Have you got big ideas about your small spaces? Thinking about converting, extending or simply re-designing part of your home? Do you want to make innovative use of your underused space?
Room 4 Improvement is a brand new format that employs a team of experts to help inspire spatially challenged homeowners. Whatever their ideas are, if they’ve got the money, the time and the inclination, this team of experts will provide the very best inspirational and practical advice.
Programme 1: Foxrock
Room to Improve starts with Margaret and Jodie Burke who plan to renovate the family home in Foxrock.
Programme 2: Clonakilty
Pádraig Whooley and Lorraine Dufficey spent €265 thousand on their remote cottage at Rossmore in West Cork, they knew that – while the hilltop location was ideal – the house was far from it.
Programme 3: Laytown
Dermot is in Laytown, co.Meath, with a budget of €60,000, Dermot’s worry “is even if you took away the shoddy workmanship you’d spend the 60k, this is a really difficult one…”
Programme 4: Dalkey
Dermot is in Dalkey, with a budget of €180,000, he must come up with an innovative design to match their exacting requirements within the confines of an incredibly tight site.
Programme 5: Clontarf
Dermot is in Clontarf, with Denise and Ben who desperately want a second bathroom for their family home, but their budget is limited.
Programme 6: Tullow, Co. Carlow
Dermot is in Tullow, with Tom and Lisa who want to renovate their 19th century farmhouse.
Programme 7: Dundalk
Yvonne and John live in a housing estate in Dundalk with their two children. Four years ago, they decided to buy their next-door neighbours house. The house has been unoccupied since they bought it. Going against the norm, they have decided to knock two houses into one.
Programme 8: Sutton
Jim and Siobhan Doyle live in a beautiful old house over looking Dublin Bay in Sutton. See Dermot Bannon transform the rambling old house into a beautiful new space.