On to other news……If you are tired of the election cycle and are looking to do some reality TV escapism into some real estate and home design shows, check these out:
When Trading Spaces debuted on TV 20 years ago, the show turned ordinary Americans into interior design aficionados. Now 2020 is the year of the pandemic, when more of us than ever are on streaming binges, and when more Americans are finally tackling their long home improvement to-do lists.
You’ve likely seen House Hunters, Fixer Upper, Love It or List It, Property Brothers,or Flip or Flop Fort Worth, but what other design shows are worth streaming and binge-ing? Here’s a rundown of a few of the best design shows on TV right now and a Lin k to the full article in the Spruce.
Watch with your mouth agape as the contractor and his designer wife move their family of six from Canada to the Bahamas to renovate a giant vacation resort they bought. It’s 20,000 square feet of rusted, moldy, outdated promise, and they tell us in the first episode that they plan to renovate it in six months with not one hardware store on the island.