Home renovation shows are truly inspiring as they give us unique ideas we can use within our own homes. Whether its a DIY masterpiece or a complete renovation of a house, we are hooked by the ideas presented to us. They inspire us to chase our dreams and design something spectacular in our very own living space.
We have compiled a list of home renovation shows that you have to watch if you are lacking inspiration. They cover a wide variety of topics, so there is something for everyone to fall in love with. Keep reading to learn about the ten best home renovation shows!
10 Design on a Dime
Casey Noble, the show's host, creates designs that anyone can do and on a budget at that. They create everything from a hip craftsmen den to modern luxury living rooms and they always turn out great.
The decorators stick to a $2,500 budget and create a masterpiece out of next to nothing. It is truly inspiring for anyone who thinks they don't have the funds to redo their room in a style they like. They come up with ingenious solutions to old problems and leave us wanting more.
9 Million Dollar Listing
This follows Josh Altman, Josh Flagg, and Madison Hildrebrand as they try to sell million-dollar properties. They travel to exclusive neighborhoods and convince buyers to choose one of their homes to be where they begin their future.
It may not involve any renovations, but the interiors of these homes will give you ideas of how to redecorate your home in luxury fashion. You may not be able to afford one of these homes, but that doesn't mean you can't craft the interior to look like it belongs in the wealthy districts of Los Angeles.
8 Property Brothers
This show features a set of twins named Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott as the hosts. Drew finds houses that are fixer-uppers, while Jonathan handles the renovating aspect of the home.
They help families transform these neglected houses into the home of their dreams and they keep to a strict timeline and budget. They might look like a pile of garbage, to begin with, but by the time they finish, we are drooling over every aspect of their incredible designs.
7 Man Caves
This show airs on the DIY network and aims to help men create the ultimate man caves where they can escape from the world for a short time. The hosts are Jason Cameron, a licensed contractor, and Tony "The Goose" Siragusa, a retired NFL defensive tackle.
They offer up ideas that are beyond our wildest imaginations and everything they do is explained in a DIY fashion. Their goal is to help you create the best man cave in your home, and the only way to do this is to follow the instructions they give you to perfect this space.
6 Fixer Upper
Fixer Upper may not be airing live on television anymore, but that doesn't mean it's not binge-worthy. You can still watch episodes on Hulu, Prime Video, and YouTube TV. It features star couple Chip and Joanna Gaines who work together to help buyers find and design their very own dream home.
They let the buyer choose between three houses, with varying degrees of renovations, and once they choose then they get to work. They manage to find a home amidst piles of rubble or otherwise horrible designs, and their work is always pleasing to the eye.
5 Making It
The hosts of this TV series are none other than Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman. It is a competition series on NBC that pits different crafters against one another in order to become the "Master Maker" and win the grand prize of $100,000.
They create two handmade projects each episode, and every single one is more inspiring than the last. It will give you so many ideas on how to DIY your own home as you watch true artists at work create something out of nothing.
4 This Old House
This Old House was originally put on by Bob Villa back in 1979, but after he retired they had to find a new cast. The host today is Kevin O'Connor and he surrounds himself with plenty of professionals to help everyone at home learn how to create their own masterpieces.
It is the best home improvement show that you could watch if you plan on trying your hand at any major renovations. They are very informative and they cover everything from plumbing to landscaping because these guys do it all.
3 Rehab Addict
This show comes from the DIY Network and features Nicole Curtis as the can-do renovator and home designer. Her passion is for historic houses in Detroit and Minneapolis, where she takes them from drab to fab.
She is a single mom who shows the world its possible to juggle a career and kids whiles still making homes appear out of thin air. A lot of her designs involve things from salvage that would have otherwise gone in the trash. Her show will inspire you to get off your high horse and get down in dirty to perform your very own home renovations.
2 Flip or Flop
Flip or Flop features Tarek El Moussa and Christina Anstead as they flip broken down houses to make a profit. They both used to work in real estate and now take their talents elsewhere in this show as they create magnificent homes from the worst homes money can buy.
This show will have you on the edge of your seat as you watch renovation plans fall through as well as their plans, but they always seem to come out on top. You will find ideas for your own home, and maybe, they too will inspire you to start your very own house flipping business.
1 Love It or List It
HGTV presents Love It or Lost It with Hilary Farr and David Visentin as your hosts in this renovation show. This show focuses on spouses who can't decide whether to renovate their home or sell it and move somewhere completely new. The hosts go head to head as they try to convince the family to stay or go.
David shows them homes they could potentially purchase, while Hilary renovates portions of their home within a specific budget. If they do decide to sell, then they can include the renovation cost in their listing price so its a win either way. When you are at home watching this you will be cheering on one or the other and will be kept sitting on the edge of your seat until the couple makes a decision.