In line with our previous post on YouTube channels that help homeowners, we’re bringing you Netflix shows on home improvement.
These five highly recommended Netflix shows are not only binge-worthy but can also help you improvise your home.
Read till the end because we’ve some bonus show suggestions for you.
Tidying up and Sparkling Joy
Let’s start with the OG of organizing and decluttering – Marie Kondo.
Her first show, tidying up with Marie Kondo is based on her book on ‘guide to decluttering’ earned Emmy nominations. The simple ways she helped families to get rid of the clutter from their life truly sparked joy.
The show got so famous that Netflix released a new one, Sparkling Joy, in 2021.
Dream home makeover
Shea and Syd McGee run this show. Shea used to post about her home improvement pics on Instagram that got popular among her friends and family. She started to help them solve house problems and eventually started her own business Studio McGee.
They help with one particular space that is troubling a family be it an underutilized space or improvising an existing room. As audience, watch out for tips like how you can bring both moodiness and brightness into a room, adding vertical lines to make the room look taller, and the likes.
Get organized with The Home Edit
Hosted by home organizers Clea and Joanna, this show mainly focuses on decluttering and organizing. But the most exciting part is, along with helping their everyday clients, Clea and Joanna help celebrities as well. So you actually get a peek inside celebrities’ homes (or should we say messy homes?)
Celebrities generally have lots of valuable stuff like their awards, memorabilia, costumes which they can’t just give away. So if you have some similar items and are clueless on how to organize them, you can get a tip or two from this show.
With a whopping 13 seasons, Hoarders seems to be a popular show in the genre. However, this show is about compulsive hoarders and might not cater to your usual decluttering needs. But if this is something that interests you, binge on it.
Interior design masters
This show is like a ‘master chef’ for aspiring interior designers. If you want to a sneak peek into the minds of interior designers, to know why they go for a particular color, design, this show is definitely for you. And of course, you can always take some inspiration for your home improvement as well.
Now let’s get into the bonus shows suggestions we promised.
Designer Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer show property owners how they can turn their rentals into moneymaking showstoppers.
It’s exciting to watch the spaces getting transformed into something else. If you’re looking to put your proper to rent or sell, you can take some creative ideas from this show.
Scuba diving in the living room, museum in a cellar, human-sized dollhouse – you won’t believe these extreme interiors of some houses which look normal from the exterior. Such a fun show to watch.