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Home Improvement Shows to Binge Watch On Netflix Right Now

Looking for a good home improvement show to give you some great ideas? These are our favorite binge-worthy ones on Netflix.

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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

Do you want everything in your home to spark joy within you? Then you’ll want to watch “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.” The decluttering queen’s home organization tips are taking the world by storm. This home improvement show follows Kondo as she meets with families and helps them to regain control of their homes through the art of tidying.

Think you have what it takes to be a tidying expert? Here’s how to become a certified Marie Kondo consultant.

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Amazing Interiors

You don’t need to be a millionaire to create an extraordinary home. All you need is some creativity to make your home a work of art. The people featured on “Amazing Interiors” have transformed the inside of their seemingly normal looking homes into spectacular labors of love. These homeowners have made their interior design dreams come true with designs like the Chicago Cubs Cave, the Aquarium House and more.

These resort homes of the rich and famous are so incredible you won’t believe your eyes.

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Stay Here


Stay Here” is a Netflix home improvement show hosted by Peter Lorimer and Genevieve Gorder (shown here) who help homeowners transform their short-term vacation rentals into must-stay tiny hotels. Lorimer and Gorder show property owners how to increase their rental property income by giving their interior design and amenities a much-needed boost.

This is a must-see show for people who rent properties on Airbnb. Lorimer told TV Insider that he gets lots of feedback from people saying that the show has helped them to rake in lots of new income. Don’t rent on Airbnb without knowing these 14 tips first.

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Cabins in the Wild with Dick Strawbridge


Have you always dreamed of building yourself a quaint little cabin in the woods? Well, the builders who compete on the home improvement show “Cabins in the Wild with Dick Strawbridge” will give you the inspiration to go for it. The show follows eight teams who compete to create cabins that are anything but quaint. These structures will serve as the county of Wales’ first luxury pop-up glamping hotel. It gives us proof that we can turn our homes, or our vacation homes, into the ones of our wildest fantasies. Get started planning the cabin of your dreams with these 10 DIY cabin project designs.

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How to Live Mortgage Free with Sarah Beeny


Spending your entire life working just to put a roof over your head probably doesn’t sound appealing to most people. That’s why so many people are looking for alternative living arrangements so they can have the financial freedom to live without being chained to a mortgage.

Neflix’s home improvement show “How to Live Mortgage Free with Sarah Beeny” follows individuals who are building their own homes and finding interesting ways to cut down on housing costs. The show features one woman who refurbished a barge and is living on the water and another person who decided to turn a double-decker bus into a home.

Beeny says that land is the costliest expense when it comes to living mortgage-free. Here are 13 places in the U.S. offering free land.

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Fix It & Finish It


Most American homes likely have at least one project that needs fixing or finishing. Netflix home improvement show “Fix It & Finish It” travels around the country helping families tackle these projects. Anthony Sabato Jr. and his “Fix It & Finish It” crew are sure to help inspire you to tie up that loose end in your own home.

Have you been talking about finishing your basement for years? Here’s how to get the job done.

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To Build or Not to Build


Sometimes the only way to find your dream home is to build it yourself. “To Build or Not to Build” is a home improvement show that follows the brave souls who embark on the journey of building their own dream home. This show will take you through all of the ups and downs of building your own home which can help you make the personal decision of whether to build or not to build. Don’t start building your own home without asking a contractor these 12 things first.

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Instant Hotel


More and more people are turning parts of their home or their second home into rental properties. But you have to know what you’re doing to make a buck. The hosts of “Instant Hotel” are in search of homeowners who know exactly what they’re doing. Australian homeowners on this home improvement show compete for the title of the best instant hotel and a grand prize. This show is sure to help Airbnb listers with making their vacation rentals stand out from the rest. Some of the most enchanting homes in the world can be booked for your next vacation.

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The Apartment


Looking to give your apartment a major makeover? You can get some great ideas from the amateur designers on the Netflix home improvement show “The Apartment.” Contestants are tasked with decorating a room each week on the show to win money or a luxury apartment in a glamorous location.

Just because your apartment is smaller than a house doesn’t mean it can’t feel like home. Learn 10 tricks for making your apartment feel nice and cozy.

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The Great Interior Design Challenge


This British reality TV competition features amateur interior designers who are tasked with speedily making over rooms on a budget. “The Great Interior Design Challenge” typically has contestants compete in a main challenge to transform a room in a client’s home. They also have to perform a smaller surprise feat such as incorporating certain items, like a vintage tennis racket, into their designs

The show is a great watch if you’re looking to stylize your home with limited funds. It’s also good for helping you to steer clear of amateur design flubs.

These are the 7 things an interior designer will immediately see when they walk into your house.

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D.G. Sciortino
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