Take a peek at stunning room makeovers from this year's Revamp Restyle Reveal

Ten interior bloggers reveal how they transformed their rooms in one month for the Instagram challenge

Revamp Restyle Reveal Lisa Dawson hero image
(Image credit: Katie Lee)

Whether your living room needs an update or you're turning your bedroom into a hotel-style retreat, with a handful of bank holiday weekends on their way, there's never a better time to start planning a room project.

Looking for design inspiration for your spring refresh? We've got just the ticket. In March, ten interior bloggers donned their paintbrushes and took on a room makeover of their own for social media challenge Revamp Restyle Reveal, and it's no exaggeration to say the results are seriously impressive. Scroll down to check out how the bloggers fared...

What is Revamp Restyle Reveal?

If you're into your interiors and love finding inspiration from Instagram, chances are you've heard of Revamp Restyle Reveal. Launched by bloggers Lisa Dawson and Bianca Hall, it's the UK's first Instagram interiors challenge.

Each year, ten interior bloggers don their overalls and brush off their paintbrushes to take on a month-long revamp of a room in their home – with the help of a select few sponsors.

Read on for the big reveal and take a peek inside the homes of this year's challengers...

Lisa Dawson

Lisa Dawson headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Lisa (@_lisa_dawson) is an interiors blogger and writer and co-founder of Revamp Restyle Reveal. She runs Styling Your Home and Instagram workshops across the country and is Real Homes' monthly columnist. lisadawsonstyling.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Family bathroom

[AD] It’s REVEAL DAY and OMG it’s been a good one 😂 Thanks so much to everyone who has followed the @revamprestylereveal blog hop and has taken the time to comment on the bloggers work, your response has been AMAZING! If you haven’t yet hopped your way through, pop to my stories for the link 👌🏻 I definitely took on a pretty big job when I decided to revamp the family bathroom but I’m so glad that I did - it’s literally transformed the space and even more importantly, means that my en suite will no longer be scattered with empty Pringle tubes and muddy football kits #winning 🙌🏻 SWIPE to see the before shot! Thanks so much to our sponsors and to the lovely blogger team whom I am now so happy to count as friends 💜 Bloody LOVE social media 👌🏻If you pop over to @youtube via the link in my stories then you’ll be able to watch the full reveal videos too 📹 Thanks again to all of you who followed along! We’ll be back with Season 4 before you know it ⚡️ . . Tap for tags 🌈 . . #mywestelm #flokk #inspiregreatwork #theblindshop #stylelibrary #aoathome #davidhuntlighting #mysoakstyle #dobbies #capietra #sonos #sonosone #houseproject #renovation #makeahouseahome #myhousemyhome #homeimprovement #interiordesign #houserenovation #homemakeover #homeswithstyle #homeinspiration #actualinstagramhomes #homesweethome #housedecoration #beforeandafter #homestyling #revamprestylereveal #instahome LISA DAWSON

A photo posted by @_lisa_dawson_ on Apr 2, 2019 at 11:02am PDT

Bianca Hall

Bianca Hall headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Bianca (@frenchforpineapple) runs popular lifestyle blog French for Pineapple, where she documents her adventures in DIY and all things interiors. She also co-founded Revamp Restyle Reveal. frenchforpineapple.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Guest room/office

Malcolm Begg

Malcolm Begg of Design Sixty Nine headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Malcolm (@designsixtynine) is an art and design lecturer in Aberdeen. He runs the design and DIY blog Design Sixty Nine, documenting the renovation ups and downs of his three-bedroom terraced house. designsixtynine.co.uk

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Living room

Tamsyn Morgans

Tamsyn Morgans headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Tamsyn (@tamsynmorgans) is a lifestyle blogger, photographer, content creator and stylist. She's worked for brands including Anthropologie and Annie Sloan, and blogs about her own quest to transform an unloved house into an eclectic home. tamsynmorgans.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Attic hangout space

Ross & Ian

Ross and Ian of Our 30s Fixer Upper headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Ross and Ian (@our1930sfixerupper) are undertaking a huge renovation of the 1930s Berkshire home they bought in August 2016. They document their journey on their blog and Instagram account. our1930sfixerupper.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: The dining area of their kitchen

Matthew Shaw

Matthew Shaw headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Matthew (@_matthew_shaw_styling) is an interiors and lifestyle blogger and stylist. He's currently renovating his Arts and Crafts house in Surrey. matthewshawinteriorstyling.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Master bedroom 

Olivia Silk

Olivia Silk of Lust Living headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Olivia (@lustliving) runs an award-winning interior lifestyle blog where she documents her love of all things home. lustliving.co.uk

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Hallway

Daniela Tasca-York

Daniela Tasca York headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Daniela (@danielatascayork) runs a multi award-winning interior design studio. After a background in fashion design, she was crowned the winner of The Great Interior Design Challenge in 2017 before launching her career in interiors. danielatascayork.co.uk

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Master bedroom and en suite

Luke Arthur Wells

Luke Arthur Wells headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Luke (@lukearthurwells) is an interior designer, stylist and lifestyle blogger. He was a contestant on The Great Interior Design Challenge and is currently updating his Victorian terrace. lukearthurwells.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Guest room/office

OFFICE MAKEOVER swipe for the before 👉🏻 [AD] After four weeks of grafting, my new look @revamprestylereveal office/sometimes guest bedroom is over on the blog. The before pic is an old one before we moved in (just as a reminder of that crazy chest of drawers built-into where the fireplace should have been), but this room was pretty much untouched since we got into the house, nicotine-stained woodwork and all (like seriously 🤮). We've now painted, built a new desk and window seat, changed the radiators and restored a reclaimed, once yellow fireplace back to its former glory, as well as working in some gorge new products from the #revamprestylereveal sponsors @westelmuk @we_are_Soak @style.library @zoffanyfw @scionfabrics @harlequinfw @davidhuntlighting @flokk_Design @sonos @ao @ca_pietra_ @theblindshop @dobbiesgardencentres. I'm really happy with how it's turned out – it's a bit of a calm oasis in my house, which is a good thing when trying to concentrate working from home. If you haven't already, also go and check out the other RRR bloggers room makeovers @_lisa_dawson_, @frenchforpineapple, @lustliving, @our1930sfixerupper, @danielatascayork, @_matthew_shaw_styling_, @rocknrollbride, @designsixtynine and last but not least @tamsynmorgans – you can find the links to their rooms at the end of my blog post. Anyways, let me know what you think of the transformation! . . . #houseproject #renovation #homeoffice #makeahouseahome #myhousemyhome #homeimprovement #interiordesign #houserenovation #homemakeover #homeswithstyle #homeinspiration #actualinstagramhomes #homesweethome #housedecoration #housebeautiful #homestyling #interior_design #inspiremyinstagram #instahome #interiordetails #homeinspo #beautifulhomes #ShowEmYourDiy #interiorsforall #interiordecorating #mywestelm #inspiregreatwork #deskgoals LUKE ARTHUR WELLS

A photo posted by @lukearthurwells on Apr 2, 2019 at 11:09am PDT

Kat Williams

Kat Williams of Rock n Roll Bride headshot for Revamp Restyle Reveal

Kat (@rocknrollbride) is an author and editor of alternative bridal magazine Rock n Roll Bride. She is currently renovating her home. rocknrollbride.com

Revamp Restyle Reveal room makeover: Snug

{AD} If you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything and wow, what a BLOODY difference a month can make! Swipe to see what our snug looked like before this project. I mean, DAMN, we did good. There was stress (oh so much stress)... There were deadlines we never thought we’d meet… There were no floor for three out of the four weeks of the challenge but we only went and bloody did it! Those of you that were following us last year will remember that we took part in @revamprestylereveal last summer, where we did our kitchen in a month… Now that was a bloody challenge and a half (and it legit nearly broke Gareth!) so this time we e decided to give ourselves a slightly less taxing room. The only BIG thing that really needed sorting was the joists under the floor. They were all rotten and needed replacing, but Gareth had already done this in our other reception room so we were pretty confident that it wouldn’t be too difficult. OH, HOW WRONG WE WERE (laughs/ cries in equal measure). Well my friends, I take it all back. It may have been Easy Street in theory but as we’ve come to learn these things are NEVER as straightforward as you think they’ll be. Head over to the blog (there's a swipe up in my stories and a link in my profile) for more photos and the full run down of how we pulled our fancy AF boutique hotel inspired snuggly snug off in just 30 days And now, we start packing for that holiday that we VERY MUCH DESERVE! ✈️🌅💦👙 #mywestelm #westelm #flokk #theblindshop #stylelibrary #aoathome #davidhuntlighting #mysoakstyle #dobbies #capietra #revamprestylereveal #rocknrenovation Kat Williams

A photo posted by @rocknrollbride on Apr 2, 2019 at 11:06am PDT

The sponsors

This year's Revamp Restyle Reveal is sponsored by West Elm, Style Library, Soak.com,  Flokk, Ca Pietra, David Hunt Lighting/The Light Shade Studio, The Blind Shop and ao.com , Sonos and Dobbies Garden Centre.

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Ellen Finch
Former deputy editor

Formerly deputy editor of Real Homes magazine, Ellen has been lucky enough to spend most of her working life speaking to real people and writing about real homes, from extended Victorian terraces to modest apartments. She's recently bought her own home and has a special interest in sustainable living and clever storage.