House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Tuesday 13th March 2012 15.30-16.00


Ann Maurice continues the retrospective of her 10 favourite episodes with a property in North East England’s Wear Valley, which lacked the necessary touches to transform it from a house into a home, and had a colour scheme so garish it had her reaching for her sunglasses – and a large tin of cream paint.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Wednesday 14th March 2012 08.00-08.30


Ann Maurice recalls a makeover on a period property in Bow, east London, being badly let down by a neglected patio area, a misused master bedroom and an uninviting bathroom suite. A cluttered area in the lounge was transformed into a beautiful dining space to match the changes made upstairs.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Wednesday 14th March 2012 08.30-09.00


A makeover on a three-bedroom Victorian semi in Camberley, Surrey, marred by eyesores including a blocked driveway, dirty lounge furniture and several unfinished DIY jobs. The property received a thorough spring clean and a lick of paint in neutral shades.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Wednesday 14th March 2012 15.00-15.30


Ann Maurice recalls a makeover on a period property in Bow, east London, being badly let down by a neglected patio area, a misused master bedroom and an uninviting bathroom suite. A cluttered area in the lounge was transformed into a beautiful dining space to match the changes made upstairs.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Wednesday 14th March 2012 15.30-16.00


A makeover on a three-bedroom Victorian semi in Camberley, Surrey, marred by eyesores including a blocked driveway, dirty lounge furniture and several unfinished DIY jobs. The property received a thorough spring clean and a lick of paint in neutral shades.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Thursday 15th March 2012 08.30-09.00


Ann Maurice recalls a makeover on a three-bedroom house in Cheltenham, which contained a multitude of conflicting designs and patterns, from Japanese screens to Indian cushions and Mexican tiles. With her help, the dining room was restyled into a multi-functional space and gave the master bedroom an elegant, calming touch.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Thursday 15th March 2012 15.30-16.00


Ann Maurice recalls a makeover on a three-bedroom house in Cheltenham, which contained a multitude of conflicting designs and patterns, from Japanese screens to Indian cushions and Mexican tiles. With her help, the dining room was restyled into a multi-functional space and gave the master bedroom an elegant, calming touch.

House Doctor: Ann’s Top 10

Friday 16th March 2012 08.00-08.30


Ann Maurice recalls a makeover on a three-bedroom house in Norwich, which suffered from an ill-advised Moroccan theme and a lack of storage space. The Californian designer showed the owner, an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, how to make the property appear less exotic, with a calmer colour scheme and a well-furnished conservatory, helping it to look worthy of the £189,000 asking price.