In the second round of this heat, the three remaining designers take on the challenge of a reception room in the historic model village of Bournville, in Birmingham. Architectural historian Tom Dyckhoff explores the story behind the buildings; a Victorian reimagining of a traditional village. For the designers, the challenge of these larger rooms – with a £1000 budget, over three days – is a stretch. One shows skill with a clever technique to rejuvenate an old armchair, but proving they can bring together an eclectic, bohemian look is seemingly impossible. The second designer impresses with an outstanding window treatment, but could ruin their chances by drawing on the arts and crafts period of the property rather than sticking to the more modern brief requested. Meanwhile the last designer works hard to create glamour on the tight budget, but ideas like using an ornate frame around the television and replacing a perfectly good carpet could jeopardise their chances. With two places on offer in the next round, it's down to Sophie and Daniel to decide who displays enough talent to remain in the competition.