Craft It Yourself
Kirstie creates a fun 50s-inspired family playroom for Jannine and Shaun Cartwright.
Kirstie brings the swinging 60s to a seaside pad in Edinburgh's Portobello Beach for Amber and Colin.
Neglected due to family and business, Nick and Ellie Harrington's Tunbridge Wells home needs the magic of Kirstie's lino cut craft and wicker class to give it the thirties twist they want
In this bitesize episode, Kirstie meets Iman and Heather Ahmed, who want to decorate their new house in an opulent twenties style. But Iman only likes to buy brand new.
In this bitesize episode of Kirstie's Vintage Home, Kirstie helps single dad Rich Clarke create an original bedroom for his two young daughters, Daisy-May and Amy
Kirstie Allsopp brings a touch of romance and sophistication to Jannine and Shaun Cartwright's neglected bedroom.
In this bitesize episode of Kirstie's Vintage Home, Kirstie's challenge is to craft a gorgeous vintage-inspired nursery for soon-to-be parents Iman and Heather Ahmed
With some clever crafts, retro flower arrangements and a bit of homemade magic, Kirstie creates a military-themed, vintage-inspired wedding for Amy and Craig.
In this bite-size episode of Kirstie's Vintage Home, Kirstie creates a fun bedroom for young girls Daisy-May and Amy
From paper napkin roses to a cupcake bouquet and vintage tea cups for place settings, Kirstie shows us cool tricks for dressing a dining table. She also has a special recipe for chocolate bowls.
Super seamstress Lisa Comfort helps Kirstie show Amber and Colin how to create a memory quilt. But does Amber's lack of ironing skills spell disaster?
Using the seventies as inspiration, and with two of the country's most gifted crafters, Kirstie creates some cool crochet jellyfish and a vibrant felt rug.
Expert jewellery maker Rachel Jeffrey works with Kirstie to help a soon-to-be married couple create their own rings for their big day. And Kirstie learns how real gold can revive an old picture frame.
This episode features sugar craft, a masterclass in perfume making and a lesson in Victorian style silhouettes.
Kirstie Allsopp helps Amber and Colin turn their love-starved bedroom into a gorgeous vintage haven.
Kirstie shows two clever crafts for the home - a personalised vintage doormat and some cute coasters. All that is needed is some spray paint, old tiles and serviettes.
Kirstie enlists the expertise of paper cutter extraordinaire Poppy Chancellor to create some uniquely personalised wedding invitations. Plus, a wonderful craft collage of a newborn baby.
Master potter Richard Miller teams up with Kirstie to help couple Ellie and Nick create some of their very own plates to complement their new 1930s dining room.
Kirstie Allsopp gets the input of furniture maker Anselm Fraser to help couple Jannine and Shaun Cartwright build some treasure chests for their young boys' toys.
Kirstie enrols the expert help of Adam Williamson, a master sculptor and gilder, who shows her how easy it is to apply gold leaf to a second hand picture frame, turning it to a luxury looking item.
Kirstie shows how old forgotten furniture can be liberated from landfill, as she and furniture maker Simon Bell revive an old dining room chair with some clever painting and antiquing tricks.
Kirstie creates some speedy and easy sixties pop art with a spray can. Will her handiwork be the perfect addition to couple Amber and Colin's cool sixties living room?