Next Episode of The Great Interior Design Challenge is
The search for Britain's best amateur interior designers. Working in a variety of architectural styles, the contestants have three days to impress both the judges and the homeowners.
It is the quarter-final, and the last four designers are in the village of Beer in Devon. Each designer has taken on a sitting room each in a row of coastal cottages. The designer will also be asked to team up with their competitors to test their teamwork skills.
It is the semi-final, the three designers have to redesign a sitting room each in a medieval terrace in the grand cathedral city of Wells. Also each designer must impress in a suprise challenge to test how far they have each come.
It is the grand final. The final two designers are expected to take on three rooms each in an apartment in a grand stately home in Sussex.
In this special programme, we bring together the ultimate rules of design - room by room. Across three series of The Great Interior Design Challenge, our designers have come up with cost-cutting, ingenious ideas about how to get a look for less, and they are all here.
We also have some insider techniques for a better home used by our judges - Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood - plus design secrets from the guest judges featured across the series - interior and architectural designer Oliver Heath, designer Orla Kiely and iconic interior designer Kelly Hoppen.
We have broken down the home into five key rooms and compiled our very own step-by-step guide on how to make the most of each one of them. Meanwhile, presenter and architectural historian Tom Dyckhoff gives his own historic tour of the house - explaining how our homes have shaped up over the years.
Daniel Hopwood(Daniel Hopwood)
Sophie Robinson(Sophie Robinson)
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