10 Home Makeover Shows That You'll Love to Watch
10 Home Makeover Shows You Shouldn't Miss
If you love seeing a before and after or a married couple fight over sconces then you can't miss these other renovations shows!
1. Fixer Upper
If you haven't heard of Fixer Upper, where have you been?! Married couple, Joanne & Chip Gaines help homebuyers spruce up old homes in Waco, Texas. Heartwarming, endearing, and delightful, it's an easy show to watch.
2. Flipping Out
This show packs a punch. Designer, Jeff Lewis holds nothing back to his clients and employees. With a ten seasons down, you'll surely be entertained and in awe of the Los Angeles properties he flips.
3. Trading Spaces
This classic TLC show is back with some of the original designers and carpenters. If you were a fan many years ago, you'll love the reboot.
4. House Hunters Renovation
Simple and straight to the point House Hunters Renovation will have you rethinking your kitchen. Follow couples who purchase their dream home but have to change a few things first...
5. Queer Eye
RUN do not walk to devour this reboot on Netflix. Same premise, new guys. It's hilarious, inspiring, and heartwarming. You'll be heartbroken when you speed through all episodes. But fear not, Queer Eye has been renewed for a second season.
6. Property Brothers
Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott have had a successful television show for years now. Drew has a background in real estate and twin brother Scott, is a contractor. Brothers and business partners, what could go wrong?!
7. Flip or Flop
Flip or Flip has seen a lot of publicity recently, due in part to a divorce. Regardless of marital status, this renovation show takes moderately priced homes and adds immense value to them.
8. Million Dollar Decorators
If you want to see other people spend rich people's money, then sign right up. Chic and snappy Los Angeles designers take their client's homes to the next level, sometimes butting heads with each other.
9. This Old House
Old homes need a lot of work and PBS knows how to fix them. With antique and vintage pieces, carpenters, home owners, and designers have to be extra careful in this popular show.
10. First Time Flippers
Do you ever watch a home design show and think, "I can do that"? Well this show will prove that flipping is not as easy as it looks. Commiserate with home buyers trying to do it themselves.