You Can Stream These Home Shows on Netflix Right Now

With series like The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes and Stay Here, Netflix has become a hot spot for home shows. Whether you want to learn how to renovate an Airbnb rental (and make some serious dough off it) or dream of some of the most wildly decorated interiors, the streaming platform covers everything your home show-loving heart desires.

Up ahead, find the best home shows on Netflix.

‘Stay Here’

Ever wondered what it’s like to own an Airbnb? Now, you don’t have to. Stay Here showcases rental properties across the United States in need of a little facelift and business crash course. With the help of designer Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer, Airbnb owners in Austin, Seattle, Malibu, and other trendy destinations fix up their properties, learn how to amp up the hospitality, get more eyes on their rental postings, and more! This show is the perfect match for anyone that loves Fixer Upper, travel, and — of course — staying in an Airbnb while traveling.

‘Amazing Interiors’

Some homes might look like an ordinary suburban abode on the outside but, on the inside, they are like something out of a fairytale — or, in some cases, a horror film. From interactive experiences to scar movie props, the homes showcased on Amazing Interiors are sure to surprise with incredible designs, features, and imagination.

‘The Great Interior Design Challenge’

If you love home decor challenges, The Great Interior Design Challenge is sure to suck you in. In this competition series, architectural historian Tom Dyckoff searches for the next interior designer through a series of challenges.

‘The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’

For architecture fans, The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes is one to watch. In this series, architect Piers Taylor and actress (and so-called “property enthusiast”) Caroline Quentin travel around the world in search of some of the grandest architecture they’ve ever seen. From a home made out of airplane parts to one built underground, the hosts take viewers along for an extraordinary treasure hunt.

‘Fix It & Finish It’

Fix It & Finish Is is a renovation show inspired by those rooms in our homes that are in desperate need of a makeover. In the series, contractors and designers meet with homeowners to discuss the renovation, then they get to work on a speedy renovation. Once their project is completed, they reveal the updated spaces to the homeowner.

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‘Tidying Up With Marie Kondo’

If home decor and renovation aren’t your things, but you love a well-organized space, Tidying Up With Marie Kondo might be the Netflix home show for you. In this series, organization guru, Marie Kondo helps homeowners tackle their unorganized homes with focuses on clothes, books, papers, and miscellaneous items like the kitchen and garage.

The series is based off Marie Kondo’s wildly popular book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and sure to inspire you to finally clean out your closet, organize the garage, and more.

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These DIY craft fails will make you laugh so hard, you’ll cry

It’s no secret we love a good craft video. We’re mesmerized when watching everyday objects get transformed into pretty decorations, especially ones that look even cuter than the store-bought version.

Crafts always seem so easy to do, and we’ve all probably tried one or two in our lifetimes. Then 10 minutes later we’re left with a big mess and monstrous final product that is literally nothing like the Pinterest-perfect version. Usually we can laugh at our craft fails (and maybe we’ll even share it online for a good laugh). But one things certain: we’ll never, ever stop watching craft videos.

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And there’s something even more enjoyable than watching a flawless craft video, and that is watching a craft fail video. Because more often than not, a lopsided art project is a far more relatable DIY. And at the end of the day, we love a hot glue mess.

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If you love watching craft fails, you’re in luck: here at HelloGiggles we have a new series that shows what happens when crafting gets hilariously messy.

We figured there are many craft videos online, but not nearly enough videos of normal, everyday people like us attempting them. So we challenged some brave souls to recreate some of HelloGiggles’ most viral crafts. From bath bombs, to slime, to flower chandeliers, the results vary, but one thing’s for sure…you’ll be crying laughing when you watch our IGTV exclusive series, “Craftastrophe.”