It is safe to say that our office is obsessed with homes. So it should come as no surprise that we love a good home design TV show. Whether you are seeking inspiration for an update in your own home or simply want to do some daydreaming, there are plenty of TV options for interior lovers. Here’s a round-up of some of the shows our team is currently watching…


The Established Home

If you aren’t familiar with the work of interior designer Jean Stoffer, The Established Home is the perfect introduction to her elegant, yet approachable design style. Her desire to embrace a home’s bones while simultaneously elevating its beauty and liveability is pure magic. Each episode tackles an ambitious renovation in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Plus, it’s lovely to see a true family business in action with regular appearances from her grown children who are involved in the design, construction, and virtually all aspects of her business.

Where to Watch It: Magnolia Network, Discovery Plus, or HBO Max 


Dream Home Makeover

We have been following Studio McGee on Instagram for years (along with about 3.5 million other fans!) so we were thrilled when designer Shea McGee brought her signature style to Netflix in 2020. Now on its third season, Dream Home Makeover helps real families realize their dreams for an updated home perfectly suited for them. You will love the light and airy spaces she creates in each episode that somehow feel both traditional and contemporary at the same time.

Where to Watch It: Netflix


Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis

The famed house flipper and interior designer, who became a household name on Bravo’s Flipping Out, is back with a new show after a three-year hiatus from our television screens. This time around, Jeff Lewis is focusing his talents on designing rooms for his celebrity clientele. In season one, you’ll get a peek into the homes of  Wilmer Valderrama, Anthony Anderson, Ashlee Simpson Ross, Melissa Rivers and more.  And, don’t fret, the sarcasm, antics, and unfiltered opinions of the Jeff Lewis Design team are also back in full effect.

Where to Watch It: Amazon Freevee


For the Love of Kitchens

In its debut season, For the Love of Kitchen documents the unbelievable artistry and skilled craftsmanship that goes into deVOL kitchens across England. In addition to seeing the incredible kitchen makeovers, you also get to go behind the scenes in deVOL’s 16th-century watermill to see artisans making everything from hand-forged hardware to individually-glazed ceramic tiles. Warning: only five minutes of any episode will have you wanting to leave it all behind for an idyllic life in the English countryside.

Where to Watch It: Magnolia Network, Discovery Plus, or HBO Max 


No Demo Reno

Social media influencer and interior designer Jenn Todryk believes a home can be totally transformed without removing walls or tackling a large-scale demo. We 100% agree! Her authentic No Demo Reno approach to design saves her clients money, time, and stress without sacrificing style. Each episode is filled with cost-effective ideas and clever solutions you could easily adapt and incorporate into your own home. Season 2 aired this summer so your best bet is to stream it while we wait for HGTV’s announcement of when we can expect season 3.

Where to Watch It: HGTV or Discovery Plus


Where We Call Home

If you are short on time and just want a quick design fix, the mini-episodes of Where We Call Home pack a big punch in only 10 to 15 minutes. Creativity and imagination abound as homeowners and designs reveal how they turned unconventional spaces into modern homes. From a car dealership in Pennsylvania to a Synagogue in South Carolina, there is inspiration in every direction. Who knows, maybe a bank could be your next home?

Where to Watch It: Magnolia Network, Discovery Plus, or HBO Max 


The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project

Huband-Design Duo Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent have been a fixture on HGTV for a while now and with good reason. Their impeccable style and sincere passion to create beautiful homes for a well-lived life have captivated audiences for years. Their latest show, The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project, follows the couple as they help overwhelmed families get a fresh start through renovation. The new season is slated to premiere in Spring 2023, but if you don’t want to wait that long, the first season is currently streaming on Discovery Plus along with three seasons of their former Nate & Jeremiah by Design show. Binge watch away!

Where to Watch It: HGTV or Discovery Plus


Do you have a favorite home design TV show? Add a comment below — we would love what to watch next!