As of late, I have become rather obsessed with watching HGTV. I really can’t explain why all of a sudden I have become so interested in home renovation shows, but I have, and I am not hating it.
In particular, I thoroughly enjoy watching Fixer Upper. Joanna and Chip Gaines are such a charming, lovely couple, and their work is incredible. I truly admire individuals who have an eye for interior design, and Joanna and Chip Gaines typically style their projects in a manner I really jive with. Joanna incorporates a lot of woods and rustic vibes, a style I love, and I don’t think I could ever get tired of watching her complete her work.
In addition to being enjoyable to watch, I find a lot of the shows aired on HGTV to be quite educational. By no means do I consider myself a home renovation expert, but through watching home renovation shows, I have learned a lot. Do I think I could take home renovation project on my own? Absolutely not. Have I gained a better understanding of home renovation basics? Yes. Whether it be about demoing existing structures in a home, identifying plumbing issues, or knowing how to pair color palettes, I do think I have learned quite a bit simply through watching episodes of different home shows. Further, I have gained a better comprehension of the cost of real estate depending on the region, and it really is surprising how much prices fluctuate depending on geographical destinations.
If you have even the slightest interest in home decor, DIYs, renovations, or decorating and building in general, I definitely recommend sitting down and watching a couple of different shows aired via HGTV. You just might learn something, as I have, or brush up on your existing knowledge if you’re already a pro.
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