The Best Home Improvement TV Shows To Watch Before Renovating Your Home

Published on 03/24/2021

Redesigning or renovating your home can be a huge project and oftentimes even overwhelming. Now, you may have browsed many magazines or scrolled through Pinterest, but implementing all these great ideas may be difficult. So perhaps you need some assistance from the real experts, which is why we’ve compiled a list of some of the very best home-improvement TV shows to help you out. Do not take up another home renovation project before watching (or rewatching) these amazing shows.

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The Best Home Improvement TV Shows To Watch Before Renovating Your Home

Fixer Upper

The brilliant TV show Fixer Upper first aired back in 2013 and has been a major hit ever since. A Texan couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines help families out by choosing a fixer-upper home and then rebuild and fix it into something so beautiful and super luxurious. For those who are looking for complete home renovation inspiration, this is definitely the show for you. The show was so widely popular, it has even been nominated several times over the years.

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

People who love watching TV will definitely know about the amazing show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Although it was largely popular during the mid-2000s, it is still one of the best makeover series. Not only is jam-packed with creativity and inspiration but many times it can be quite a tear-jerker too. For those who are unsure of what we’re talking about we’ll fill you in…the series is about a large team of experts, contractors, and builders who renovate an entire home over the course of just a few days. Pretty much all the time, the transformations are unbelievable. Make sure you take a look at this show!

Million Dollar Decorators

Don’t have a budget and looking for genius ideas for interior decorating? Then you better watch Million Dollar Decorators. Although the TV series only aired for 2 seasons, it’s without a doubt one of the most exciting shows out there. Million Dollar Decorators follows four L. A. based interior designers in and their multimillion-dollar-budget clients, many of which also include celebrities. Naturally, the projects are done in some of the exclusive and fanciest homes.

Trading Spaces

Trading Spaces debuted on TLC back in October 2000. The American reality TV series aired for nearly 10 years and was extremely popular during that time. Despite the fact that the season ended a few years ago, so many people all around the world are still very much obsessed with this super show. So what exactly is all the fuss about? Well, Trading Spaces is still considered to be the best of the best when it comes to home-design show, it even had numerous spin-offs that were also excellent.  Two sets of neighbors get to redecorate one room in each other’s house, one, on a small budget (of $1,000) and two, with help from a professional interior designer. Each designer brings his or her own creativity and vision to the project. But there’s a catch, both teams are kept completely out of the loop about the design being completed in their own home. So, some reveals are not always how we expect them to be…