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The hunt to find Northern Ireland’s House of the year returns
Now in its third series it features a wide range of properties from right across Northern Ireland. Returning as presenter is Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, who said: “Battle commences one more time and I really can’t wait.Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen's official site
House Of The Year is one of my favourite programmes and it seems I’m not alone. Northern Ireland has very much taken this programme to its heart and series three will be the best yet. “Where you live says so much about who you are, how you feel about yourself and how you’d like to be seen by other people. This third series is a fabulous opportunity to show off just how good you are at home making. We’ll be looking for homes that ooze personality and idiosyncratic charm, and who knows there might even be marks off for magnolia.”
And there’s a new face on the judging panel as American designer Michael Tavano joins Des Ewing and Suzanne Garuda. Michael lives and works in Manhattan as an interior and product designer and counts among his clients some of America’s top celebrities. No stranger to Northern Ireland, having been here on holiday many times Michael said: “It never ceases to amaze me the way people make places their own by infusing what they love into the space. House Of The Year is all about that, and this season’s homes do not disappoint!”
This year all properties in the series will feature in the final, each vying for the honour of being named as BBC Northern Ireland’s House Of The Year.
Laurence looks back at the series
I've loved this series; there's been something about the houses this year that's really pushed House of the Year onto another level. The shoots were great although the weather (for the first time believe it or not..!) didn't indulge.......
The final's always an exciting climax but also rather bittersweet because it means the series is over and I'm released back into the wild to be put out to TV stud. I really hope I'm back soon.......