SERIES three of the renovation show Your Home Made Perfect returned with a breathtaking makeover of 150,000 people using the magic of virtual reality.
The BBC Two program on families redeveloping their homes using virtual technology visualizations returned on Monday.
With 2.06 million viewers, the first episode of the new series had its highest audience ever and was the number one show of the day on BBC Two.
The series kicks off with housing agent Shelley and her taxi driver husband Steven looking to renovate their semi-detached house in south London.
In each episode, a family will be presented with two radically different designs from two amazing architects, before deciding which one to build.
Architects Laura Jane Clark and Julian McIntosh used VR technology to show the potential of their renovation concepts.
The couple loved both models, but they went with Julian’s âvery monochromeâ idea.
Her designs created “fluid zones within an open plan to give the family a new connected lifestyle.”
“And the double space added bucket loads of light and drama.”
Laura commented, âWow that’s amazingâ¦ it’s hard to believe it’s the same dark house. The impractical kitchen has been transformed!
Although they were happy with the end results, they went over budget.
With a budget of Â£ 100,000, the total cost of home renovations is Â£ 150,000.
However, the couple were very happy with the finishing results.
The fabulous open plan kitchen featured a designated dining area, simple yet stylish white worktops, and metallic lighting pendants.
There were also contemporary high chairs and a coordinating seating area.
Fans were thrilled the makeover show returned to our screens as one said, “Your home made perfect – love it.”
A second wrote: âObsessed with #YourHomeMadePerfect! “
Another wrote: “#YourHomeMadePerfect I love everything about this show!” So glad he’s back! “
Your Home Made Perfect is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.