Edward and Carla are in Sewing World. He's got two flat white bedsheets upon which they're going to stencil a pattern, and make a curtain for the bathroom entrance. He says he's trying to bring in the "Indonesian look of henna, where they paint on the hands and all that." I think mehndi's more Indian than Indonesian, but as usual for cultural and religious ripoffs and references on this show, the designers are vague at best on the facts. The stencil itself is sort of a scrolly, floral pattern. Edward shows Carla how to dab a big sponge in brown paint and "pounce" the paint onto the fabric. He seems to be using the furniture paint, so I doubt these curtains are going to be washable.
MPDP helps Hildi's team roll up the carpet. Jill tells MPDP that her neighbours hate the carpet and will be thrilled that it's gone. When MPDP learns that the carpet's not glued down, she comments on how easy it's going to be, but then chides herself for using the word "easy," thinking she may jinx things.
Edward and Carla keep stencilling.
Hildi and her team haul the carpet out of the house.
Edward and Brent staple brown fabric to the wall behind the bed, up to the ceiling. Boy, I really do not like chocolate brown and bright yellow together. It reminds me of McDonald's uniforms and restaurants from the '70s. Edward explains that he's using the fabric to extend the look of the headboard, and that they'll put upholstery tacks down each side.
Amy Wynn begins installing the end wall for the shelving unit as Hildi explains it to the team.
Edward shows MPDP a small face from a pair of framed pictures, probably from Jill's collection, indicating an image he's going to replicate. I guess it's supposed to be an image of the younger Buddha's face, with very long, exaggerated earlobes. MPDP's impressed. She asks whether the pair of framed pictures is going back in the room. It is, though Edward's bought a new frame so that it will coordinate with his colour scheme. MPDP, cutting up some fringe or cording, asks where Edward is going to have his touch of black. He says it will be on the cording on the lambrequins and the duvet. Frink asks me what a lambrequin is and I explain it.