It is the quarter-finals of The Great Interior Design Challenge 2014 and Luke, Kelly and Michael are the three designers that competed in the second quarter-finals to try to book a place in the semi-finals.
The amateur designers took on three double-height reception rooms in an imposing Edwardian school conversion. With a budget of £1,200 and three days to complete their rooms, they had to impress to stay in the completion.
For his design challenge, Michael had to deliver an edgy scheme, answering a whimsical and decadent brief with a flock of ornamental birds.
Kelly had to work to a refined brief, while still showcasing her natural creative flair. While Luke set out to prove that he has learnt the rules of design, working with awkward double-height rooms.
After the three days of hard work, judges Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood decide which two designers will go through to the semi-final and which one will leave the competition.
Sadly for Michael, the judges felt his room design did not impress as much as Luke’s or Kelly’s and was therefore asked to leave the competition.