Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr

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Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr

The nine remaining interior designers take part in a commercial design challenge to transform London offices. Presented by Alan Carr with judge Michelle Ogundehin.

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Series 2
Ten aspiring interior designers compete in a commercial design challenge to redesign Oxfordshire show homes. Presented by Alan Carr with judge Michelle Ogundehin.
Series 5
For the grand finale, the two finalists head to the magnificent Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire to redesign holiday lodges in the grounds.
The semi-finalists transform dressing rooms at OVO Arena Wembley, and pop princess Sophie Ellis-Bextor joins Michelle to decide who will go through to the final.
The designers pair up and hit East Grinstead high street to transform two Grade II listed shops. They need to transform the spaces to impress Mary queen of shops.
The five remaining designers come up with clever hacks to show potential tenants how to turn Sheffield rental apartments into homely spaces - without losing their deposit.
The designers head to Wales as they pair up to work their magic on three Swansea cafes, with the briefs varying from 'Scandi' to 'Industrial' to 'Home from Home'.
The designers are let loose on exclusive hospitality boxes at Ascot Racecourse, with each creating their own personal interpretation of high-end sophistication and luxury.
Nine designers are tested on teamwork as they go wild at Chester Zoo, creating three activity centres for schoolchildren, themed around the wildlife of Brazil, India and Madagascar.
A new batch of interior designers show off their signature style by heading to a former Norfolk convent, turning nuns’ cells into bijoux B&B bedrooms before one wins Stand Out Space.
Series 4
The remaining two designers go head-to-head to win a life-changing contract to redesign a top London cocktail bar.
Series 3
Having survived seven tough challenges, the two finalists must now redesign two trendy bars in London's Soho.
The three semi-finalists are challenged to upgrade luxury holiday lodges in the Cotswolds. They must make their mark with some design flair while keeping in the mind the target market.
In teams of two, the final four designers renovate two cafes in the seaside town of Margate.
Series 4
The three remaining designers return to Brighton to discover their penultimate challenge – a hair salon makeover in Bristol.
Series 3
Working solo, the five remaining designers each transform a shepherd's hut on a glamping site in north Wales. The spaces are small, so practicality is key.
The six remaining designers are set their next challenge. They are off to the cathedral city of Salisbury to transform three very different shops.
The remaining eight contenders work on four dated common rooms at Gordano School in Bristol, with two to be eliminated after this challenge.
The designers are sent to Wotton House in Surrey, a Grade II listed grand hotel. There they must each update a bedroom in their signature style, incorporating a 'British eccentric' twist.
Head judge Michelle Ogundehin challenges the contenders to transform upmarket rental flats in Manchester.
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