Kirstie's Vintage Home
About the Show
Kirstie Allsopp uses vintage style to transform unloved houses into beautiful homes
Series 1 Summary
In this new series, Kirstie Allsopp uses vintage style to help transform houses into beautiful homes
Episode 1 - Colin and Amber
Can Kirstie help Colin and Amber? Their 1960s maisonette near the beach in Edinburgh is drowning in oceans of clutter as they juggle a new baby, busy lives and a tendency to panic buy online bargains.
Episode 2 - Shaun and Jannine
Kirstie Allsopp looks to the past for inspiration and embraces vintage style to help Shaun, Jannine and their three sons create a 1950s-inspired family playroom and a fin de siècle romantic bedroom
Episode 3 - Ellie and Nick
Kirstie helps Ellie and Nick Harrington, who are desperate to revamp the kitchen and dining room of their new home in Tunbridge Wells. The trouble is that this couple have no practical DIY skills.
Episode 4 - Craig and Amy
Kirstie Allsopp takes on one of life's most important events - a wedding - and helps Craig and Amy host their very own vintage wedding inspired by the Queen's 1947 celebration.
Episode 5 - Iman and Heather
Kirstie pulls out all the stops for Cheshire couple Iman and Heather, who have a brand new home and a baby on the way. They'd like a vintage nursery and a 1920s inspired sitting room...
Episode 6 - The Clarkes
On the Isle of Wight, Kirstie meets single dad Rich who wants to transform his two young daughters' bedroom, inspired by their love of butterflies and birds combined with patterns from the 1970s
Episode 7 - Kirstie's Vintage Christmas
Kirstie Allsopp continues to spread her love of all things vintage and handmade as she looks to the past for inspiration to help create the perfect family Christmas
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Kirstie Allsopp continues to spread her love of all things vintage and handmade as she looks to the past for inspiration to help create the perfect family…