Find Your Dream Home With These 5 Netflix Shows


If you have been looking for home inspiration, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for small house solutions, storage tricks, or extravagant homes that spark your creativity, these Netflix Originals are a good place to start.

Tiny House Nation
Singaporeans know the problem of having a small house well. This Netflix show takes space-saving solutions to a whole new level by building ‘tiny houses’ for their clients. Those homes are often as small as a camper van. The creativity that the designers put into furnishing those homes is inspiring, and sure to give you some ideas for your own small space.


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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo
Originally famous for her book, The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up, Marie Kondo’s tips for keeping your home tidy can also be found on Netflix. She shares advice for people who find it hard to let go of objects, and has a lot of storage tricks up her sleeve.


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The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes
For those who love looking at big, luxurious homes, this show is fuel for dreams. The hosts travel the world to visit some of the most expensive and unusual houses, some of them built underground and costing millions of dollars. The interviews with the architects responsible for these creations are both entertaining and educational.


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Amazing Interiors
This show is much more than what it sounds like. It doesn’t showcase the standard ‘beautiful’ homes, but delves into extraordinary and unexpected interiors. From rooms coated top to bottom in artwork to aquariums the size of an entire living room, this is a show for those who want to see something new.


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Interior Design Masters
While most interior design shows follow experienced designers and their renovation process, Interior Design Masters is one-of-a-kind with its competitive premise. New and upcoming interior designers compete for a big contract, and have to prove themselves to the judges with their creations.


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