Two families are helped to transform their homes, and shown that with some clever sourcing and upcycling, things can be bought for a lot less than they would cost if purchased new.
Kirstie attempts to help Curt and Nicola Marlow who recently bought their first flat together, near Bournemouth. They jave been forced to refurnish everything from scratch though after their previous home was ruined by raw sewage during a flood.
Liz and Stephen Moss from Kent need Kirstie's help because as weall as having three kids of their own, as well as foster children, their house has taken quite a battering over the years. Alistair Bray and Charlotte Campbell from south west London moved into their first flat together, but after fixing some serious damp problems, they've got no money left for furniture and turn to Kirstie for help.
Kirstie attempts to help Zoe and Gavin from Suffolk who have a a small child under two. A recent redundancy in the family means that every penny count. She also tries to help Gillian Brabin from Chorley who wants to transform her bathroom from cramped and chaotic into a nautical themed space.