Find It, Fix It, Flog It
Jonah takes a saw and electric drill to an antique cabinet. Katie shows how simple upholstery can be, and property developer Vanessa hopes to turn her money-making expertise from homes to homewares.
Valerie puts all her eggs on a glass table, Emily turns a trunk into a bench, and Alanna begs and begs... and begs some more
Ben blows his budget on an industrial drawer unit. Casey is keen to prove that granny-chic can bring big profits. And Julie transforms an old wheel into a table.
Sarah cracks over a crackle glaze, Fran learns to create a traditional art deco motif, and Gary looks for big profits hidden in limescale
Christian transforms some tables, Cary rescues a broken mirror and Paula pushes for every last pound. The end result is the closest in French Collection history.
Lyndsey acts on impulse, John takes a saw to some antique furniture to create modern pieces, and Marie spends a lot on French polishing - but will it pay off?
Meriel buys vintage fashion magazines just to cut them up. Keeley turns some retro fabric into cushion covers. And Yinka spends loads painting a child's wheelchair.
Noorie struggles to buy anything at all, Mark turns a suitcase into a table and Jessica reupholsters a bench seat for less than 60 quid - but can anyone tell?
Marika uses a spray paint to turn a glass porthole into a mirror, Tom does the least amount of upcycling possible and retro queen Sally restores vinyl furniture
Three rivals upcycle gear to sell. Sandrine gets a telling-off from Mark, Jade uses her stamp collection to upcycle a desk, and Peter is shameless in his begging
Rob restores a battered frame, Natalie is convinced she'll make hundreds out of an apple cart, and Keira gives a little love to a wooden trunk
Lesley Anne uses a cheap alternative to gold leaf, while Emily invests a lot of money in a gold clock. Glenn gets a surprising offer - but is he brave enough to accept it?
Tony pays way over the odds for a table, Carolyn gives the benefit of her wealth of shabby chic experience and Kate has to think very carefully about a big offer
Katie transforms traditional furniture using transfers, Cameron turns retro items into dog beds and herb gardens and Bettina has a run-in with an experienced dealer.
JP's just too nice to haggle, Julie gives loads of tips to shabby chic and Shafia pushes and pushes on price to prove everyone wrong
Three Brits head to Paris, with a budget of 800 euros. Gina goes looking for unicorns, Aidan makes his own enormous picture frames and Sophie pushes for every penny.
Natasha's convinced retro is the best way to make money. Tamsin turns a street lamp into something for the home. Wayne travels 200 miles for a special paint effect.
Jake creates a new table top out of a pallet, Elaine goes all out with a peacock chair and Zoe's gluing efforts leave her unstuck
James gives a retro record player a 21st century makeover, Georgie gets an irresistible offer, and Carol puts all her money in cowhide
Stephen learns the perils of buying lighting, Lisa shows how to save money when getting things framed, and Alice creates a shelving unit out of a ladder
Designer Alice tries to transfer her skills to a flea market. Chris shows you can turn anything into a lamp. And is London-based Sophie too funky for Eastbourne?
Rob creates a super-sized shelving unit out of antique posts and crates, Donna discovers there's money in mirrors, and Julie restores a leather chair
Sonia happily pays over the odds in Paris, Keith suffers a major setback, and Sharon tries to add value with spoons and butterflies!
Fiona buys a very unusual school desk, Belinda jazzes up a suitcase with the help of some LEDs, and Lewis gives an antique table a modern glossy twist
Rachel spends a fortune on industrial lighting, Jason converts old grain sacks into stylish bags, and Lily thinks some rustic pitchforks could make a great interiors piece