A BESPOKE furniture brand from Hampshire has announced its debut appearance on a BBC One series.

Fox & Furb, based in Fleet, is a handmade furniture and home furnishings brand, that will be appearing in series two of BBC One's Make it at Market.

Filmed in the Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire earlier this year, the upcoming series will premiere on Monday, November 27, showcasing the journey of budding entrepreneurs in the crafting world.

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This season of Make it at Market introduces a range of talented crafts and artists from across the UK. Among them is Hayley Poulter, a mum of two seeking to change her family's fortunes with her upholstery business, Fox & Furb.

Founded by Hayley, 33, in 2020, Fox & Furb has become known locally for its reupholstery services and bold, bright, and bespoke furniture creations.

The business operates from a cosy workshop where all furniture, home furnishings, and refurbishment work take shape.

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In the show, Dom Chinea and his team of business and craft experts guide participants through transformative challenges, testing their ability to turn their crafting hobbies into viable full-time businesses.

Hayley said: "The Make it at Market series provides an amazing platform to share my passion and creativity behind Fox & Furb with the help of experts in our craft fields and through supportive business guidance.

"We are excited to be a part of this journey, and we hope to inspire others pursuing their crafting dreams to never give up."

The challenges within the series range from creating high-volume products to crafting high-end bespoke pieces with expensive materials.

The participants also face scrutiny on the profitability of their favourite pieces, adding an extra layer of excitement to the crafting experience.