BBC’s Money For Nothing
We released a press release this morning, announcing my fabric is to be used on the BBC’s Money for Nothing today at 3:45. Now the programme (Money for Nothing,Series 4 Episode 1 of 15) has aired we can fill you in on all the juicy details!
The programme was filmed at Witley Recycling Centre in Surrey. The programme, presented by Sarah Moore, as usual involved finding three items she could salvage, spruce up and sell on for a profit.
Having acquired the sofa from a relative, the sofa was taken to Leigh-Anne and her team at the Bristol Upholstery Collective who really proved their worth. They set to task to cover the sofa and bring it up-to-date using my colourful and vibrant fabric. In fact Sarah even described the pattern as ferocious!
What a difference it made! Have a look at the finished product below.
I’m so delighted with the way Bristol Upholstery Collective have upholstered the sofa, it sings of tranquillity and love. The sofa provides a great example of what you can pull off with some dedication and time. The transformation really is glorious! Thank you to all involved.
For anyone inspired by Money for Nothing and interested in any of my interior range, just visit here to view my cushions and lampshades.
See the live show here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0991g09