The third series of The Great Interior Design Challenge is back on our screens.
From 1st February, the BBC2 TV show began following 16 amateur interior designers compete to win the series.
Working in 45 houses for real clients, with time and budget restraints makes this programme a realistic insight the world of interior design.
Anne Wall, Course Director at My Interior Design School explains:
“We think The Great Interior Design Challenge is a fantastic showcase for the industry. A designer’s task is to create schemes that enhance a home, but are practical, stylish, affordable and meet the client’s brief – and the programme reflects this.”
Viewers see the contestants re-style houses of different ages from all over the UK and be judged by well-known interior designers, including Kelly Hoppen, Orla Kiely, Sophie Robinson, Daniel Hopwood and Oliver Heath.
The amateurs use their skills to give the clients an affordable, practical design that they can live with long after the cameras stop filming.
Many of the show’s previous contestants have gone on to launch successful careers as interior designers, including Sarah Moore, winner of series 1 who now has her own BBC TV series ‘Money for Nothing’.
The skills needed to become a successful interior designer are taught by My Interior Design School. Our courses include one-day masterclasses, City & Guilds’ accredited online courses and a Business School.
Sign up for one of our courses and you never know, it could lead to being a contestant on The Great Interior Design Challenge.