Design Doctors Season 2

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Design Doctors, is back for a second series with a new dynamic design duo, Aoife Rhattigan and Garry Cohn. The series gives us a sneak peak into the world of interior design and allows us to see just how the designers create such unique concepts, execute them meticulously, all while giving confidence and inspiration to six desperate homeowners. Design Doctors, is back for a second series with a new dynamic design duo, Aoife Rhattigan and Garry Cohn. The series gives us a sneak peak into the world of interior design and allows us to see just how the designers create such unique concepts, execute them meticulously, all while giving confidence and inspiration to six desperate homeowners. Aoife and Garry believe that our home interiors can have a massive impact on the way we live. From cramped or cluttered spaces, to beige rooms with no individuality, good design and a clever use of colour can inject a much needed dose of personality into our homes. Celebrated internationally for their eye-popping interiors, from high-end homes and luxury hotels to fashion forward retail design these designers push the boundaries to create unique, bold and distinctive designs. Now faced with much smaller budgets, the designers have to get creative to ensure the biggest bang for the homeowners buck. Across the series they will visit inspirational spaces and create jaw-dropping designs. Packed with practical tips, the designers will teach homeowners to embrace new design concepts, which will create space, maximize light and add some imagination into their homes, without breaking the bank.

Episodes

Episode 1

In the first episode of Design Doctors, the team have to blend two styles to create a look both husband and wife are happy with. Because the couple has two very different aesthetics, with Brendan liking more masculine pieces such as leather armchairs, and Samantha having a passion for pastels, the designers need to work hard to create a look that both Samantha and Brendan are happy with. With dramatic high ceilings, the hall and office are crying out for a cozy finish, but with Samantha’s fear of dark colours, the designers have their work cut out to gain her trust.

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Episode 2

In the second episode of Design Doctors, Anne and Mike Loughman get a makeover for their Templeogue home. After years of conversation and quotes from builders they need the Design Doctors help to finally solve the light problem, and give them the house they so badly want. And with a love for all things organic and natural, the designers are keen to truly bring the outdoors indoors and use clever design and décor tricks to gain more light and give the couple their dream home.

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Episode 3

In the third episode of Design Doctors Pauline and Matt Colgan find a solution to their empty patio space and create a new bedroom for their 2-year-old son. Pauline and Matt Colgan built their home and moved in 5 years ago. They need the Design Doctors help to find a solution to their empty patio space so that they finally make use of it. And with Ben turning three soon, they are desperate to design a new creative bedroom full of colour, but don’t know where to start.

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Episode 4

In the fourth episode of Design Doctors the client, Malini, wants the Design Doctors to help her find confidence when it comes to knowing what designs suit her home. A slave to beige, the designers are keen for Malini to express her vibrant personality in her home, and teach her how accessorizing with colour can be an easy safe first step. Designing with the two young children in mind, the designers create some clever storage solutions for the family, and by zoning the layout of the new open plan rooms they give Malini a transforming space which can be a playroom or an office.

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Episode 5

Ger and Mick have recently relocated their growing family to Tipperary, as Mick took over the family dairy farm. They moved into Mick’s parents house, and are keen to update the décor and put their own stamp on the home. Without knocking walls, the designers are keen to use what the farm has to offer, so from reclaimed wood to an old swing-set that is fashioned into a chandelier, the designers get clever with paint to create the wow factor without breaking the bank.

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Episode 6

Originally from Tralee, psychiatric nurse Pat bought his home in Stoneybatter 23 years ago with the intention of it being a ‘stepping-stone’ home, but he fell in love with the area and never wanted to leave. Excited by this project, the designers look at ways to create clever storage solutions, and with invisible walls and fold-down dining tables Pat’s home will be unrecognizable when they are done.

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