Home improvement shows are the fuel of our cleaning fire and thankfully Netflix is packed with shows that will take you back to the days of ordering with Marie Kondo. From simple arrangements to big revisions, home design series are inspiring and tremendously entertaining. And what better place to find inspiration to improve your home than from within your home? With the rise of Netflix, there is now a seemingly endless array of home improvement shows for you to enjoy as you plan your next project. Let's take a look at the Netflix shows that could give you the moment of the bulb you so badly need today. The organization's mother, Marie Kondo offers a minimalist approach to living that makes a watch binge-worthy in her Netflix series Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.
In the show, Kondo applies its trademark of serenity and soft touch to home improvement, encouraging new parents with messy homes and those tempted to hold on to sentimental items to consider if they need all the objects in their homes. How? She instructs them to ask if such objects 'sparks joy' for the owners. And in doing so, she makes some beautiful and simple home improvements, and even changes some lives along the way. Have you ever thought about reducing staff? If so, Tiny House Nation could be the show for you, as they take the concept as far as possible. At Tiny House Nation, hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin travel around the United States helping families who want to embrace the 'small house movement', that is.
Living in a home that is generally less than 400 square feet in total (according to The Tiny Life). From concept to construction, Weisbarth and Giffin help people build beautiful homes that remove all the fat out of modern life. If your inspiration to improve your home comes from seeing interiors go from boring to divine, Dream Home Makeover is the series for you. Husband and wife team Syd and Shea McGee, owners of interior design firm Studio McGee, help families and couples realize their design dreams. Each episode offers a new home, a new budget, and a new style as they take people on a home improvement journey they won't forget. If You Love Home Improvement Programs With More Than A Dash Of Self-Love, Queer Eye Has You Covered.
Although it has been more than two decades since Home Improvement went on the air, it has maintained its loyal fan base, thanks to its incredible cast and endearing sense of humor. Kondo's home improvement process is based on her personalized approach, called “The KonMari Method”, which she emphasizes works on a deeper level than just basic cleaning. Henson, Zazie Beetz, and Janet Mock will make appearances, while Bolden and Curtis bring their home improvement and styling talents to the table, and enjoy some fabulous home designs as they do. During a winter when many of us spend more time indoors plotting home improvement projects and watching TV, it's the perfect time to watch some home design shows (after you're done watching Bridgerton and everything next to Bridgerton, of course). For eight seasons, between 1991 and 1999 on ABC, the classic comedy Home Improvement brought the Taylor Brood, an all-American family, if ever there was one, to the living rooms of the United States.
As the show's resident interior designer, Berk (right pictured above) likes to really get under his client's skin and show them that home improvement can not only be visually beautiful, but can also nourish the soul. It could have been decided, for example, that Home Improvement, being a series from two decades ago, might need a more orderly digital conversion than Hulu's or old Mickey might be experimenting with different aspect ratios for his performance of the show. The main goal of the site is to empower homeowners by introducing innovative technology, services and products that will improve the quality and value of their homes. The streamer's subscribers suddenly found that the series was absent from his library, and although there were a lot of complaints from the faithful of Home Improvement, there was also speculation that the recent release of Disney+ could have had something to do with it (since ABC is owned by Disney which also has majority ownership and operational control of Hulu.