In the second round of this heat, the three remaining designers are working for clients on a smart Georgian terrace in Bath, in a living room each. With views across the city, these are high end homes, so the new look rooms come with high expectations, despite the fact the designers have just three days, £1000 and a small team to help them with their projects. One designer answers their no holds barred brief with ingenious architectural furniture designs, but with concerns over the paired back wall colour, they have to pack enough punch with their orange accessories if they're going to impress. Our second designer struggles to restrain their usual cluttered, chaotic style in order to deliver a sophisticated scheme fitting the Georgian room, and satisfying their exacting client's standards. Meanwhile the final designer attempts to nail a sumptuous, Parisian scheme on a tight budget. However sanding the floors throws up some unexpected issues, and threatens the look of the whole scheme. Presenter and architectural historian Tom Dyckhoff looks into the story of this well-to-do Georgian terrace, while it will be the judges who decide which two designers will go through to the next round, and which one will leave the competition.