Interior Design Masters is officially back for its third series on BBC One with presenter Alan Carr and head judge and former editor of Elle Decoration, Michelle Ogundehin.
The BBC series made its return on Wednesday, March 9 at 9pm and will air every week on the same day at the same time as a new batch of aspiring designers go head-to-head with the hopes of getting their big break in the world of commercial interior design.
Each week will see the designers take on a new interior design challenge ranging from show homes, shops and restaurants to beach huts, bars and luxury holiday villas. The contestants will need to showcase their brightest ideas and pull out all the stops to wow Michelle and the esteemed guest judge joining her that week. You can read more on the 2022 guest judges here.
At the end of every challenge, the weakest designers will find themselves on the sofa to face the judges, with at least one being eliminated. But who has left the show so far? Here are all the details.
Who’s left Interior Design Masters 2022?
Richard – week one
Richard, 29, from Birmingham was the first to be eliminated from the series.
The interior stylist, who described his style as abstract colourist, was sent home after a challenge that required the contestants to transform five upmarket rental apartments in Cornbrook, Manchester.
Richard made his own velvet curtains for the task, which he sourced and cut himself. But Michelle wasn’t impressed by the drapes, particularly due to the length.
“I’m instantly distracted by the shortness of the curtains, what is that about?” she said. “I’d like to believe that that is not a deliberate decision.”
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