A READING man competing on Interior Design Masters has been eliminated from the show.

Dean Powell starred on the BBC One programme hosted by Alan Carr.

In last nights episode, the contestants had to design their own Shepherd's Hut, which would be used for holiday guests.

The show sees aspiring designers competing each week to transform show homes, shops, restaurants and bar in front of judges including Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Mary Portas and Michelle Ogundehin.

Dean’s very first challenge will be to convert five upmarket rental apartments in Manchester into cool, contemporary spaces with a teammate and just £1,500.

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He also transformed a tired looking hotel room into his signature black design.

However, it was Dean's time to leave the show in last nights episode (April 6).

Speaking on Instagram to his followers, he said: "Wow it’s real I’ve left Interior design masters!

"This week wasn’t my week and if I had to do it again I would of changed my design but not my tiles as they took ages lol but hindsight is wonderful thing.

"Working full time & being dad & trying to be interior master isn’t easy & some point something has to give. It’s really hard as I know I had more to give the show but life as we know can get in the way."

Dean mentioned his proudest moment of designing the hotel room.

He said he wanted to compete in the show to teach his sons 'you can achieve if you put yourself out there'.

Adding: "I can say I’ve done that & I hope when they get bigger they can say it too!! I also wanted to inspire the next generation of interiors design & hopefully get & see more diversity."