Oh great, Channel 4 are trussing Kirstie Allsopp into a slightly different package again. Still, it can't be as disgustingly redundant as Heston Blumenthal's latest guise of the world's biggest food waster. This time around, Kirstie Allsopp looks to the past for inspiration as she helps families transform their neglected and cluttered homes, introducing them to a whole host of new crafts, skills and techniques for interior decoration in the process. 'Cause we all have time to fanny about with bits of felt. New parents Colin Webster and Amber Moss revamp their Edinburgh maisonette, creating 1960s-style interiors with tips from some of Britain's leading designers and artists. As well as making a memory quilt and bespoke orb lights, the couple are shown how to shop wisely when it comes to
Kirstie's Vintage Home. Channel 4: 8.00pm
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