If you’re the type that goes nuts for a panelled wall, hold a deep appreciation for a good kitchen island or simply just love a nosey inside other people’s homes, Netflix is delivering on a whole host of interiors inspired content this autumn.
As one of our favourite Netflix shows, The Home Edit, returns for a second season this April, we’ve deep dived back into some of the best home and interiors shows the network has to offer. From tear jerking makeovers to access to some of the world’s most unique homes and design projects undertaken by Instagram’s most celebrated interiors gurus. Sure to inspire a trip to B&Q if nothing else.
An interiors tips-filled, tearjerking bingeathon for design lovers.
If you’ve long been a lover of pinning interiors inspo to your Pinterest page, you’ll probably be familiar with Studio McGee, the interior design house whose work is some of the most shared on social platforms.
Like all good things that end up trending, Netflix were keen to ride off these coattails and snapped them up for a makeover series.
The six episode series follows Studio McGee founders and husband-wife team Shea and Syd as they turn home dreams into a reality for a number of families.
It’s an interiors tips-filled, tearjerking bingeathon for design lovers.
First shown on the BBC and presented by the much-loved Fearne Cotton comes Interior Design Masters, a classic competition-style set up that sees 10 aspiring designers take on the challenge to win a coveted, life-changing design contract.
Each episode comes with a new challenge, from making a room look sweet but not saccharine to revamping retail spaces and turning tired country cottages into bookable retreats.
Blast through all eight episodes to see who takes the crown.
Japanese organising consultant, author, and TV show host, Marie Kondo gets her kicks from sorting through other people’s stuff. The now household name has become known for “sparking joy” into her clients’ lives and only recommends people hold on to their belonging if they really bring pure happiness.
In this Netflix Original series, watch Marie as she helps people have the ultimate declutter by choosing her path of joy. A must-watch for anyone with a Monica-style hidden cupboard or those who just love to nosey inside other people’s homes.
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Another one for self-confessed neat freaks, The Home Edit, which is returning for season 2 in April, sits somewhere between Marie Kondo and Queer Guy and is perhaps the most satisfying thing to watch on the box right now.
From reorganising one of LA’s most enviable wardrobes with Rachel Zoe to getting a Kardashian’s pantry in order, this is decluttering porn for your inner neat freak.
Guaranteed to either inspire you to get your sh*t together or make you feel utterly terrible about the sheer disorder of your home.
This Netflix series takes interiors lovers on a mind bending trip into some extraordinary homes, from a retiree who can scuba dive in an actual aquarium in her living room to the somewhat creepy life-sized doll’s house in Hollywood.
Queer Eye is the kind of life affirming TV we need right now as we slide into second wave. Cosy up with the Fab Five – Bobby, Antoni, Jonathan, Karamo and Tan – as they transform someone’s life in each episode, from rebuilding their self-confidence to educating them on their diet and making over their wardrobes.
For those who love the interiors side of things, it’s Bobby Berk who goes into each guests’ homes and completely transforms them in under 48 hours.
Essentially a makeover show but one that will restore your faith in humanity. No, you’re crying.
Londoners well acquainted with a modest square footage in their homes will be fascinated to take a look inside some of America’s tiniest homes. In a bid to upscale their lives, gain more financial freedom and live a more sustainable and simple way of life, many are downsizing their homes.
Traveling across the U.S., host John Weisbarth and expert Zack Giffin help families prepare for their tiny new lifestyle and create hyper-customised mini homes.
The majority of us have checked into an AirBnB somewhere along the line, but if you’re in the market to turn your bolthole into a bonafide side hustle, tune into this Netflix series.
It follows designer Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer as they show property owners how to turn their short-term rentals into moneymaking showstoppers.
The series delivers a heavy dose of interiors porn if nothing else.
Besties April Brown and Sarah Sklash, neither of whom had any prior design experience, decide to take on one of America’s run down motels and turn it into a go-to getaway. What could go wrong? Well, a lot given they kick off the series on the brink of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite all that, there’s plenty of cheer and good old fashioned American entrhuisam to push the series along. Each episode takes you through the design experiences, the ups and downs and the final relaunch.
Expect lots of Instagram-friendly design inspiration and frugal DIY renovation ideas.
Another show to add to Netflix’s section that should be called ‘nosing on other people’s much nicer, more expensive homes’, is Million Dollar Beach House. The title pretty much gives it away, but it sits somewhere between Selling Sunset and Cribs as a group of young and feisty agents try to seal the deal on a bunch of insane property listings in The Hamptons.
It’s not a patch on the drama of Selling Sunset’s Oppenheim twins and their girl bosses but it does throw out some high drama (read: probably fake) moments and plenty of incredible house porn, from the five star interiors to the epic beach views.
In the same vein but this side of the Atlantic is The Parisian Agency, centered around the impossible chic Kretz family and their luxury property business. The family make their living buying and selling incredible properties for their super rich French clients, both in the motherland and abroad – think everything from French chateau to property hunting in Ibiza.