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Both designers will be tasked with transforming a living room and a dining room.
Judging them are of course regulars Kelly Hoppen and Daniel Hopwood and back to help them, acting as an extra pair of eyes is guest judge Michelle Ogundehin, Editor in Chief of Elle Decoration.
The designers will again have two rooms to transform over 48 hours across three days, a team of two builders and two decorators, a budget of £2000 to use for both rooms and again they will both have to complete one room on day two.
Their imaginations and design juices will be put to the test again as they will both be given a surprise item to cleverly incorporate into their overall schemes.
This time both designers are unwittingly using the same colour - blue – but will this help or hinder their chances with the judges ?
Will one designer be able to reassure their client that blue is the way forward and be able to fulfill the brief especially since Dan isn’t sure the colour works for dining rooms? Meanwhile the other designer is seriously out to impress; but will the use of a very detailed and over -powering matching blue print for wallpaper as well as curtains impress the homeowners or put them off?
It could be a design risk too far. Will Michelle Ogundehin agree with Daniel and Kelly or put a cat amongst the pigeons?
Meanwhile architectural historian Tom Dyckhoff discovers the beauty and origins of olde, world picturesque country cottage living and the characteristics of thatched dwelling.
FINAL: CONVERTED CASTLE APARTMENTS
It’s the grand final. Two of our best designers have battled their way through sweat and tears to get here. Now just one can be crowned the champion and winner of The Great Interior Designer Challenge.
However, the amateurs are going to find it harder than ever to win that coveted title, as in their biggest challenge to date, they will have to complete THREE rooms each in converted apartments in an eighteenth century mock castle in Broadstairs. The designers will have 72 hours across four days in which to complete their rooms but this time their teams will be bigger and they will have a larger budget of £4000 each. However the designers will be tackling and taking on a KITCHEN for the first time ever and our designers will soon find out that working in older properties is certainly not without its challenges.
Judging this epic battle will be Daniel Hopwood and Kelly Hoppen, but this time they will be helped and joined by former judge and interior stylist, Sophie Robinson. Nothing will escape these three so the battle will be intense.
Both the designers will be tested to the max, clients will be exacting, demands will be challenging and for the designers there is more than just a trophy on the line.
Architectural historian Tom Dyckhoff will be exploring the castle and explaining the significance of such a beautiful building in British history.
But all eyes will be on the two finalists as only one will be walking away as winner of The Great Interior Design Challenge.
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