These are the eight best shows on Netflix if you’re obsessed with interior design
Selling Sunset is just the tip of the iceberg
A lot of us can identify with being obsessed with interior design. There’s just something so satisfying about watching beautiful and extravagant homes, transformations and dreaming about being an interior designer. Netflix is the perfect place to live out your dreams – because its catalogue of interior design shows is fruitful.
If you enjoyed Selling Sunset, or are just obsessed with all things interior design, here are the Netflix shows you need to get in your life right now.
If you love luxury houses and drama – Selling Sunset is the show for you. The two season long series follows the work of The Oppenheim Group – realtors who sell luxury L.A properties to majorly rich people. The commission they get on sales is in the hundreds of thousands, and the houses are nothing short of incredible. That’s without mentioning the bucket-loads of drama going on in the girls’ private lives too – the gossip and arguments are real.
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes is quite self explanatory. This property series explores some of the most incredible places people call home, all across the globe. From mountains, through forests, along coasts and in all different continents – these houses are indescribable.
Netflix series Stay Here is all about homeowners who are renting out rooms, or their entire houses, to short-term renters. The series visits all kinds of homes across the US, from house boats to New York hostel style homes. The houses get a well-needed transformation to help them make more money and ace the market in their area.
This show is like Four In A Bed, but with fancy Airbnbs in Australia. The contestants go and stay at each other’s places with the aim of being voted the best value for money. The interiors are everything – from incredible penthouse luxury to underground conversions.
Netflix’s Amazing Interiors is like if “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” was made into a TV show. It basically explores houses that look pretty plain or normal from the street, but are extraordinary on the inside. One house has a secret circus theme, another is completely medieval inside and one more is entirely pink. They really have to be seen to be believed.
The Netflix synopsis says: “Meet eccentric homeowners whose seemingly ordinary spaces are full of surprises, from a backyard roller coaster to an indoor aquarium.”
Tiny House Nation
Tiny House Nation is a interior makeover show lover’s dream. The show follows host John Weisbarth and renovation expert Zack Giffin, as they travel around the US meeting people who are creating teeny tiny homes to live in. Think lots of hidden storage and hacks to make rooms look bigger when they’re not. This show will blow your mind.
The Apartment is a Netflix interior design competition show based in Malaysia. All the contestants are gorgeous beauty queens, models and DJs. It’s intense. The Netflix synopsis reads: “With their eyes on the grand prize, amateur designers push their creative limits in this reality competition show hosted by design icon Jamie Durie.”
Queer Eye is the ultimate reality TV guilty pleasure. The series follows the “Fab Five”: Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Jonathan Van Ness, Tan France and Karamo Brown. Their job is to completely transform the lives of people who are nominated to go on the show. They change all aspects of their lives, from literal makeovers to guiding them on the lifestyle and eating habits. Bobby Berk is in charge of interior design, as the nominees’ houses get transformed too.
There are currently four seasons on Netflix, but season five drops in just a matter of days – on the 5th June.
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