It's the last episode of the series, and George is finally ready to unveil his own small space project. Having bought a 1970s caravan for just £300, George and his team have spent months turning it into an extraordinary holiday home for him and his family, including a bespoke kitchen, a wood burning stove, innovative bedrooms, and a beautiful deck that will enable him and his family to take in the most breathtaking views. Has all the hard work been worth it? Also, George meets a man whose simple plan of converting a shipping container into a garden office proved anything but; and he spends time on the water as a canal boat is cleverly redesigned into the ultimate bachelor pad.
George Clarke's Amazing Spaces. Channel 4: 8.00pm
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