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5 Must-Watch Home Renovation Shows, Ranked

Aside from entertainment, you get a lot of design inspiration from these TV programs too

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Have you been putting off hanging your new curtains or patching up that odd hole in the wall? Is it high time to repaint your garage or update your kitchen? Home makeover projects can be challenging, but they are also incredibly rewarding. When you can't seem to find inspiration to start, sometimes you just need to stream the best remodeling shows on HGTV, Netflix or Hulu. Find your new favorite with the help of our handy list: 

5: Tiny House Nation (FYI) 


This entry will come as no surprise! Of course, we had to include a tiny home show on this list. We especially love Tiny House Nation because of hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin's advocacy—they believe living tiny is not always about the size of a space—it all boils down to function and the things that make you the happiest.

4: Clean House (Esquire Network) 


While this doesn't really involve any major renovations, watching other people get rid of towers of clutter is enough to curb our spring cleaning craving! This is definitely the perfect show for a Sunday binge session.

3: First-Time Flippers (DIY Network) 


We love this show because it features how ordinary people can take on renovation projects. It is a mix of home-buying and home improvement, but we have to admit—watching amateurs make some construction boo-boos is a fun, learning experience, too.

2: Listed Sisters (HGTV)


It's safe to say that passion for beautiful homes runs between the talented twins. Alana and Lex LeBlanc help clients turn old homes they've outgrown into saleable properties that can catch good profit. The show is transforming Nashville one house at a time and it's not surprising why. It's a heartwarming program that also shows how they stay friends with clients, long after the makeover ends.

1: Property Brothers (HGTV) 


We bet you saw it coming—naturally, the Property Brothers tops our roster! Canadian twins Drew (the real estate agent) and Jonathan (the one who designs and works on renovation) Scott are definite partners in crime, helping struggling homebuyers acquire and transform their dream home. The best part about this show? Their cute antics in-between takes!

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