RTÉ One 8.30pm from Tuesday February 16th 2021

One of Ireland's favourite lifestyle shows Home of the Year is back for a seventh series with two new judges at the helm. This year returning judge, architect and founding partner of Douglas Wallace Consultants, Hugh Wallace is joined by two new judges, award winning interior designer Suzie Mc Adam and award-winning architect Amanda Bone. 

As a nation we’re still at Level 5 and we’re being encouraged to stay at home. With the new series of Home of the Year you can visit three other houses virtually from the comfort of your own couch (whether it’s a Chesterfield sofa or a hanging egg chair!) every Tuesday for 8 weeks from February 16th. Join judges Hugh, Suzie and Amanda as they take us through the keyhole of 21 stunning homes from the four corners of Ireland. The series features homes in Antrim, Clare, Cork, Dublin, Down, Galway, Kerry, Limerick, Louth and Westmeath.

The seventh series of the hugely popular Home of the Year will champion creativity and showcase individuality and clever design.Over 8 weeks, 21 homes will compete for the Home of the Year title in 2021. From new builds, restorations and re-design the series features people who have created their dream homes. The series this year features a diverse mix of homes including converted mills, a converted schoolhouse, apartments, bespoke architectural new builds, re-imagined cottages and bungalows, DIY homes, restored period homes and vernacular buildings. Looking for individuality, functionality and clever design, the three judges will individually score each of the homes out of 10, the home with the highest combined score in each programme will go through to the final in April, where the ultimate winner will be crowned.   

Home of the Year is produced by ShinAwiL for RTÉ One. Home of the Year is proudly sponsored by Phonewatch. The series starts on Tuesday, 16th February at 8.30pm on RTÉ One and runs for eight weeks.