Kirstie is helped by salvage specialist Charis Williams, inventor and furniture hacker Max McMurdo, and artist and up-cycler Lee Baker, as she attempts to show that free can be fabulous.
Kirstie attempts to help Louise from Essex, whose first-time flat purchase has cost her so much that she's moved back in with her parents whilst renting out the flat's only habitable bedroom to cover her mortgage. She also attempts to help Ferne and Peter who have just moved out of their parents' homes into their own place.
Kirstie attempts to transform Emma and Darren's home in Worcester into a colourful family home. She also attempts to help Tynemouth social worker Angela Stephenson who has devoted everything to her children and left herself with a bedroom that's falling apart.
Kirstie tries to help couple Christine and Chris furnish their new tenement flat in Glasgow.
Kirstie helps a woman in Eastbourne refurnish her local authority flat.
Kirstie attempts to help single mother Jasbinder, who is hopeless at DIY, in west London. Kirstie and the team attempt to create a family bathroom and a shared bedroom for two girls with very opposite tastes. Kirstie also helps a family from Windsor, who have been hit by the recent floods to create a graffiti-inspired bedroom for a teenager.