Some Fans Are Over One Of Christina Hall's Kitchen Design Trends

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Christina Hall has been an influential mainstay in the world of home renovation shows. As host of many HGTV programs, including "Flip or Flop," Christina on the Coast," and the upcoming show "Christina in the Country" — as per IMDb — she has used her prowess as a real estate agent and knowledge of home design to help get the most out of their real estate investments. With helpful tips on remodeling your kitchen on a budget and who to go to for the most organized kitchen pantry, fans have surely listened whenever she's given advice over the years. In her 10 seasons hosting "Flip or Flop," she was able to take on challenging renovations from disastrous derelicts to properties purchased at auction without even setting eyes on them. From there, she and her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa worked together to make masterpieces from dwellings that most people would pass on.

If her credentials as a successful television personality aren't enough to sway the skeptical viewer, she is also the author of the book "The Wellness Remodel," and an entrepreneur with her own furniture line called "Christina @ Home." Hall definitely has her style. With a focus on well-being and calming vibes, she can lean towards safe pale tones and bright shades when adding levity to a room. However, you can't please everyone. And fans have been quick to react to a specific design in Hall's repertoire that they don't want to see again.

The kitchen design dividing Christina Hall's fans

Christina Hall has had her fair share of ups and downs. From relationship rollercoasters which saw her separating from her HGTV co-star and husband Tarek El Moussa in 2016 to starting a new romance with Ant Anstead in 2017, to see it end in divorce in 2018, according to Insider. However, 2022 is looking up as she is in a new marriage with Josh Hall and will soon bring a brand new show called "Christina in the Country" to HGTV audiences. The show will follow the two and their family as they take on a Tennessee farmhouse.

Although fans are excited about her new ventures and more episodes of "Christina on the Coast," when she shared the news of her return to home design via a post on her Instagram, a few fans hoped she would leave a particular trend in the dust. After posting a few pictures of gorgeous kitchen remodels she's done on past shows, she asked fans about what particular styles they would like to see in upcoming episodes. Most comments gushed over her clean designs, yet many wanted her to stay away from the simple white and grey pallet, which they deemed were getting tiresome. It seems fans want Hall to step out of her comfort zone of pale-colored backsplashes and whitewashed marbled countertops and see if she can show her more colorful side on projects in the future.