Netflix Renews 2 Home Design Series, Reveals New Marie Kondo Series Premiere Date

Netflix is hoping to make up for lost ground in the home design show world after Discovery+ launched with dozens of HGTV shows. The streaming giant announced the return of two design shows, Get Organized with The Home Edit and Dream Home Makeover. Tidying Up star Marie Kondo’s new show Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo also earned a summer launch date.

The first season of Get Organized launched in September 2020 and features The Home Edit authors Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin. In the series, the two “conquer clutter with their unique brand of interior styling, practicality, and humor, dramatically transforming the lives of their clients,” Netflix notes. In the second season, viewers will enjoy a more detailed look at Teplin and Shearer’s business and there will be even more celebrity guests. The first season included Reese Witherspoon, Rachel Zoe, Khloe Kardashian, Eva Longoria, Retta, Neil Patrick Harris, Kane

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Next Gen’ Reveals 2 Horrid Home Office Fails To Never Do

With so many people working from home right now, many are racking their brains on how to fit a nice home office into the mix—and some smart do’s and don’ts abound in the latest “Design Star: Next Gen,” the Discovery+ reboot of HGTV’s hugely popular “Design Star.”

On the “Transformers!” episode, the seven remaining contestants are working hard on workspaces, while host Allison Hocker Boss and guest judge Kim Myles (the winner of Season 2 of the original “Design Star”) chime in with colorful commentary.

The designers are each instructed to create a multifunctional room that can pass as both a home office and a hip party place—plus they need to build a modular piece of furniture that can help change the function of their room. While the contestants put a lot of thought into their individual designs, only one will win—and one will be cut from the competition

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Ty Pennington Reveals One of Home Design’s Hardest Decisions

In the first season of “Ty Breaker,” host Ty Pennington has seen a lot of small homes and a lot of damaged homes—but his latest house is both tiny and a total mess.

In the episode “A Sizable Renovation,” Pennington and guest designer Sabrina Soto set out to help Wendy and Evan, newlyweds who’ve recently bought an abandoned, partly demolished wreck of a house.

Pennington and Soto will need to spend their $200,000 budget wisely in order to turn this shack into the cute, functional honeymoon home this couple desires. Here’s how they pull it off, which might inspire some changes around your own home to make the most of your space, too.

Make your front porch feel like a bonus room


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This porch is like an outdoor bonus room!

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There’s no denying that Wendy and Evan’s house is short on space, and there’s only so much that

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‘Home Town’ Reveals the Biggest Mistake You Can Make in Your Yard

On HGTV’s “Home Town,” Erin and Ben Napier have made over many homes in Laurel, MS—but in the latest episode, things get awkward when they help a family member with (dare we say?) tacky tastes.

In the Season 5 episode “All in the Family,” the Napiers meet up with Erin’s uncle, Danny, to fix up his new house, a 1900s build that once belonged to another of Erin’s cousins, so this project really feels close to home.

However, the Napiers run into some trouble when it comes to Danny’s personal style. He loves big, over-the-top designs, so Erin and Ben need to find ways to tone down his outsized tastes so that his old home can feel timeless—all without going over the $130,000 budget.


Here’s how Erin and Ben find a style that works for Danny that’s not too ostentatious—a good reminder that there are plenty of ways

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