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Overview

Britain’s Ugliest Rooms are transformed from grim to gorgeous by charismatic interior designer, Gordon Whistance, whose frank comments and abundant sense of humour are matched by his talent for creating eye-popping transformations.

Members of the public nominate their hideous rooms that are crying out for a makeover.  No room is too ugly and no project too hopeless as Gordon takes on the unsightliest rooms the UK has to offer. He discovers the homeowners dream and devises a plan for them, and then banishes them and sets to work. As he works Gordon lets us in on his trade secrets and shows ways to make features and accessories yourself. The homeowners return and are gobsmacked by the results.

Episode 1

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode his challenge is Noellene Ketley’s hideous kitchen nightmare in Rochdale. With it’s lack of space, clashing cupboards and ugly peeling wallpaper, will Gordon be able to transform it into the sleek, contemporary kitchen of her dreams?

Episode 2

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he confronts Dawn Long’s eyesore of a sitting room in Abingdon. With it’s garish floral carpet, dated wood veneer and hideous sofas, will Gordon be able to transform it into the beautiful, family space she longs for?

Episode 3

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he tackles Laurie Davidson and Wayne Lidbetter’s grim 60’s dining room in Epsom. With its swirly, stained carpet, horrific built in fireplace and dated light fittings, will Gordon be able to transform it into an on trend dining room they can be proud of?

Episode 4

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode his challenge is to settle a dispute between the Sedgewick family teenagers and their mum over their exceptionally ugly lounge. With it’s hideous patterned carpet, gaudy 80’s gold borders and dated metallic light fixtures, will Gordon be able to transform it into a contemporary teenage pad these Maidstone girls can happily bring their friends back to?

Episode 5

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he confronts Kashmira Singapuri’s hideous 1980’s lounge in Leicester. With it’s garish red patterned carpet, mint green wood-chipped walls and clashing floral curtains, will Gordon be able to transform it into a sumptuous, classic lounge for her to be proud of?

Episode 6

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he tackles Maxine Mitchell’s horror of a bedroom in Walthamstow. With it’s eyesore fitted wardrobes, cream gloss painted wallpaper and past it swirly green carpet, will Gordon be able to transform it into a chic retreat for this busy mum to relax in?

Episode 7

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he tackles Kelly Trevisani’s eyesore of a bedroom in Bracknell. With it’s vivid yellow paint, pre-historic ceiling fan, and grotesque lime green curtains, will Gordon be able to transform it into her dream bedroom-a room fit for a princess?

Episode 8

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode his challenge is Rebecca Cates and Keith Burden’s vivid red kitchen in Norwich. With its oppressive colour scheme, stained polystyrene ceiling and vile patterned tiles, can Gordon transform it into stylish, modern kitchen for Rebecca to teach her little girl to bake in?

Episode 9

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he confronts Paula and Tim Seddon’s shocking pink bedroom in Liverpool. With it’s garish pink walls, matching sickly curtains and a whole array of drab, mismatched furniture. Can Gordon transform it into a contemporary grown up room with a Victorian twist?

Episode 10

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode, his challenge is Andy and Annie Crossman’s horrendous kitchen in Leyton. With its offensive, patterned wallpaper, vivid orange swirly tiles and mismatched dated floor covering will Gordon be able to transform it into a modern and minimal stunner of a kitchen?

Episode 11

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode his challenge is Deborah Robinson’s and Mike Wheatcroft’s horrendous purple and silver rag rolled bedroom in Stockport. Painted whilst Deborah had had a bit too much too to drink, this horror of a room features, lilac rag rolled cupboards, violet wood-chipped walls, and a clashing dusty pink carpet. Can Gordon transform it into the calm, contemporary retreat they long for?

Episode 12

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he confronts Natalie and David Thompson’s spectacularly hideous bathroom in Wilmslow. With its grim avocado suite, and it’s awful mottled olive tiles, with clashing blue paintwork, will Gordon be able to transform it into the stylish, romantic retreat of their dreams?

Episode 13

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode his challenge is Sam Dawson and Rob Selby’s nightmare of a bedroom in Reading. With its vile pink and maroon colour scheme, a horrendous peach fitted wardrobe and appallingly bad paintwork, will Gordon be able to transform it into the chic boutique bedroom they long for?

Episode 14

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he confronts Sarah Lewis and Rob Holmes’ true horror of a bathroom in Hampton. With its hideous crimson wall to ceiling tiles, matching sunken bath and rectangular maroon toilet, will Gordon be able to transform it into a stylishly, elegant contemporary retreat?

Episode 15

Top interior designer Gordon Whistance is on a mission to makeover Britain’s Ugliest Rooms. In this episode he takes on Louise and Phil Sharpe’s horrendous time warp of a living room in Thorpe Bay, Essex. With its grotesque fireplace, garish mustard carpet and hideous patterned glass door, can Gordon transform it into a cutting edge living room to die for?