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After a day advising customers about colour schemes there's nothing more enjoyable than settling down in front of the TV to watch others giving it a go – which is why we were so pleased to see the return of 'The Great Interior Design Challenge'. The BBC Two show is presented by Tom Dyckhoff and aims to find Britain's best amateur interior designers. Each week a group of hopefuls face judges, Sophie Robinson and Daniel Hopwood, to battle it out for a place in the next round and a chance to win the show.
Get the look with our picks from week 1...
Be inspired by Frankie's winning design and use a panel-effect wallpaper.
There's always excitement when our paint suppliers release new colours... but especially when they're from Farrow & Ball.
Farrow & Ball do colour really well and this week has seen the launch of 9 new colours and a wonderful (and slightly barmy) marketing campaign. The colours are held together by a farmyard story, with each colour taking on the guise of a farm animal.
Watch 'The Great Animal Escape':
The new hues are natural additions to the palette of 132 colours and have been crafted by Farrow & Ball's team of experts. They have been designed to be optimistic colours which lift the spirits.
Named after the traditional painter and decorator's dust sheet. Drop Cloth is a darker version of both Shaded White and Shadow White. Not too yellow or grey and will work in any style of home. This will be a popular one!
Vardo is one of the stronger hues from the newly released colours. It is full of life and joy and is the perfect accent colour. It works wonderfully with whites and also sits well with Pavilion Gray or Down Pipe.
Inchyra Blue has been getting a lot of attention and it's easy to see why. A beautiful colour for exterior doors or for walls in modern homes. It's one of those colours that's hard to pin down and that's part of the appeal. It has an immense depth of colour and can read as a blue, grey or even green.
Another colour that has been much in demand. A rich colour that is much cleaner than Mouse's Back and less red than Mahogany. Salon Drab is a colour that will feed the current demand for darker tones in the home.