Joy is a 57-year-old retiree who has an obsession with collecting vintage toys, games and dolls. With two of her bedrooms and her study packed to the rafters with stuff, Joy keeps on adding to it, and now her home would put most toy museums to shame. Six years ago, Joy's husband Dennis convinced her to turn her compulsive collecting into a business and open a shop. Sadly a year later, Dennis became ill with terminal cancer, and even though the shop had to close, with the entire stock coming back home with her, Joy continued buying more toys and dolls on a regular basis. Now ready to move on from the past and focus on a more positive future, Joy wants to put a halt on her collecting. She is hoping to become a foster carer, but her house needs to look more homely for this to happen. Enter Nick and Abigail, who will help Joy get her life back on track. When Joy's hoard is taken to the warehouse, there are enough toys to fill an entire floor of famous toy store Hamleys. The collection includes: over 500 Barbies; 250 teddy bears; hundreds of toy cars; thousands of doll parts including legs, heads and arms; and finally the dolls themselves – over 2000 of them. Nick's keen eye soon spots some rare and possibly valuable dolls within Joy's collection, so hopes that he can make enough to fund Abigail's redesign – a glamorous and whimsical Victoriana theme which she hopes to get £2500 to complete. Things begin well when Nick puts Joy's old selling skills to use on a stall in London's Portobello market, and a trip to a vintage toy auction proves particularly fruitful. Can Abigail match Nick's success and bring Joy's home back to its best?