A Kirriemuir property will be featured in a series looking to find Scotland’s Home of the Year.
Tonight’s episode on BBC Scotland will also include a home in Coupar Angus and another property in the village of Stanley in Perthshire.
Architect Michael Angus, interior designer Anna Campbell-Jones, and lifestyle blogger Kate Spiers will visit some truly unique homes over the course of the series, looking for stand-out design and impressive interiors.
The regional heats take place over seven 30-minute episodes, building to the one-hour final in which Scotland’s Home Of The Year is decided.
Humpty House, Lintrathen, near Kirriemuir, will feature tonight in the episode which airs at 9pm.
Designed by its owners, Ben Scrimgeour and his wife Rosemary, the home also houses their architectural practice.
Rosemary said: “It is a contemporary Scottish building which is half family home and half drawing office.
“Humpty House is a 21st century interpretation of a traditional rural agricultural structure.
“The interior is open with long wide oak floor boards, exposed agricultural style steel, enormous shutters and pendant lights.
“We designed many of the building components from our steel roof structure to our staircase, furniture and even the kitchen drawer pulls.”
The house has previously won architectural awards.
The BBC said the judges would travel from Arran to Aberdeen and Boat of Garten to Coupar Angus to find Scotland’s Home of the Year.