A furniture shop specialising in upcycling will feature on a BBC One programme later this year. 

Films crews recently took over Lottie's Emporium in Stanton, near Bury St Edmunds, as part of a segment for the much-loved afternoon show, Money for Nothing.

It followed owner Karen Funston being contacted on Instagram and purchasing a chest of drawers. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Crews spent around three hours filmingCrews spent around three hours filming (Image: Lottie's Emporium)

"They contacted me on Instagram," she said when asked about her appearance on the show.

"They saw my Insta posts and thought the unit would look great in the shop."

She described her happiness when the unit arrived.

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She added: "When it arrived I was so delighted. It was so beautifully done. She spent a lot of time and effort on that. That is why I bought it. I like different things in the shop." 

Mrs Funston spent around three hours with the film crews as they gathered various shots around the Bardwell Road premises.

The episode is expected to air in Autumn 2024.