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Indulge your inner design guru with these six interiors-orientated shows

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With the weather rapidly warming up and days socialising in the sunshine finally within reach, our calendar has flipped out of hibernation, Netflix and WFH in pyjamas mode. But one trend from lockdown that’s here to stay is a national obsession with interiors. To get you through the occasional rainy day – we’ve rounded up the best home makeover, organisation and interior renovation programmes.

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The Best TV Shows For Interiors Lovers

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  • Dream Home Makeover, Netflix

    Syd and Shea McGee of Studio McGee turn their talent for fresh, low key and bang-on-trend interiors to stylishly updating real family homes. If you’re looking for some tips to transform your own home into an Instagram-trending design heaven, this is the show for you. Also featuring behind the scenes of the McGee’s family life – you’ll see regular appearances from Syd and Shea’s adorable daughters, Ivy and Wren. Photo: © Lucy Call. netflix.com

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    The Home Edit, Netflix

    If the roaring success of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo taught us anything – it’s that we can’t get enough of home organisation in the 2020s. Enter The Home Edit, with its storage gurus, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin. As they tidy up the cupboards and draws of A-listers like Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria, you’ll learn how to re-arrange your office documents, streamline your wardrobes and make your bookshelf look like something straight off Pinterest. The duo have even launched their own line of storage solutions to help you recreate their projects yourself – available at John LewisPhoto: © Netflix. netflix.com

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    Interior Design Masters, BBC

    Back for its second season (as of February 2021), Interior Design Masters sees ten teams compete for the prestigious contract to a luxury hotel, Another Place, The Lake. Overseen by Alan Carr and former Elle Decoration Editor in Cheif, Michelle Ogundehin, each week participants undertake a series of challenges (think Bake Off meets Grand Designs). Contestants include include 33-year-old Michaela, an upholsterer from south east London, Mona, a Brixton-based film set designer, Siobhan, who works for the NHS, architect Lynsey and many more. Photo: © BBC.  bbc.co.uk 

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    Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, Netflix

    Since it first appeared on Netflix in 2018, the nation has been swept with Marie Kondo mania. Even if you haven’t yet watched it, you’ve probably found yourself pondering Kondo’s signature question during the obligatory lockdown clearout  ‘Does it spark joy?’ To get some inspiration for your spring declutter, head to Netflix now for Kondo’s brilliant tips on what to keep and let go of in a clearout, and how to arrange your space for a happier, more peaceful environment. Photo: © Netflix. netflix.com

  • Million Dollar Decorators Bravo Cast

    Million Dollar Decorators, Amazon Prime

    An addictive design show from across the pond – Million Dollar Decorators sees the likes of Martyn Lawrence Bullard (interior designer to the Kardashian clan) award-winning Mary McDonald, designer to the A-list Jeffrey Alan Marks and Kathryn Ireland taking on the challenge of designing lavish celebrity homes. The two seasons (which aired in 2012 and 2013) are available on Amazon Prime – and make for brilliantly decadent binge watching. Photo: © Bravo. amazon.co.uk

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    Amazing Interiors, Netflix

    Providing the ultimate escape from the comfort of your sofa  – Netflix’s Amazing Interiors explores some of the most jaw-dropping interior designs laying behind the doors of ordinary homes. Think: roller coasters and apocalypse bunkers, functioning Sci Fi museums and Medieval dining rooms. Lifting the lid on the world of quirky home passion projects, no unusual whimsy or left field idea is out of bounds here. Photo: © Netflix. netflix.com

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