Top 15 Current Home And Design TV Shows.
Here is the top 15 Home and design Tv Shows countdown which is trending and must watch.
Friends and business partners Susannah Stoltz and Carolina Johnson are taking old, forgotten bungalows and giving them a total makeover in their Pacific Northwest city of Spokane, Washington. From wrought iron chandeliers to salvaged cabinets and old driftwood, these vintage hardware-loving ladies are salvaging anything they find, creating beautiful designs with reclaimed materials and giving these classic homes a brand-new life.
14.Small Budget Big Makeover
Muninder Singh Chowdhry the “Transformer” and Vishakha Dholakia Chowdhry the “Imaginator” are going to show you how, with a little money and a lot of creativity, you can give your rooms a magical makeover.They take task of changing the decor in 3 days of time while also take you to the city market where selection of material and fabric creates an interesting factor to the whole series, must say if you are an interior designer it’s not at all necessary to run with high budget just presence of mind can transfer the space into place called HOME.
Episodes generally follow a regular format, with small variations depending on the progress of the build. At the beginning of an episode, McCloud meets the clients embarking on the project; he visits the site with them, and discusses the plans for the building. A computer visualization or computer-aided design view of the intended project is shown. Once ground work commences, he visits the site periodically, following the build progress, noting any changes, hitches or delays; the build frequently runs over budget and completes later than scheduled. McCloud will often do a piece to camera concentrating on any unique materials or features in the house. He visits again once the building is then made watertight, and the first and second fixes have commenced. He makes a final visit to the site in its finished or near-finished state, once the occupants have moved in. A tour of the house is then given; McCloud brings the episode to a close summarizing the house, its construction, and his opinions.
The Block is an Australian reality television series broadcast on the Nine Network. The series follows four or five couples as they compete against each other to renovate and style houses/apartments and sell them at auction for the highest price.
11.Tiny House Nation
Realtors help home seekers find their perfect haven as they show them three different abodes less than 600 square feet and leave them to decide which one suits them the best.
Nicole Curtis is an addict, but she certainly doesn’t see it as a problem. Curtis’ passion lies in the home-restoration business, specifically historic structures in Michigan and Minnesota that have been neglected for years. Curtis buys the properties and brings them back to life, or more accurately, back to their former life, taking pains to restore the homes’ original appearances. And the hands-on Curtis doesn’t just sit back and watch contractors do all the work — “Rehab Addict” follows the do-it-yourselfer as she takes on much of the manual labor herself, with a goal to salvage and restore as much as possible.
9.Ask This Old House
This Old House is an American home improvement media brand with television shows, a magazine and a website, ThisOldHouse.com. The television series airs on the American television station Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and follows remodeling projects of houses over a number of weeks. This Old House is produced by This Old House Ventures, Inc. with WGBH Boston as the PBS distributing station. Warner Bros. Domestic Television distributes the series to commercial television stations in syndication. Time Inc. launched This Old House magazine in 1995, focusing on home how-to, know-how and inspiration. In 2001, Time Inc. acquired the television assets from WGBH Boston and formed This Old House Ventures, Inc. In 2016, Time Inc. sold This Old House Ventures to executive Eric Thorkilsen and private equity firm TZP Growth Partners (although it will continue to have a special partnership deal with its former parent company).
If you’re lucky enough to run into an HGTV/DIY Network personality while shopping for grass seed, don’t run the other way. The happenstance could be your ticket to a brand new backyard. Licensed landscape contractors search home improvement stores for weekend warriors who could use a pro’s expertise. Willing participants are then followed home to commence the “crash” — for two days, the landscape pro and his team of contractors and artisans completely remake the drab backyard into a relaxing retreat worth thousands of dollars. Ahmad Hassan, Matt Blashaw and Chris Lambton alternate as hosts
First-time home buyers are guided through the treacherous and sometimes emotionally exhausting shoals of the process and are given candid advice on what it takes to find the right property — and why buying a “dream home” can turn into a nightmare unless the money part of the equation adds up.
Any real estate agent worth his or her salt will tell you that one of the most important factors in selling your home is making sure it has “curb appeal,” and this show uses professional designers and landscapers to demonstrate how to make a home look attractive to prospective buyers who drive by. The homeowners work alongside the experts on the project, and the show offers tips to viewers on how they can improve the curb appeal of their own homes.
Host and renovator Scott McGillivray shows homeowners with cash problems how to create rental suites in their home, as a way to generate additional revenue to defray mortgage costs. In each episode, McGillivray presents his client with two design options. After they pick the one that meets their needs, the host and his team of contractors renovate the space, with the meticulous McGillivray overseeing a sleek and cost-effective makeover.
4.Love it or List It.
Interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete for the affections of fed-up homeowners looking to either renovate or sell, as Farr transforms their worn-out space into a welcoming one while Visentin works to find them a new home. At the end of each hourlong episode, the homeowners decide if the changes designed by Farr are enough for them to stay in their current home, or if the new property Visentin has found better suits their needs. So whether they love it or list it, the homeowners come out on top.
Chip and Joanna Gaines own and operate Magnolia Homes, a remodeling and design business in Waco, Texas, and “Fixer Upper” shows the process by which the couple turn dilapidated but potential-rich houses into showplaces that are helping revitalize whole neighborhoods throughout central Texas. Chip manages the construction and realty side of Magnolia and Joanna is the lead designer. They also act as part-time counselors to clients who can’t see a structure’s beauty beyond the blemishes. Combined, Chip and Joanna save homes that look hopeless, renovating the imperfect, and revealing them as what they were always intended to be.
Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott aim to help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes. The brothers use state-of-the-art imagery programs to unveil their plans for how the properties will look after the transformation. But the potential home buyers have to take a risk to make the twins’ vision come true, and it’s up to Jonathan and Drew to convince the couples that purchasing an older home in need of work is the best option.
House Hunters follows individuals, couples, or families searching for a new home, with the assistance of a real estate agent. In each episode, the buyers must decide between three properties, ultimately choosing one before the end of the episode. The show concludes by revisiting the buyers in their new home a few weeks or months later, where they describe the changes they’ve made and the effect the new home has on their life.