Viewers of Masters in Interior Design with Alan Carr are left behind as a contestant drives a SCREW into a wall during a DIY failure
- Interior design masters starring Alan Carr left hysterical over DIY failure
- Contestant Molly Coath drove a screw into a wall during a makeover
- Viewers wondered how she could have been wrong about something so basic
Viewers of Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr were left hysterical when a contestant drove a screw into the wall.
The remaining eight designers were split into teams of two and tasked with transforming the common rooms at Gordano School in Bristol.
In a disconcerting moment, interior designer Molly Coath seemed to forget the DIY basics and started driving a screw into the wall, instead of a nail.
Failed DIY: In a disconcerting moment, interior designer Molly Coath (pictured) seemed to forget the DIY basics and started driving a screw into the wall, instead of a nail
The moment didn’t go unnoticed by viewers, who wondered if they were ‘seeing things’
The moment didn’t go unnoticed by viewers, who wondered if they were “seeing things.”
One wrote: ‘Has anyone else seen this designer drive a screw into the wall? #masters of interior design.’
Another tweeted: ‘Look at #interiordesignmasters and am I going blind or is this person hammering a screw? I don’t know much about DIY, I suck at DIY but it’s not something you do, right? »
To screw! Molly took a hammer to a screw in a moment that caught viewers’ attention
Viewers were left puzzled and asked how an aspiring designer could make the mistake
A third added: ‘Masters of interior design, why again were these people chosen? If I caught Dali or Escher breaking a screw with a hammer, I’d kick them immediately, I’d sort out #diy #interiordesignmasters.
Before the task, the designers had to present their ideas to the students of the school.
The teams developed plans reflecting the individual accomplishments, colors and mascots of the school’s four houses, while ensuring that the hall remained functional.
The large-scale construction proved stressful for the designers who struggled to balance their young clients’ brief with their own tastes.
The remaining eight designers were split into teams of two and tasked with transforming the common rooms at Gordano School in Bristol. Dynamic duo Amy Davies and Dean Powell wowed with their ‘edgy, urban’ take on the common room and won the challenge
Paul Andrews and Fran Lee came in second with their flexible workspace
Dynamic duo Amy Davies and Dean Powell impressed with their “edgy, urban” take on the common room and won the challenge.
Print designer Amy created a bespoke wallpaper that guest judge Sophie Robinson called “super cool.”
But two teams ended up at the bottom and had to be eliminated. Banjo and Molly’s enduring, brightly colored creation divided the judges.
“Queen of Color” Sophie walked into the room and immediately fell in love with the bold scheme, saying, “I dig this color palette and love that it’s used in these dramatic blocks…This completely sucked me into the space already.’
Banjo and Molly’s brightly colored enduring creation divided the judges (pictured)
Eventually, Rochelle and Abi’s sports-inspired communal hall fell flat and the designers were sent home
But series judge Michelle Ogundehin was unconvinced, saying, “I think it’s quite ‘combative’ because it’s all so alive.”
Ultimately, Rochelle and Abi’s sports-inspired common room fell flat and the designers were sent home.
The designers had used fake grass on the wall in a way that left Michelle confused.
“I loved your big emblem,” she said. “But the house color was purple and it was on a green wall.”
Meanwhile, Sophie thought it needed polishing up.
She said: “The execution really let them down, things not being cut in a straight line and the letters hanging all in one fell swoop.” It really affects the feeling of space.