Would you let an amateur designer decorate your house
The BBC's second series of The Great Interior Design Challenge has begun. The show is a competition in which three amateur designers are tasked with redesigning a room following the brief given to them by their client (the homeowner). Each week there is a different theme; for example, last week the designers had to bring life into three dark cottage living rooms, and this week they had to decorate beach huts.
The owners tell the designers the kind of feel they want, such as colour scheme, and the practical requirements, and then the designers plan what they are going to do.
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At the end they are then judged to go onto the second round. Judging is a careful balance of how well the project was planned, the execution, how well it fits the brief, but also the innovation.
The one thing I find annoying about the show is that the judges often encourage the designers to ignore elements of the brief in order to be more experimental and risk taking over practicality.
The client is not present during the time of the redesign, and is faced with a surprise at the end. Would you let an amateur designer come in and decorate your home?
251144 - 2023-07-18 07:23:52
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