Here's how Bendigo homes are being transformed for the grand final

UPDATE, FRIDAY 9am: Bendigo Advertiser online readers have proudly showed off how they have transformed their houses ahead of tomorrow’s grand final.

Tigers fans were the most enthusiastic, but a few passionate Crows supporters showed off how they transformed their workplaces.

EARLIER: Tigers fans are decking out their front yards as their beloved team prepares for their first grand final since 1982.

In Buckley Street, North Bendigo the Roberts commandeered weed mat from the shed for a banner spanning the length of the hedge out the front.

Meanwhile in Kennewell Street, White Hills, Jemma Norton and her dad Aaron decorated the front of their home together.

“I got a bit scared because people, probably Richmond supporters, kept honking their horns as they drove past,” she said.

Jemma said a premiership would be a dream come true.

Mr Norton agreed, saying he almost felt like it would tick all the boxes.

“I’ve got a wife, kids and a nice house. I played in a premiership a few years ago for Mitiamo, so that was another tick,” he said.

“A premiership might be totally out of my control but if Richmond wins that would be all my boxes ticked.”

Are you decking out your house in Crows or Tigers colours? We’d love to see your photos. Send them to tom.ocallaghan@bendigoadvertiser.com.au