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People Are Binge-Watching Netflix's New Interior Show 'Dream Home Makeover'

People Are Binge-Watching Netflix's New Interior Show 'Dream Home Makeover'

The programme is your next delightfully mindless home makeover watch.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Dream Home Makeover has just landed on Netflix, and people are binging it all in one go.

The new interior TV show focuses around Shea and Syd McGee, founders of Studio McGee, who found fame on Instagram thanks to their home makeover 'tekkers.

And the six episode series really has already got everyone talking, with many describing the show - which sees Shea and Syd take on a various home design projects, from new living rooms to whole house refurbs' - as the perfect binge.

Ambitious home renovations? Check. Lots of property porn? Check. Easily digestible half an hour episodes? Check. This programme really does make for addictive and moreish viewing.

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"Binge watched Dream Home Makeover and not just left with longings galore and million ideas should totally stop watching home & decor shows!," one fan of the show wrote after whizzing through all six eps.

Meanwhile, another wrote: Binge watching Dream Home makeover on Nerflix...My kinda reality tv".

A third penned: "Do I regret binge watching dream home makeover on netflix all night w/no sleep before my 14 hour shift today? Absolutely not."

Shea and Syd help people with budgets from $20k (£15,400) to anywhere up to $2 million (£1.5m), with Shea manning the design concepts while Syd helps with budgeting and consumer insights.

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Shea originally graduated with a degree in PR, but when she left the industry for a career in design, she soon realised it was her calling, and was soon racking up clients after just a few weeks in training.

Now, she focuses on clean styled designs with touches of personal details, while Syd, who spent six years at a start-up digital marketing firm, has helped her to build their business to the place it is today.

As the show came out, Netflix teased: "Dreams come true for real families looking for the perfect home tailored to their own unique style, thanks to Shea and Syd McGee of Studio McGee."

After a show that's basically Queer Eye meets The Home Edit? This is it.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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