TV Series to Watch for Interior Design Lovers

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Are you looking to make a name for yourself selling customised furniture in singapore? Or maybe, you just have an uncontrollable love for interior design? Either way, there are TV shows right now that you can watch that will meet your needs.

If you read on below, you’ll find TV series that are an absolute must-watch for interior design lovers who want to get extra tips and ideas about designing and decorating homes:

The Great Interior Design Challenge
What more could you ask for? The show first aired back in 2014. Each rendition of The Great Interior Design Challenge aims to find the best amateur interior designers in Britain. Basically, it’s a competition where the participants are given a set amount of cash and asked to give a particular area a makeover within three days. This show is a must-watch for those who’ve been planning on redesigning their homes because the participants tend to come up with pretty unique ideas on how to redecorate spaces on a rather tight budget.

While it’s more of a general home transformation show, HGTV’s Fixer Upper is great for those looking for ideas on how to improve their homes. In Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna Gaines work with their clients to turn their run-down and shoddy houses into a house that any homeowner would be proud of. The transformations alone are reason enough to give the show a try.

Sarah’s House
Basically, anything that features Canadian designer, Sarah Richardson, is worth watching. She’s done an excellent job beautifying homes over the years. But, for the sake of choosing one, we’re going with Sarah’s House, which aired from 2007 to 2011. In Sarah’s House, the Canadian designer flips an undervalued house and takes viewers through the process of renovating it. Although it’s been years since the show ended, you can still learn a thing or two from how she went about making the houses look better.

Million Dollar Decorators
If there’s one thing that the stereotypical design show lacks, it’s drama and eccentricity. Working with people similar to you may make the shows relatable but it doesn’t hurt to know how a multi-millionaire would go about decorating their home. That’s where Million Dollar Decorators come in. Instead of designing for clients with modest budgets, Million Dollar Decorators follows four interior designers based in Los Angeles as they work on multimillion projects for clients whose budgets are well above that of what you probably can afford in your lifetime.

The Home Game
Have you ever wondered how much home makeovers cost, and more importantly, how huge is its impact is on the home’s value? The Home Game might just be for you. A refreshing take on the classic makeover formula where the focus is on how much each transformation costs and how much value it adds to the property, The Home Game is also great because competitors work on a rather modest budget, so viewers will learn a thing or two about how to make impactful renovations using limited funds.

For when you’re looking to redecorate and in dire need of some inspiration for your next custom-made furniture project, binging on these TV series show get your design juices flowing!