BBC Masters in Interior Design start time, host, judges and line-up for series 3

Interior Design Masters returns for a third installment.

Alan Carr will once again host the series as a new group of aspiring designers compete to impress head judge and former Elle Decoration editor Michelle Ogundehin in hopes of getting their big breakthrough in the world of commercial interior design. .

A synopsis reads: “Each week, designers take on a new interior design challenge across the country, ranging from show homes, boutiques and restaurants to beach cabanas, bars and vacation villas of They will have to pitch their brightest ideas and pull out all the stops to wow Michelle and the esteemed guest judge who joined her that week.

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At the end of each challenge, the weakest designers will meet on the couch to face the judges, at least one of whom will be eliminated.

As Interior Design Masters returns for season three to its new home on BBC One, here’s everything you need to know.

When does the Interior Design Master start?

The third series will begin on Wednesday March 9 at 9 p.m. on BBC One.

The launch episode will feature the 10 aspiring designers and the first challenge, a brief, is to transform five high-end rental apartments in Manchester.

Who hosts the Masters in Interior Design?

Alan Carr returns to host the third series after replacing Fearne Cotton in the second series.

Speaking about this year’s series, Alan said: “It’s bigger, bolder and more dynamic and I think with the move from BBC Two to BBC One it has gained extra confidence.

“The challenges in this series are tough from the get-go, so the designers really have to think things through, even from the first episode. That’s no problem, Masters in Interior Design, this series is all about business.”

Who judges the Masters in Interior Design?

Design skills will be reviewed by Michelle Ogundehin, returning chief judge, interior guru and former editor of Elle Decoration, as well as some of the biggest names in the industry.

This year’s guest judges are Matthew Williamson, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Mary Portas, Guy Oliver, Sophie Robinson, Ross Bailey, Abigail Ahern and Sarah Willingham.

Michelle said, “I love the engagement of the audience when they follow our 10 intern designers. I really care about them, and viewers are starting to do that too. I see it as people’s stories unfolded. throughout their design journey.

“You can’t help but get hooked. It gets moving! But it’s also super entertaining and dare I say, enjoyable educational for the viewer too?”

Who are the candidates for the Interior Design Master?

Abi, 27, is originally from Birmingham and now lives in London. She is a luxecycler and describes her style as “maximalist kitsch”.

Originally from Ayrshire in Scotland, Amy is 39 years old and lives in London. She is a print designer and illustrator and describes her design style as sophisticated print.

Banjo, 36 hails from the Isle of Mull and is a cheese maker and distributor. He describes his style as “playful and wild”.

Dean, 41, is a store manager in Reading. He describes his style as “dark and brooding”.

France, 38, is a fashion designer from London. She describes her style as “contemporary bohemian”.

Molly, 23, is a company director from Bedfordshire. She describes her style as quirky classic.

Paul, 52, is a visual merchandiser and lives in London. Hailing from Fleetwood in Lancashire, he describes his style as mid-century minimalist.

rock, 63, owns a hair salon in Newcastle Upon Tyne. He describes his style as “chameleon style”.

richard, 29 is a Birmingham native and interior designer. He describes his style as an abstract colourist.

La Rochelle, 34, is a team coordinator from London. She describes her style as “modern glamour”.

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