The streaming service's first original home improvement series showcases homes that are ordinary on the outside but look extraordinary on the inside. "Unlike many of its counterparts, Amazing Interiors doesn’t have a set of hosts supervising the projects and shepherding you from house to house," says Natalia Winkelman. "Instead, the showrunners zero in on homeowners who have opted to deck out their own places, often with a relatively modest budget and little-to-no professional aid. Installing these everyday people as the guides of their own spaces fills the show with a personal, genial spirit, and exploring their idiosyncratic homes feels less like a window into some interior design pipe dream than like a housewarming party at the home of your quirky neighbor."
TOPICS: Netflix, Amazing Interiors, Reality TV