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Sarah Moore saves three items from the tip in each episode and transforms them into a much more valuable piece, before returning the profits back to the original owners of the item.
Sarah Moore is at Altrincham Recycling Centre, Greater Manchester, where she is on the lookout for three things that she can transform into fabulous furnishings. Sarah's first find of the day is a granite worktop that she thinks has designer Daniel Heath written all over it. Will he be able to turn this hard material into hard cash?
Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey. She nabs a collection of 1980s dining room chairs in need of a total revamp, but can upholsterer Ray Clarke transform them on the budget?
Sarah Moore is at Walsall Recycling Centre near Birmingham. First up to be saved are a pair of brown atomic chairs. Upholsterer Anthony Devine is the man to turn these boring, tired and mouldy chairs from drab to fab.
There's never a dull moment for presenter Sarah Moore at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey, as the cars keep coming with tons of unwanted stuff that's ripe for the picking, and perhaps perfect for making a pound or two.
At Altrincham Recycling Centre near Manchester, entrepreneur Sarah Moore is on a mission to find three items to save from the crusher. She has special permission to raid the rubbish in the hope she can turn the trash she picks into cash. Each item she finds will be given to some of Britain's elite designers and makers to transform into bespoke pieces worthy of making a profit for their original owners.
Sarah Moore is at Walsall Recycling Centre looking for three treasures bound for the skip. She enlists the help of upholsterer Anthony Devine to turn a set of stools into something stylish, and woodworking duo Josh and Oli put their creative skills to the test by attempting to turn an oak table into sleek skateboards. Sarah then turns her attention to her own project. Will her love of Christmas decorations come in handy for this very unusual find?
Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey. She saves a green enamel lightshade for blacksmith Bex Simon to work wonders on, a battered 1970s sideboard for screen-printing sensation Daniel Heath and a 1930s Lloyd Loom chair in desperate need of repair.
Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey, where her first spot is a mahogany dining table. It has seen better days, but she sees potential in the quality of the wood. Sarah thinks there is only one designer who could take this challenge on and that's Margate's very own Rupert Blanchard.
Sarah's second find is a blonde Ercol sofa. With the frame still in good condition, can expert upholsterer Anthony Devine revive this classic piece?
Sarah's third and final find is something she works on herself - a Tri-ang doll's house.
Neil Wragg and artisan duo Forge Creative help Sarah Moore transform three tired items that have been saved from the skip in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.
Neil is an expert in creating bespoke holdalls, but his hands are full turning a pile of old military bags into something classy. Josh and Oli need to unleash all of their creativity to turn some old copper and lead pipes into a contemporary coffee table. Sarah's own project sees her try to make something from a collection of vintage saws.
Sarah Moore saves items from Walsall recycling centre. Designer Rupert Blanchard is tasked with bringing a boring old bookcase into the 21st century and master craftsman Norman Wilkinson tries to turn four oak chairs into something more saleable. For Sarah's own project, she gets crafty turning old wallpaper into desirable stationery. But will all the upcycled items turn a profit?
Sarah Moore is at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey. She is on the lookout for three items of treasure that she can rescue from the trash. She finds some colourful suede hides for artisan bag maker Neil Wragg, audio engineer Horse has a crack at repairing a vintage radio, and for Sarah, there is a set of microphone stands to transform into lighting.
Restoration wizard Jay Blades is in Walsall, West Midlands, and he is on a mission to salvage three items bound for the skip. Jay has his hands full repurposing a Lloyd loom-style laundry basket. Upholsterer Anthony Devine gets to work stamping his own unique style on a tired G Plan reclining chair. Master carpenter Norman Wilkinson has his work cut out upcycling an oak writing bureau.
Jay Blades is at the recycling centre in Walsall in the West Midlands. Daniel Heath is tasked with revamping a battered blue suitcase, while upholsterer Ray Clarke has his hands full with a red wing back chair. Jay himself works his magic turning a Formica tabletop from drab to fab. All three items pose a real challenge, but can they produce a profit to return to their unsuspecting owners?
After a successful day of salvaging at the recycling centre in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, upcycling expert Sarah Moore hopes to generate some profit from the three hidden gems she has gathered. It is up to master carpenter Norman Wilkinson to reimagine an old wall cabinet into something special. Furniture designer Rupert Blanchard is hoping he can create a top-end piece from a pair of metal bench ends. Sarah takes on the challenge of restyling a fashion mannequin, but can she make it stylish enough to sell for a profit?
Maker extraordinaire Sarah Moore saves an interesting collection of items destined for the tip in Witley, Surrey. But can her trio of hidden treasures be transformed from dull to designer? Creative duo Josh and Oli are masters of woodwork, but will they be left scratching their heads when Sarah drops off a pile of old floorboards? Screen printer Daniel Heath hopes his bold designs will make a wooden tea trolley desirable again, and Sarah falls in love with a retro box of camera-developing equipment. Will all of these items turn a profit, or will Sarah wish she'd left them at the tip?
The ever creative Sarah Moore hopes to turn a profit by transforming, restoring and repurposing three items saved from the skip. After a successful day at Altrincham recycling centre, Sarah's eclectic haul is made up of an Arts and Crafts-style bench, an old leather sofa and a Victorian cabinet. Each item will need some very creative thinking to convert them into desirable, sellable objects. It's just as well carpenter Norman Wilkinson and upholsterer Anthony Devine are on hand to help Sarah turn her trash into flash. But will the makeovers be good enough to make some cash?
Artisan bagmaker Neil Wragg and upcycler extraordinaire Guy Trench are on a mission to help restoration guru Jay Blades transform his tip finds into fantastic, desirable objects. With three items successfully saved from the skip in Walsall, West Midlands, Jay gets to work on restyling four kitchen chairs. Guy has some interesting ideas on how to transform some metal shoe lasts into lighting, but can Neil put his own twist on a leather chair to turn it from old to sold?
Sarah Moore is at Woking Recycling Centre in Surrey where she's searching for three items to save from the tip. Her challenge is to transform them and find them new homes. This time she saves a three-piece suite, which she hopes will be transformed by a talented all-women team at the Bristol Upholstery Collective. For wood-working duo Josh and Oli, Sarah has picked out an old oak beam. And for Sarah's own making odyssey, she'll work on a pair of wooden legs. But just how much imagination will it take Sarah and her artisans to turn this mix of old into gold?
Sarah is on a mission at the recycling centre in Witley in Surrey, to find three items about to be tipped and turn them from trash into cash. Sarah enlists the help of artisan Mark Haig to turn an old World War Two field telephone into something functional again. Blacksmith Bex Simon is tasked with turning metal poles into something superstylish. And Sarah herself takes on the challenge of bringing an Edwardian spring-ridden single bed into the 21st century. But will each of these potential transformations be enough to turn a profit?
Restoration expert Jay Blades rescues three items from the recycling centre in Walsall, West Midlands. Upholsterer Anthony Devine goes out on a limb with a bold redesign of a set of six swivel chairs. The woodworking skills of Josh and Oli are tested as they attempt to turn a fireplace hearth into a console table. And for Jay himself, the challenge is to transform a set of coat hooks from an old wardrobe. Can Jay and his team of artisans cut it and turn a profit to return to each of the items' owners?
Sarah Moore is in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, saving three pieces of hidden treasure destined for the recycling skips. Master craftsman Norman Wilkinson takes on a dressing table and mirrors in the hope he can transform it into stylish furniture. Not one to shy away from making a statement with his creative designs, can Norman convince Sarah the plan is a winner? Furniture reclamation duo The Junk Gypsies are experts at creating bespoke items from old metal, but what will they think of the rusty water tank Sarah gives them? While the artisans get to work, Sarah gets started on her own project - a pair of old battered oil paintings. Will there be a profit to be made on each item?
Sarah Moore gets her hands on an interesting collection of items headed for the tip in Witley, Surrey. Will creative duo Josh and Oli manage to put their own spin on a copper hopper funnel saved from the skip? Furniture restyler and wallpaper guru Emma Walker is no stranger to transforming tired furniture, but what will she make of the drab bedside table that Sarah drops off? For Sarah's own project, she hopes to work her magic on a drab old mirror and washstand. Will Sarah and the rest of her band of makers bring each unwanted item back on trend and turn a tidy profit?
Restoration man Jay Blades is in Walsall, near Birmingham, where he's on a mission to rescue three tip bound items he hopes can be transformed, then sold on for a profit. Lighting expert Guy Trench endures a few head scratching moments trying to salvage a rusty red lathe, while screen printing whizz Daniel Heath works his magic on an old toilet door, turning it from lavvy to lavish. But how much money will Jay manage to hand back to the items' owners?
Upcycling entrepreneur Sarah Moore is at Witley recycling centre in Surrey. She is hoping to find three hidden gems she can transform and sell on to new owners. The three restorers may be furniture specialists but a broken Ercol coffee table proves to be an unexpected adversary, requiring extreme expertise. Artisan bag maker Neil Wragg has to use all of his creativity to rethink an old bicycle. And Sarah herself turns a dated dressing table into a cool shabby chic make. But no matter how good each item looks, will they manage to turn a profit?
Woodworking wizard Norman Wilkinson and audio technician Horse set to work helping Sarah revamp three items salvaged from the skip. They want to turn them from tip-bound to tip top. Sarah hopes to find new homes for the items she picks up from Walsall recycling centre near Birmingham. Norman experiments with a Singer sewing machine unit, while Horse attempts to make an old record player sing again. And Sarah herself has to work out what to do with a decorative terracotta swan planter. But will Sarah and her team successfully make some money for nothing along the way?
Award-winning furniture designer Rupert Blanchard and woodworking duo Josh and Oli help Sarah transform three hidden gems that are headed for the tip in Witley, Surrey. Rupert is used to upcycling outlandish materials but will need to use all his creative skills and know-how to turn a pair of yellow deckchair frames into something stylish. Josh and Oli have their hands full with a wooden vice and boxes that they attempt to convert into furniture, while Sarah's own project sees her give a sideboard a much-needed style update. Can Sarah and her artisans transform trash into cash?
Sarah unearths hidden gems at the recycling centre in Walsall, West Midlands. But can all three tip-bound objects be turned into fantastic and desirable items? Robot maker Mark Haig stamps his style on a collection of mini TVs, while artisan bag maker Neil Wragg turns printed bean sacks into stylish shopping bags. Sarah's own project sees her take on a pair of chairs and a plant stand. But will each make ensure Sarah can return a profit to each item's original owner?
Sarah's in Witley, Surrey, where she is on the lookout for three items that she can save from the clutches of the tip crusher. It's not easy transforming items destined for the skip, but with the help of artisan Norman Wilkinson and designer Daniel Heath, Sarah hopes to turn a profit on her objects. Her mission is to sell each revamped item and return to their original owners with the profit. Norman revamps a Z-bed from dump to designer, while Daniel has an interesting idea to turn an artist's easel into a man's vanity unit. Sarah tries her hand at upholstery, as she gets to work on a tired armchair. But will all of their hard work pay off?
Entrepreneur Sarah Moore is at the recycling centre in Walsall, near Birmingham. Here she grabs three items she hopes to transform from drab to fab, sell on and send off to new homes. Reclamation duo the Junk Gypsies are tasked with turning a pair of teak legs into something stunning, while furniture experts the Three Restorers take on a broken desk. The trio of eclectic tip finds is rounded off with the item Sarah will work on herself - a formica kitchen table and three chairs. Will the makeovers make these items saleable?
Sarah Moore is at the recycling centre in Woking, Surrey. Here, she is sifting through the junk in search of some real finds that she can save from the dump. With three items successfully squirreled away she turns to master carpenter Norman Wilkinson in search of assistance - can he transform a traditional dressing table from tip-bound to top-end?
Meanwhile, salvage expert Rupert Blanchard has been charged with reimagining some trestles and ladders into something saleable. Sarah herself will get to work on some floral fabric picked up at the tip. Will Sarah and her band of artisans' creativity secure some cash to return to each item's original owners?
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