Get the Look

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Overview

Get the Look sees one of the UK’s hottest interior designer, Kathryn Rayward, help families get the designer look they aspire to, whatever their budget. From Hollywood glamour to shabby chic and from Scandinavian to Moroccan style, Kathryn is on a mission to transform the nation’s living spaces into something stylish, on-trend and fantastic.

Throughout the series, Kathryn utilises her years of experience to help 15 families by coming up with something creative, practical and, above all, functional. With budgets ranging from the small to the extravagant, Kathryn sets out to stick as closely as she can to the brief that each family has provided, aiming to deliver their new look on-budget and on-time.

With a glittering French Versailles-style dining room, as well as period paintings, soft furnishings and the most creative wallpapers out there, Kathryn gives us plenty of tips on how to source materials and furniture at the best prices; providing plenty of interior design inspiration… whatever the style.

Episode 1 – Lucie Rought – Hollywood Glamour

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan”, “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or bring the designer luxury of a boutique hotel to a terrace in Bristol?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

This time Kathryn is in Northampton with Lucie Rought.  She longs for the glamour and glitz of Hollywood in her living and dining room.  With a budget of £2,000, Kathryn’s got to bring the sparkle of the silver screen to Lucie’s terrace home if she’s going to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 2 – Julie & Peter Daniel – Art Deco

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan”, “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or bring the designer luxury of a boutique hotel to a terrace in Bristol?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

This time Kathryn meets Julie and Peter Daniel in Crayford, Kent.  They have a joint love of the art deco period and want to bring the glamour of the 20’s and 30’s to their master bedroom.  With a budget of only £1,200 Kathryn has to pull out all the stops to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 3 – Anne Morris, house boat – Bright & Bold

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan”, “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or bring the designer luxury of a boutique hotel to a terrace in Bristol?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Anne Morris who lives on a house boat in East London.    She wants her open plan living, dining space to be bright and bold and reflect her love of strong colours.  With a budget of £6,500 Kathryn sets to work to ‘Get the Look’ transforming this unloved boat into a stylish modern masterpiece.

Episode 4 – Keeley & Steve – Mid Century Modern

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan”, “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or bring the designer luxury of a boutique hotel to a terrace in Bristol?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with  genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Keeley Harris and Steve Rosendale in Kippax near Leeds.   They want their open plan living, dining space to be a mid century modern haven for a budget of only £2,500.  With its fake marble fireplace and bland featureless furniture Kathryn’s got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 5 – Faye Hunter – Shabby Chic

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Faye Hunter in Cardiff.   She wants a charming shabby chic living room that practical enough for her family and all for a budget of £1,200. With scribbled on walls, a draughty fire place and unwelcoming sparse furniture Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

Episode 6 – Kim and Alan Leggett – Modern Floral

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Kim and Alan Leggett in Lowestoft, Norfolk.   They want a colourful contemporary floral living room that reflects their personalities, all for a budget of £4,000. As Kim dreams of a room that’s “bloomin’ marvellous” but Alan doesn’t want to be reminded of his nan’s house, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 7 – Natasha Kurash – Rock’n’roll Glamour

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Natasha Kurash and her parents in Hainault.   She wants a room fit for a rock chick that will be a cool hang out for her and her friends, for a budget of £1,500. Having outgrown her fairytale princess room this drama loving 9 year old wants Kathryn to rock her world!  This is going to be a challenge if this room is to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 8 – Joe & Surinder Jouhal – Metallic

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Joe and Surinder in Andover.   They dream of a contemporary metallic living room to relax and entertain friends in, for a budget of £12,000. With dated 1980’s décor, a fireplace that doesn’t fit the room and a tricky large alcove that they don’t know what to do with, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 9 – Lisa and John Ballard – Scandinavian

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Lisa and John Ballard in Oxshott.  They dream of a sleek minimal living room to relax and escape from the children in, for a budget of £2,500. With nothing but blank walls, a concrete floor and a completely empty space, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

Episode 10 – Laura and Ian Rogers – Boutique Hotel

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “contemporary” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in south London the coastal cool of a seaside retreat?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Laura and Ian Rogers in Bristol.   They dream of a boutique hotel style bedroom to rest and relax in, for a budget of £2,500. With dated décor, fitted wardrobes that don’t close with coat hangers in and a fireplace that both doesn’t work and doesn’t fit the room, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out here to ‘Get the Look’.

Episode 11 – Shell and David Dillon-Redmile – Contemporary

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

In this episode Kathryn meets Shell and David Dillon-Redmile in Rushden.  They dream of a contemporary living room to relax in, for a budget of £4,000. With a hole where the fireplace should be, furniture that doesn’t fit the room and a couple who can’t agree on what they want, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 12 – Donna and Mike Bottomley – Moroccan

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

This time Kathryn meets Donna and Mike Bottomley in Bradford.   They dream of a Moroccan living room to display some of their treasured possessions and relax in, for a budget of £2,500. With dated 1970’s décor, a fireplace that doesn’t fit the room and a carpet that could make you dizzy, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 13 – Caz and Steve Fowler – French

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Caz and Steve Fowler in Leeds.   They dream of a grand French living room to relax and entertain friends in, for a budget of £4,500. Formerly used as an office, their living room has lighting that‘s all wrong for domestic living, a damaged floor where office chairs have left their mark and window dressing to make you wince.  This time Kathryn’s really got her work cut out to ‘Get the Look’.

 

Episode 14 – Anna and Peter Bundock – Coastal

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “contemporary” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Anna and Pete Bundock in south London.   They dream of a coastal kitchen and diner to be the heart of their new home and an imaginative place to store Pete’s surf board, all for a budget of £11,000. Starting in a building site with no kitchen, no appliances and no personality, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.

Episode 15 – Panikos and Tina Frangos – White

We have all heard the terms “shabby chic”, “Moroccan” and “coastal” but how do you give a living room in a suburban semi in Northampton the grandeur and opulence of a Hollywood film set? Bring the Art deco of an Agatha Christie murder mystery to Kent? Or give a terrace house in Bristol the designer luxury of a boutique hotel?

Anything’s possible as top interior designer Kathryn Rayward takes on ‘impossible dreams’ and with genuine budgets turns them into reality.

Kathryn will mix vintage with modern, designer with budget and bespoke with high street all in the quest to ‘Get the Look’ all for the right price.

 

In this episode Kathryn meets Tina and Panikos Frangos in Manchester.   They dream of a contemporary white living room to relax and entertain friends in, for a budget of £3,000. Having moved in just one week ago, a baby on the way and with a fireplace that would look more at home in Fred Flinstone’s house, Kathryn’s really got her work cut out in this room to ‘Get the Look’.