Interior Design Masters



Fearne Cotton (2019)

Alan Carr (2021-)


Michelle Ogundehin (series judge)


Darlow Smithson Productions (part of Endemol Shine Group) for BBC Two, 14 August 2019 to 23 March 2021 (16 episodes in 2 series)

Darlow Smithson Productions for BBC One, 9 March 2022 to present


Ten talented young interior designers are set challenges to test their skill and ability. Can they meet the design brief, stay within budget, and put their personal stamp on their creations?

Series judge Michelle Ogundehin is joined by one or more guest judges each week, either experts in the relevant skill or a representative of the client. In traditional style, one elimination each week reduces numbers for the grand final.


2019 Cassie Nicholas
2021 Lynsey Ford
2022 Banjo Beale
2023 Monika Charchula
2024 Roisin Quinn


The show aired at 8pm on Wednesday evenings, and grew a very respectable audience.

Worldwide rights were bought by Netflix, and Interior Design Masters was made available globally shortly after the BBC series ended.

Gained a new base in Brighton for the second series, which made sense for a while given that most of the challenges in that run were in the South East. The show still makes a big deal of being based in Brighton, but it feels increasingly like an odd choice when subsequent series have regularly sent contestants all over the country, including to Scotland and the Lake District, from their inconveniently non-central location.

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