INTERIOR Design Masters is over for another year.
Fans of the hit BBC One show are now keen to know if there will be another series anytime soon.
Will there be another series of Interior Design Masters?
There’s good news for fans of Maestri di design d'interni as the BBC has already confirmed that the show will be back for a fourth series.
After the first two seasons proved to be a hit with viewers, the broadcaster announced that two more series would be made and aired on BBC One.
However it is not yet known an exact air date for Interior Design Masters season 4.
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But if the new series follows in the footsteps of previous seasons, it will begin airing in Spring 2023.
Intanto, you can catch up with previous episodes on the BBC iPlayer.
Who won Interior Design Masters?
Banjo Beale was crowned the winner of Interior Design Masters 2022.
Hailing from the Isle of Mull, Banjo is a 36-year-old cheesemonger and marketer.
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Banjo managed to sail his way through to the final having impressed the judges over the seven week competition.
For their last challenge, the finalists had to each redesign a trendy bar in London’s Soho district.
Banjo rose to the challenge and was crowned winner
Where are the Interior Design Masters winners now?
Cassie Nicholas – Winner of season one
In 2019 Cassie was crowned the first-ever winner of Interior Design Masters.
Before going on the show she had earned a degree in Fashion Photography and set up Dig Haüshizzle, a decorative antique store, with her husband Edward in 2010.
Secondo lei sito web, Cassie now works in both residential and commercial interior design.
She also works as a product and interior photographer and stylist and sources antiques for her own antique brand.
Lynsey Ford – Winner of season two
The second winner was Yorkshire-born Lynsey Ford.
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Experienced architect Lynsey, who was pregnant at the time of filming, beat fellow finalist Siobhan Murphy in 2021.
After winning the competition, she was given the opportunity to redesign a two-bedroom suite at Another Place, a contemporary hotel in the Lake District.