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George Clarke helps people make their period homes fit for modern life.
George helps more homeowners make their period homes fit for modern life, taking on an outmoded 1930s semi in Liverpool and a stunning medieval farmhouse in Kent
George makes a tiny Victorian terrace in Stratford-upon-Avon fit for a 21st-century single dad. And in Hastings, he transforms a period reception room by simply moving a door.
A third of renovation work in period homes involves the kitchen. Old houses are simply not designed for modern needs. But what if the owner doesn't actually like kitchens, and wants a kitchen that doesn't look like a kitchen? Part medieval, part Victorian, and part Georgian, Oona and Peter's Welsh dream home needs a huge amount of work to turn it into a modern family home. But George's biggest challenge is designing a kitchen that Oona won't hate. And what happens when the planning department turn down your project for a kitchen extension? George meets Alex and Andrea, who've just moved into a Victorian house in Hove with an awkwardly-shaped kitchen extension. Can George come up with a plan to make it work?
George visits a 300-year-old house with too many loos. And in south London, a mini 1930s bungalow with a tiny lounge needs clever design solutions.
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