Addicted to watching home improvement shows on Netflix and HGTV? If you have run out of things to watch, check out these 10 YouTube channels, where you can find amazing content that’s totally free.
10. Alexandra Gater
Canadian stylist Alexandra Gater is on a mission to show millennials that they can design their apartments, even on a small budget. At the time this article was written, she has less than 100,000 subscribers, but deserves a lot more!
9. Mr. Kate
Married duo Kate Albrecht and Joey Zehr bring their skills together to make amazing makeover videos. Kate is the designer, and she also brings her creative ability into every situation to help clients make custom DIY artwork for their home. Joey is the handyman who helps Kate to build custom pieces. At the time this article was written, they have over 3 million subscribers.
California-based stylist Rebecca Robeson was one of the very first interior designers to take advantage of social media and put herself on YouTube. This has paid off for her in a big way, because she always seems to be getting amazing high-budget projects all the time. At the time this article was written, Rebecca is just shy of 1 million subscribers.
You may have already seen the Architectural Digest magazine on shore shelves. Yes- this YouTube channel is made by the same company. And they have very similar content. AD is amazing to watch if you are in the mood to daydream about the possibility of having an expensive home some day, or if you want to pick up on some luxury design tips.
Sharah Stevens is Rebecca Robeson’s daughter. For years, she was trained by her mom to learn the trade of interior design. Now, she followed in her mom’s footsteps by starting her own design business and YouTube channel. Unlike her mom, though, Sharah gives a lot of practical tips for you to use around your home, even if you have a small budget. At the time this article was written, she has 671,000 subscribers.
As the name suggests, Do It On A Dime shows you how to get some amazing Home Hacks and DIY’s accomplished with a small budget. She is especially good with Dollar Tree Hacks, and tips on doing creative projects together with your kids.
At the time this was written, Buzzfeed Nifty has 1.5 million subscribers, and it is for a good reason. Their videos vary a lot, from DIY’s to organization tips. You never really know what you are going to find, but it’s always a lot of fun.
3. Marie Kondo
If you have a Netflix subscription, you probably already recognize Marie Kondo from her show “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo”. She also has a YouTube channel! This is great if you watched the show, but you want to be reminded of specific organization tips without fast-forwarding through the episodes.
2. House & Home
Based on the print magazine House & Home, their YouTube channel has loads of content showcasing beautifully designed homes. These videos are great if you are looking to get some inspiration for your own apartment or house.
Bryce Langston is an architect from New Zealand who specializing in designing and building Tiny Houses. His YouTube channel’s quality is incredibly professional, and he will show you how he makes tiny houses from start to finish. At the time this article was written, they have nearly 2 million subscribers.
Shannon Quinn is the editor-in-chief of InspiringHome.org