.029 #6 [9]
10 Renovation continues Wednesday, 14 May 1.072 #5 [10]
11 Sunday, 18 May 1.276 #5 4 [11]
12 House reveal Monday, 19 May 1.487 #2 [12]
13 TAS Renovation
(Brooke & Grant)
Introduction Tuesday, 20 May 1.146 #6 [13]
14 Renovation continues Wednesday, 21 May 1.272 #2 [14]
15 Sunday, 25 May 1.264 #4 5 [15]
16 House reveal Monday, 26 May 1.658 #1 [16]
17 QLD Renovation
(Maddi & Lloyd)
Introduction Tuesday, 27 May 1.312 #1 [17]
18 Renovation continues Wednesday, 28 May (except NSW & QLD) 0.640 #16 [18]
Thursday, 29 May (NSW & QLD only) 0.498 #20 [19]
19 Sunday, 1 June 1.301 #4 6 [20]
20 House reveal Monday, 2 June 1.652 #1 [21]
21 SA Renovation
(Bomber & Mel)
Introduction Tuesday, 3 June 1.446 #1 [22]
22 Renovation continues Wednesday, 4 June 1.377 #1 [23]
23 Sunday, 8 June 1.170 #3 7 [24]
24 House reveal &
Elimination
Monday, 9 June 1.793 #1 [25]
25 Unit makeover Introduction Tuesday, 10 June 1.402 #1 [26]
26 Reveal Wednesday, 11 June 1.527 #1 [27]
27 24 hour fix-up Introduction Sunday, 15 June 1.407 #4 8 [28]
28 Reveal &
Elimination
Monday, 16 June 1.572 #1 [29]
29 Exteriors Round 1 Introduction Tuesday, 17 June 1.484 #1 [30]
30 Round 1 Reveal Sunday, 22 June 1.515 #2 9 [31]
31 Round 2 Introduction Monday, 23 June 1.473 #1 [32]
32 Round 2 Reveal
& Elimination
Tuesday, 24 June 1.630 #1 [33]
33 Barnardos Charity House Introduction Wednesday, 25 June 1.375 #1 [34]
34 Renovation continues Monday, 30 June 1.491 #1 10 [35]
35 Tuesday, 1 July 1.514 #1 [36]
36 Reveal &
Elimination
Wednesday, 2 July 1.518 #1 [37]
37 Grand Final Live episode Sunday, 6 July 1.730 #2 11 [38]
Winner announced 1.988 #1 [39]
Season Average - 1.248

Broadcasters[edit]

Country Network Current Broadcaster?
 New Zealand TV3 Yes (Series One finale on 25 August
Series Two airs two weeks behind Australian broadcast)
The New Zealand release has a different theme song (composed by OneRepublic frontman, Ryan Tedder) and tends to have all the popular music interludes cut, possibly making the show cheaper to buy and air).

See also[edit]

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