For five seasons, Fixer Upper has brought us into the lives of Chip and Joanna Gaines. Not only did the HGTV TV series show how you can turn a rundown historic home but also all theantics, love and shiplap that you could ever want! But now with Fixer Upper ending, many fans of the HGTV series are sad to see the Gaines family go and now don’t know what TV shows to fill in that time slot.
Luckily for us, HGTV, DIY and even Netflix offer a ton of there numerous home renovation shows that have come out of the woodwork. From putting together the perfect tiny house to transforming a master bedroom from drab to a tranquil paradise.
Although these TV shows might not have the same charm and quirk that people grew to love from Fixer Upper, each series has its own character and appeals to different sides of the home renovation fan.
Learn more about the these home renovation and design shows (aka Fixer Upper substitutes) below!
1.) Property Brothers
Since premiering in Canada in 2011 and eventually moving to 150 countries, Property Brothers has become one of the HGTV’s most popular shows. It’s so widely viewed that the show has had a number of spin-offs including Buying and Selling, Brother vs. Brother and Property Brothers: At Home. And with Drew and Jonathan Scott being the series’ stars, it’s no surprise that it has been a huge hit that continues to grow.
First, they’re two quite good-looking twin brothers who are both great with their hands. And their easygoing charisma as well as continuous banter keep viewers glued to their screens week after week. So whether you want to see them take on a house that needs a lot of help or show how they would approach the designs for their own homes, the Scott Brothers have a lot to offer to a Fixer Upper fan in withdrawal.