Your Home Made Perfect, ft. Bushboard Evolve
Your Home Made Perfect is a BBC2 home makeover show that sees architects Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison use virtual reality and visual effects to inspire homeowners with their designs, then plan and complete extraordinary home renovations.
Presented by Angela Scanlon, each episode of Your Home Made Perfect follows a different couple drastically redesigning their home. Episode 1 features Esther and Andy, who redesign their family home with an open plan design, featuring Bushboard Evolve worktop in Luna in their new cooking and dining space.
Esther and Andy chose Evolve in Luna, a clean white in Touch texture, on a white solid core.
Evolve is a compact laminate at just 12.5mm thin, giving it a sleek and contemporary profile that looks right at home in Esther and Andy’s neutral colour palette.
It’s a super tough, fully waterproof and scratch resistant worktop option; the ideal choice for their modernised family home where it must look great as part of the new open plan layout, but perform under the pressures of day to day life.
Although Evolve looks like stone, it doesn’t need to be templated and can be cut to size, shaped and finished on-site. On large projects where time and money is key, this saves a lot time and cost on kitchen installation by eliminating the need for a specialist fitter.
Esther and Andy reinvented their home with an unusual angled extension designed by Robert Jamison, which they decorated in neutrals with lots of natural wood to marry modernity with classic, Scandi minimalism.
Interior designer Sian Astley is the build project manager of the show. She comments, “The architect’s design for the interior was crisp and elegantly simple, using minimal colour and warm wood. The Luna colourway works fabulously with the subtle, understated scheme at the core of the project’s design.”
Sian comments that Evolve met Esther and Andy’s priorities which leaned toward both style and practicality, “Our homeowners were very attracted to the easy clean qualities of Evolve, and its slim, sleek lines.”