This new series sees members of the public de-cluttering their homes. Although, with people barreling out statements like, "If you keep something for seven years you'll find a use for it", the task won't be easy one for new presenter Fiona Wilson. Angie Williams, originally from Liverpool, has been living in Letterfrack for nearly thirty years. She lives in a two-storey artisan cottage with her children Florence and Daniel. Her mother was from the area and Angie has made the west of Ireland village her home. Angie, an artist and wood-turner, grew up in a family of hoarders and, as a result, her own home is full of items that she hopes to reuse or refurbish but unfortunately most of the clutter has been languishing in her home for a lot longer than seven years. There are wooden chairs hanging from her sitting room wall, an old cash register, several stained glass windows, lots of handbags and even a hat that Angie claims can call elephants. With only three days and a limited budget of €2,000, the Desperate Houses team undertake an ambitious design for Angie's sitting room.