Big House, Little House
New show with Lucy Alexander and builder Harry Hoffen, who set out to make brilliant builds to budget. In this episode, the Flinter family have their three-bed Victorian transformed.
Lucy and Harry are in Newport, Wales. Hayley needs a serious update to the 70s décor in the home she grew up in. Can Lucy create a country-style kitchen and give the kids a power shower?
Neil and Kerry from Bristol are the king and queen of bargain hunters. Can Lucy and Harry help them squeeze every penny to create a quirky modern kitchen with a monumental island?
Can Lucy and Harry create a layout for a tiny two bed Victorian flat in Clapton that will work? And with owner Amanda set on spending £4000 on wardrobes, will there be any cash left?
Linda and Dave would like a modern kitchen diner and a boutique hotel style bathroom on a tight budget. Lucy Alexander and Harry Hoffen come to the rescue, but hadn't bargained for a £3,500 fridge!
Lucy Alexander and Harry Hoffen take on Dorrie and Simon's 1930s house on the south coast. Can they transform a fussy 80s kitchen into the grey shaker style kitchen-diner they desire?
Bristol newly-weds Georgia and Dan have saved up to buy their semi. Lucy and Harry's task is to maximise every penny to create a 1930s sitting room and sumptuous master bedroom.
Sian and Jeremy have downsized but can't decide what to do with their tired bedroom and bathroom
Liz and Sam's front door opens into the middle of their sitting room and they have a kitchen lean-to that needs tearing down. Can Lucy and Harry unlock their home's potential - on a budget?
Mary and Andy have fallen for a white high-gloss kitchen but the look that they like is way out of their budget. Can Lucy and Harry help?
Chloe wants to create a cosy home for herself and her son, with a retro sitting room. And she needs a space in her bedroom where she can keep her clothes.
Craig and Suzanne haven't redecorated their bedroom for 20 years. Can Lucy and Harry create their dream bedroom, and a cool teen room for their son Kyle, on a budget?
Ryan and Alexandra's house is stuck in the 1970s, with a corner bar and pub-style wallpaper. Can Lucy and Harry help them get a traditional bathroom and kitchen on a budget?
Tracey has a faux medieval archway in her house, and she wants to keep it. Can Lucy come up with a design that incorporates it, and also keep Tracey's partner Andy happy?
Can Lucy and Harry create a luxurious lounge with a wood burner and art deco accents for Paul and Gemma, that's also a feline fantasy for their cats?
Can Lucy and Harry create a smart home office for Peter and Wendy, that can also house two tortoises? And can they also get a grey gloss kitchen, including appliances, on budget?
The homeowners in this episode have a healthy budget. Gill wants a beautiful bespoke kitchen with the mother of all kitchen islands. And can Lucy reconfigure the living room layout?
Lucy and Harry help cab driver Ian and his wife Jackie get the high-end look for less. They were married in Scotland and are keen to inject a Highland theme into their 1960s home.
Lucy and Harry suggest moving Stephen and Maria's doorway and zoning their L-shaped room to make it work for the family. But they hadn't counted on the couple spending £250 on light bulbs.
Paul and Margaret in Milton Keynes want an expensive designer grey and yellow scheme for their overused kitchen. Can Lucy and Harry create the required look for less cash?