ITV1 - Don't Move Improve

17" Widescreen TileVision has been used at a house in Sheffield for the ITV1 show – 'Don't Move, Improve'.The 30 part series, screened in the afternoons, shows people how to unlock the true potential of their homes.

Presented by property expert Michael Holmes (Channel 5's 'Hot Property' and BBC2's 'All the Right Moves') and interior designer Alison Cork ('Home in the Country' and '60 Minute Makeover').

The show is bursting with tips and aims to give viewers as much practical information as possible so they can repeat the successes of the series with their own homes.

The climate of interest rate nerves and exorbitant stamp duty fees mean we could be heading for a 'remodelling revolution', says UKTV Style presenter Michael Holmes. He reckons that UK homeowners will be remodelling their homes in order to increase the value of their properties without all the stress and expense of moving home.

'Really adding space, adding value and creating a dream home without moving makes better financial sense than moving home and giving all that money to the Chancellor', he explains.

'There's going to be a big boom in the awareness of space. So instead of just changing the decoration and cosmetic finishes of their homes, people are going to be far braver about changing the space within their house, knocking walls down and creating through rooms, archways and openings.'

'A remodelling revolution!'

'People want their spaces to suit their lifestyles. Once they become aware of the importance of space and design they can change things without the work being too expensive and too drastic.'

Property expert Alison Cork and property journalist Michael Holmes showed people how to get the home of their dreams without having to move house.

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