Whilst on my early morning treadmill run I viewed back-to-back episodes of Selling Houses Australia followed by Better Homes and Garden and was inspired by the designers in action. Both shows were presented with problem spaces and required to develop the space to be of better use and aesthetically more appealing. It was during Better Homes and Gardens that I realised how relevant these programs were to my study. The producers had employed fashion designers Peter Morrisey, Camilla Franks and Charlie Brown. All three designers were required to work beyond their discipline and convert their designated area into a practical, aesthetically appealing space. These designers employed their design thinking skills to ensure they successfully completed the task at hand. Some of these skills were explicitly evident throughout the show.