Canvas prints, supplied by CanvasRus
, have been showcased as part of Harrow’s show renovation
; rectifying the half finished and dangerous loft conversion and extension that Mr John Geurin (accused cowboy builder) had left the Green family with.
Dominic Littlewood and Melinda Messenger are back for series 4 of Cowboy Builders on Channel FIVE
, 8pm on Wed nights. Harrow’s show sees Dom and Melinda helping the Green family after their encounter with a cowboy builder called John Guerin, and his then company Bluewood Construction.
Dominic Littlewood jumps in to investigate John Guerin and finds that this particular builder, and his many construction companies, already has 26 complaints made against him to Trading Standards (between 2006 – 2009).
Melinda Messenger waves her magic wand on site - two weeks of renovation and decoration work begins to rebuild the Green’s family home undoing the mess left by builder John Guerin.
CanvasRus was initially approached by the Cowboy Builders research team asking if they would like to donate prints on canvas to help decorate the successfully renovated home.
The canvas prints chosen to decorate the newly plastered walls were all carefully thought about by the TV show’s design team. They wanted to add sentiment and warmth through the canvas wall art. For the Grandfather’s bedroom – CanvasRus was asked about their Collage Canvas
service. Seven personal photographs of the family were sourced and uploaded direct to the CanvasRus website
to create a landscape canvas photo – shown above.
The new loft conversion was finally made safe and finished to become the sons "crash pad" as Melinda called it. With a stunning red feature wall and chequered flooring this room needed wall art that would be personal and eye catching. Two Opie style prints to canvas were created by CanavsRus’s graphic designer Erin Rafferty. This particular Your Art style
works well in both a modern or more traditional room setting.
For more information on Harrow’s episode or to watch Five on Demand click here to visit Channel FIVE’s website