Is there an architecture show-shaped hole in your life? Missing pebbledash, plywood and soft furnishings in every shade of the rainbow? If so, don't worry: Home Rescue is back for another season, with architect Róisín Murphy and builder Peter Finn together again.

Whether fighting clutter, knocking down walls or helping families trim the fat from their lives, the winning team are here to brighten up our days again. 

Just outside the pretty town of Adare, County Limerick stands the equally picturesque, colourful Rainbow Cottage – a tiny, century-old estate house shared by former adventurer Mary McKeon, her daughter Leah and their three dogs.

Rainbow Cottage is fairly cosy. And for ‘cosy’, read ‘teeny’. Downstairs there’s a small kitchen, a bathroom, a living room and off that – what Mary describes as her ‘craft room’. Upstairs, two small bedrooms and that’s it.

Click through the gallery above to see the before and after photos of this Rainbow Cottage.

Over the years, the evolution of clutter and redesign has given rise to some strange hybrids, the strangest of which is the layout of the first floor. Mary currently has to walk through Leah’s bedroom, in through a hobbit sized door, to get to her own bed!

Downstairs the largest room in the house is full of Mary’s craft and upcycling material. In fact, there’s very little space to sneak quietly around in this house, on account of Mary’s extensive collection of craft, materials and unfinished projects.

This week, Róisín and Peter come to the rescue of Mary's Rainbow Cottage home with an aim to declutter and redesign.

Róisín has an elaborate plan to brighten two rooms with just one roof light is the first of many challenges for builder Peter. But with time ticking away and more issues with painting added to the mix.

Will Róisín, Peter and the team change Rainbow Cottage from cramped and cluttered to a crock of gold?

Watch Home Rescue on Tuesdays at 8.30pm on RTÉ One.

Click through the gallery above to see the before and after photos of this Rainbow Cottage.