Paulette and Gerry Crow and their three children are stuck living in a bland 'box' in Surrey that just doesn't suit them. Kirstie begins by revamping their living room by transforming the French doors with some handmade roman blinds, expertly stencilled with the help of interior decorator Helen Morris. Kirstie takes Paulette and Gerry second hand shopping. And bolstered by antiques expert Orlando Rock, Kirstie helps the couple find some chairs with real character. Twelve-year-old Dan needs a bedroom fit for a teenager. Kirstie decides to make him a new funky bean bag with the help of textile designer Amanda McCrory. Kirstie meets modern rag and bone trader Chris Carey, who runs a fleet of vans and lorries collecting textiles from recycling banks and charity shops to be recycled. 25 tonnes of textiles come into their warehouse each week, with a lot of it being sent abroad to less well off countries. And in her fourth master class voted for by viewers, Kirstie has a go at the art of glass fusion.
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