If you love Fixer Upper, chances are you've already binge watched your way through several seasons of Flip or Flop and Property Brothers. While those shows are definite goodies, there's a slew of other home improvement shows on Netflix you may not even know about. Expand your streaming horizons while taking in a fresh batch of decor inspiration with these must-sees.
Tiny House Hunters is already near and dear to our , but Tiny House Builders is also worth watching. While the series only lasted two episodes, it's pretty fascinating to see tiny house builder Derek Diedricksen and his crew build these tiny abodes in less than a week.
From South Africa to Spain, follow home buyers as they relocate to find their dream homes, which also happen to require massive renovations.These transformations will definitely make your jaw drop. Season 1 of the 2013 series is currently on Netflix.
. But Love It or List It Too offers up new homes and new hosts: Realtor Todd Talbot and designer Jillian Harris help unhappy homeowners decide between finding a different home or renovating their current one. Catch Season 4 on Netflix.
This DIY network show takes place in Fort Worth, TX. Undergoing a housing boom, mansions are replacing country homes. Instead of having the older homes demolished, entrepreneurs move them to a renovating lot and flip them in record-time. Catch season one on Netflix.
Talk about an oldie but a goodie! This series started in 2006 and aired for five seasons. It spotlights homeowners who create gorgeous homes, all of which are under 1,000 square feet. It's safe to say less is definitely more on this show. 25 episodes are currently available for streaming on Netflix.
Have you ever dreamed about connecting your home to the apartment next door so you could have one mega-apartment? Designer Genevieve Gorder did just that, and had cameras rolling every step of the way in Genevieve's Renovation, which premiered on HGTV in July 2014. The entire first season is available for streaming.
Who doesn't love a good kitchen makeover? Premiering in 2011, this show follows designer/contractor Alison Victoria as she finds people in DIY stores and gives them brand-new kitchens in just three days. Season seven is available on Netflix.
Homes come in all shapes and sizes. Meet people who've turned churches, sugar mills, and even jails into one-of-a-kind abodes. This HGTV series premiered in 2012, and season three is available on Netflix.