The search for Britain's best amateur interior designers begins.With 48 hours, 1,000 pounds and the help of a builder, Sarah, Helen and James must impress both the homeowners and judges in the hope of making it through to the quarter final.
Three more designers battle it out for a place in the quarter-final, taking on three sitting rooms in neighbouring homes. Historian Tom Dyckoff learns the history of the homes, as judges Sophie and Daniel decide who has the winning design.
Built in the 1930s, the amateurs are taking on classic art deco homes - blocky, bright white with a touch of Hollywood glamour. Charged with redesigning the sun rooms, the glass surround creates a unique challenge for the designers.
The amateurs are in on the River Thames, taking on sitting rooms in neighbouring homes in a beautiful converted mill. With upcycling challenges and tricky clients the designers have got to convince everyone that they have what it takes.
Our amateurs are taking on three kitchens. They will be painting, tiling and creating their own designs but with only 48 hours and 1000 pounds, the amateur designers will need to manage expectations if they are to finish on time.
The amateurs are creating interiors for 3 beautiful Georgian Almshouses. They will have 48 hours, 1000 pounds and the help of a builder to turn 3 sitting rooms into modern designs fit for the inhabitants of these 250 year old homes.
Three more designers fight it out for one of the last places in the quarter finals. This time the programme has travelled to the heart of London's Suburbia where the 3 designers will bring new life and vigour to their front sitting rooms.
This time our amateurs are taking on three vast living rooms in Brighton. But with only 48 hours, 1000 pounds and one of the largest rooms yet there's a lot to do and only one designer can make it through to the quarter finals.
It's the first quarter-final and the remaining contestants are now ready to paint, sew and build their way to a gain the first two places in the semi-final of the Great Interior Design Challenge by taking on four thatch cottages.
It's the second quarter-final and four more winners from the previous eight heats are now ready to paint, sew and build their way to win the last two places in the semi-final of the Great Interior Design Challenge.
It is the semi-final and the four winning designers from the quarter-finals fight it out for the two places in the final and the chance to win by taking on four enormous front rooms in beautiful Arts and Crafts Victorian houses in Moseley.