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Bang on Budget follows a different household undertaking projects in their property. The family will be shown inspirational versions of their rooms, all done on various budgets, and pick their favourite. It will then be up to Lucy and builder Andy to try and replicate whichever rooms they pick, but they will have to stick to the owners' budget. If they go over on one room will have to claw back cash in another to balance the books.Together they will use their creativity and building know-how to come up with smart solutions, from clever little life hacks to serious renovation. They will show viewers how to get the look for less, and work out when you should shell out for a really key piece of kit, and when can you afford to use something that costs practically nothing.
For once Lucy and Harry have a very healthy budget to play with, but that doesn't mean they can splash out. In East Sussex, Gill wants a beautiful bespoke kitchen with the mother of all kitchen islands. Plus, after 20 years of living room layout frustration, can Lucy reconfigure the space to make it an elegant drawing room? It's time to tear up a 50-year-old carpet and start from scratch.
In this episode Lucy and Harry try to help cab driver Ian and his wife Jackie get the high-end look for less. They were married in Scotland and are keen to inject a Highland theme into their 1960s home with a splash of tartan. And they have the hall and stairway consider. Will a groovy sputnik light blow their budget?
An L-shaped room is always a challenge but even more so if you're working to a tight budget. Lucy and Harry suggest moving Stephen and Maria's doorway and zoning the room to make it work for the family. But they hadn't counted on Stephen and Maria spending £250 on light bulbs. Can Lucy and Harry claw back the cash somewhere else in the build?
Paul and Margaret in Milton Keynes have foster children and grandchildren to feed, so it's unsurprising that their kitchen's overused and underloved. Its five doorways make it feel like spaghetti junction and it just doesn't work for the family. Paul and Margaret have fallen in love with a designer grey and yellow kitchen but it's more than double their budget. Can Lucy and Harry get the look for less? Lucy and Harry also source music speakers for the shower and an LED tap light to give the family bathroom some nightclub chic.
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