Media Release: Wednesday October 7, 2020

LifeStyle’s Property Month
Be inspired by the experts in property, design and DIY
All in one place on Foxtel
Available On Demand

This month, LifeStyle looks to those who inspire and help us hone-in on our renovation and property skills, by offering a stellar line-up of local and international design, property and DIY experts and programming all available On Demand on LifeStyle’s Property Month from Sunday October 11 on Foxtel.

Whether you want to spruce up your home in preparation to sell or have decided on your forever home that needs a bit of work, or whether it is those long-overlooked jobs around the house, garden or around the apartment and balcony, LifeStyle offers the best in the business who will help you fall in love with all the possibilities for your home.

Enjoy all the experts in one place on Foxtel from Australia’s leading property expert Andrew Winter, Design guru Neale Whitaker, one of Australia’s most recognised interior designers Shaynna Blaze and Multi award-winning architect Peter Maddison; to our international experts design expert Kevin McCloud, and expert architect George Clarke, presenter and architect Dermot Bannon and Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott.

These experts will invite viewers into their homes, workplaces and on the road as they meet their client’s and visit their homes, and in the process reveal jaw dropping tips and designs, ingenious ideas and perhaps challenge your tastes and comfort zone to think outside the square. With more people spending time at home and embracing our new work from home environment, our Lifestyle experts can inspire people to make more room for the things you love, turn that bedroom into a workspace, paint that wall, landscape the garden, fix it, build it, improve it or at least have fun trying.

Group General Manager of LifeStyle Wendy Moore said: “For better or for worse, we are all spending more time in our homes than ever before, and either our love affair with our spaces has deepened, or our need to improve has become even more important. LifeStyle has the inspiration and the experts to help you see the possibilities – you are guaranteed to find your dream home.”

So, make room for life and enjoy all these programs available On Demand including the continuing series and Australian premiere of Island of Bryan on LifeStyle HOME and Property Brothers: Forever Home in October.

Property Brothers Forever Home (Season 3) Australian Premiere – Thursdays at 8.30pm from October 8 on LifeStyle HOME and available On Demand.
Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott are on a mission to help couples transform their current houses into forever homes—a place where they can put down roots and happily spend their lives. But before that can happen, they need Drew and Jonathan to unlock its full potential. Stakes are high and the pressure is on as the brothers tackle a full-scale renovation, with design and demo hurdles along the way, to turn their house into their forever home. Also look out for Property Brothers Family Flashback which premieres on LifeStyle HOME from November 12 at 9.30pm.

Love It Or List It Australia
They say home is where the heart is, but when a house is divided it calls for an intervention. Real estate expert Andrew Winter and design guru Neale Whitaker are tasked with helping Australian homeowners with one of life’s big dilemmas – renovate or relocate. From floorplans requiring a compass to navigate to homes too small for a growing family, postcode envy and beachside dreams – Andrew and Neale have their work cut out for them swaying homeowners to make the right decision… theirs!

Island of Bryan (season 2) Australian Premiere- Thursdays at 9.30pm on LifeStyle HOME and available On Demand
After a rollercoaster year of construction, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler leave their home and business behind and move their family to an undeveloped island in the Bahamas in order to renovate and restore a run-down beach front resort. This season the resort’s grand opening date is set just a few months away.

Escape To The Chateau
Dick Strawbridge and his partner Angel decided to uproot their young family from the UK and move to France, leaving a 2-bedroom flat in Southend for a 45-room chateau in northern France on 12 acres of land. This series follows the Strawbridge family over a year – from shopping for a chateaux to overcoming huge hurdles to transform this wreck into a stunning home, just in time for their wedding.

Ugly House to Lovely House
Expert architect George Clarke shows that, by using cutting-edge design, even the ugliest house on the street can be transformed into a home to be proud of. He teams up the owners of some of Britain’s drabbest homes with some of the UK’s leading architects. From a tired 1960’s A-frame house to a family house with a 1980’s extension, each architect breathes fresh life into the properties and proves that great design doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Grand Designs Australia
Host and multi award-winning architect Peter Maddison follows new homeowners – all driven visionaries with a dream to change their lives and Australia’s architectural landscape forever. The backdrops are as varied as they are stunning, as Peter travels around the country showcasing many eccentric and unique grand designs as it does modern masterpieces.

Grand Designs
Presented by design expert Kevin McCloud, Grand Designs charts the in-depth process of ambitious design projects, from the initial detail of blueprints, to the long and often gruelling task of turning the designs into a practical living space.

Deadline Design with Shaynna Blaze
Shaynna Blaze sets out to take on her biggest and most personal project yet in this inspiring renovation series and for the very first time will invite viewers into her own creative and complex world as a working interior designer. This series follows the journey of a real-life home-owner who employs Shaynna and her design company to renovate their space.

My Dream Home
The Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott are determined to help couples find, buy and transform extreme fixer-uppers into the ultimate forever home, and since it’s hard to see beyond a dated property’s shortcomings, they’re using state-of-the-art CGI to reveal their vision of the future. Can they convince these hesitant homebuyers to take a radical risk? And can they complete their ambitious project on time and on budget?

Escape to the Chateau: DIY
The spin-off show to ‘Escape to the Chateau’, but this series follows sixteen British owners of amazing chateaus – aged from the 10th to the 18th Centuries dotted throughout every nook and cranny of France – are desperately trying to renovate and convert their (usually run-down) French castles into amazing, fairy-tale homes and money-making businesses.

George Clark’s Old House New Home
Britain has some of the most beautiful historic houses in the world; from Victorian to Gothic, Arts and Crafts to Georgian – there are different architectural styles on every street across the country. But there’s a problem; the way houses were built years ago just doesn’t work for us today. Architect George Clarke gets under the skin of homes with history to unlock their potential and creates stylish solutions for period properties and make them fit for 21st century living.

Room To Improve
Ireland’s favourite presenter and architect Dermot Bannon sets out to create a diverse range of beautifully designed and cleverly built homes for a wide range of clients in locations from the Dublin suburbs to the wilds of Donegal. Dermot is tested to his absolute limits with budgets with budgets raining from €.35,000 to .€120,000 and remodelling homes from concept to completion to make their household dreams come true.