Another Sunday, another rollercoaster of emotion on Room to Improve
Last night Dermot was in Sutton where he was helping a young couple, Hannah and James, redesign the 1960s home Hannah grew up in. As usual, it wasn't without its trials and tribulations, as they were initially way over budget and the mezzanine had to be thrown out the not-so-frosted window, while there was some questionable placing of a stove.
As we've come to expect, it all worked out well in the end, and if you weren't watching it, Twitter was the next place be to follow the architectural drama of it all.
Who else spends the half hour after #RoomToImprove ends going back over all the tweets? ðŸ˜‚
— Philip Nolan (@philipnolan1) February 19, 2017
"Okay, what's your budget?"
"Eh, a tenner and a bag of Monster Munch." -Me on #roomtoimprove
— Cupid or Cats (@janey_b_good) February 20, 2017
— Ciarán Allidine (@Allidine) February 19, 2017
How did they manage to pick the window colour without being able to see a railway station?! #roomtoimprove
— Leslie Ann Horgan (@LeslieAnnHorgan) February 19, 2017
— Stephen Delaney (@mildly_famous) February 19, 2017
Mezzanine is Italian for "notions" #roomtoimprove
— James Spillane (@jamus_spillane) February 19, 2017
If the Troika heard we were back building mezzanines they'd be back over like a shot #roomtoimprove
— Richard Sheehan (@risteard69) February 19, 2017
We really like straight-talking Lisa but...
— Siobhán Doyle (@thekickart) February 19, 2017
#roomtoimprove Next week Dermot takes Donald to China to see a wall that is already built to get some ideas before his build starts.
— Padraig McGrath (@pmcgrath03) February 19, 2017