Dowsing & Reynolds featured on George Clarke’s Old House, New Home
Did you see our lighting, switches, sockets and hardware on George Clarke’s Old House, New Home on Channel 4?
Old House, New Home is back on Channel 4 and it champions the power of great architecture to transform undervalued and unloved British homes into exciting spaces in which to live.
In each programme, innovative and awarding-winning architects will grapple with an “old” house and remodel it into a home that works and excites the owners.
Season 7, Episode 2: Sarah and Rachel’s Victorian Terrace in Worthing
Taking inspiration from Japan, George Clarke helps transform Rachel and Sarah’s Victorian terrace into a fabulous space they can call home. Using a statement bubble chandelier in the kitchen, beautiful kitchen door handles and sleek black switches and sockets, they’ve stamped their individual style on this old house, making it their own.
- Three point frosted bubble chandelier and black switches and sockets in the kitchen
- Mezzaluna handles in the utility room
- Peg wall lights, gold Grosvenor wall light and gold Hive T-bar handles in the bedroom
Season 7, Episode 3: Renovation in Stratford-Upon-Avon
George helps Laura and Jonnie transform their mock-Tudor Edwardian house in Stratford upon Avon into a beautiful home, using Dowsing & Reynolds switches and sockets throughout.
- switches and sockets throughout the house
Season 7, Episode 4: Masum and Maria’s Victorian Terrace in Clapham
George helps to make Masum and Maria’s Victorian terrace into a home that works for the whole family.
- Magni handles in the living room
Season 7, Episode 4: Louis and Sarah’s c16 Cottage in Hove
In Hove, Louis and Sarah take on the upstairs Rookery Cottage, their beautiful 16th-century gatehouse with the assistance of George and the team.
- Neo mint Mezzaluna handles in the nursery.
We absolutely love what they created using our products, and can’t wait to see how George works his magic on the Old houses in the rest of the season. Will you be watching too?
*Overall credit to: Amazing Productions
**Images courtesy of Annabel Moeller Photography