Here’s a list of home makeover shows that’ll make you want to remodel your house right away!
Home makeover shows have been a part of our lives whether you’re avid or casual viewers. It influences us to dream about the kind of house we would want one day and it serves as a wish-fulfillment that you get to watch on screen while also oddly satisfying our inner need to keep everything aesthetic and symmetrical. A few traits that make these shows interesting are incredible before and after transformation shots of the house, reactions of the participants, and the effort and drama that goes behind the makeover. These glossy masters of interiors come to the rescue for celebrities to local houses and it’s the perfect solution to binge-watch something on a boring day!
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Get Organized with The Home Edit – Clea and Joanna of Home Edit help their clients organize their mess in a stunning and aesthetic manner.
Dream Home Makeover – Shea and Syd McGee give unbelievable home makeovers to different kinds of families according to their needs.
Marriage or Mortgage – A wedding planner and a real estate agent compete with each other to win the hearts of soon-to-be-wed couples who must choose between a fairytale wedding or their dream home.
Holiday Home Makeovers with Mr. Christmas – Benjamin Bradley and his team of elves bring joy to families by decorating their houses as a Christmas wonderland during the holiday season.
Tiny House Nation – John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin show how small houses can also efficiently manage space whilst looking breathtaking.
Tidying Up with Marie Kondo – Renowned tidying expert, Marie Kondo helps out families busy with their lives to declutter and tidy up their spaces with a few simple tricks she’s followed all her life.
Queer Eye – The Fab five: Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France, Antonio Porowski, Bobby Berk, and Karamo Brown are the perfect team to help people not only turn their homes around but also their inner selves shine the brightest.
Stay Here – With people offering their homes as rentals for a source of income becoming highly common these days, interior designer, Genevieve Gorder, and real estate expert, Peter Lorimer give a perspective on how they can offer the best features and amenities to their clients.
Interior Design Masters – A group of aspiring interior designers compete against each other by re-modeling local homes to win a life-changing contract with a top hotel in London.
Motel Makeovers – Amid the pandemic, best friends and business partners bring their design ideas and turn an old motel into a go-to getaway paradise.
These escapist reality shows can be your rejuvenation for the weekend and probably even give you some interior design ideas for your home. If you have watched them, let us know your thoughts in the comments down below!
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