George Clarke’s Old House, New Home 25 August 2022: Season 8 Episode 3 on Channel 4


George Clarke's Old House, New Home 25 August 2022: Season 8 Episode 3 on Channel 4 11

George helps a couple turn their dubiously designed, Artex-abound Surrey house into an elegant family home, and tackles a house that’s stuck in a wallpaper time warp. (S8 Ep3) 



About George Clarke’s Old House, New Home

Restoration man George Clarke shows how a modern interior can transform a period home without messing with the home’s history. In each programme, George tackles two very different makeovers on properties from the same architectural era. He focuses on design dilemmas when trying to achieve a stunning modern look in a period home, proving that it is possible to create a perfect blend of old and new, and still celebrate a home’s heritage. Viewers are welcome to watch how homes, such as a 1930s semi in Liverpool or a medieval farmhouse in Kent, can be transformed.

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1 Response

  1. Maureen says:

    I was extremely disappointed to watch the episode on 25th August when George Clarke supported the work being done on 2 older properties in Warlingham and Sydenham.

    Commendably, work had already been done on the former house to strip it back to the brick, revealing the original laths.

    At no point did George Clarke make any mention of this, nor the fact that old houses need to breathe or they develop damp problems. They benefit from lime plaster and breathable paint. It would also have been possible to apply insulating plaster.

    I felt it was a completely missed opportunity. A high proportion of the properties in this country, as he rightly pointed out, are older. Many of the people who live in them would benefit from understanding how best to renovate them, and to insulate them for the future. Instead he created a new layout, but will have helped to create dampness for the unsuspecting homeowners for the future.

    Truly saddening to see.

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