You can’t talk about HGTV without talking about Chip and Joanna Gaines! The couple changed HGTV and quite honestly the world of interior design with their rusting small-town charm. We’ve gotten to know Joanna’s style quite well over the years so it’s no surprise that she has a farmhouse of her own sitting on a beautiful 40 acres in Crawford, Texas.
The house perfectly embodies Joanna’s charming style with soft neutrals, rustic finishes, and homey decor. Joanna Gaines has a knack for curating things for a home; she can find the perfect thrifted piece for any corner and nook. Our favorite part of her country home is that stunning greenhouse!
Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young
HGTV star Tarek El Moussa and Netflix’s Selling Sunset star Heather Young settled into their newly renovated home in New Port Beach, California towards the end of 2021. Their house was originally intended to be a flip and sale, but the couple decided to keep it for themselves!
The house was featured on Tarek’s show Flipping 101 while he undertook a bottom-up renovation that got postponed after the home flooded! Tarek spared no expense in making this home perfect for his family. While showing the new home to their children, all Heather had to say was, "It's gorgeous, honey!”
Dave and Jenny Marr’s
Arkansas natives and parents to five beautiful children, Dave and Jenny Marr’s HGTV show Fixer to Fabulous is all about restoring old Arkansan homes to be functional for their clients. This couple left their desk jobs to pursue their passion projects through home renovating!
Their gorgeous home resides in Bentonville, Arkansas. It has that signature southern charm we’ve grown to love from Dave and Jenny. Our favorite room in this home is that stunning eat-in kitchen. Talk about a dream kitchen! Cooking in this home would be a pleasure…even if it was just your Wednesday night spaghetti.
Jonathan Knight might be one of the newer members of the HGTV family, but we’ve known him for quite a while! He found his fame at only 16 as a member of New Kids on the Block! These days, Jonathan is living the simple life and helping others live their country living dreams on his show Farmhouse Fixer!
Jonathan’s farmhouse is a true-blue country home. It’s packed with rustic details that don’t take themselves too seriously. His beautiful estate features a fruitful garden, greenhouses, as well as numerous entertainment spaces. If you ask us, Jonathan got it right!
Love it or List it star, Hilary Farr has been sharing her design expertise on HGTV since 2008. She’s put contestants between a rock and a hard place by making them fall in love with their problematic homes all over again. Her impeccable style is reflected in her own home. Timeless elements with cherished pieces make her home comfortable and serene.
Hilary has made the most of her space, her home isn’t the largest, so she is very thoughtful with pieces that bring the most to her life. You can tell that she has an attachment to every piece. She loves her home so much that she hasn’t touched it in 15 years! Hilary knows how to pull off timeless.
Christina Haack, or the eligible bachelorette of HGTV as we like to call her, has an eye for real estate. After her divorce from Ant Anstead, Christina chose to spoil herself with a lovely $10.3 million dollar beachfront home in Dana Point, California. All we can say at this mansion is…wow!
She’s got it all, right down to the view! While the inside of this home is styled to perfection, we can’t take our eyes off of the panoramic views she enjoys from every window. She even has a posh home theater complete with perfectly plush, purple, sofas! We think she deserves a stunning home just like this one!
With a view of the LA skyline, Drew Scott and partner Linda Phan’s stunning home is the perfect retreat after a long day in the sunshine state. Stylishly renovated, this classic home features timeless features and decor that perfectly suit this tutor style abode. Want to know our favorite part? It’s that gorgeous kitchen!
Nestled in a tiled arch, this divine kitchen sets right off of a dining table plated for eight guests. The best part? Those endless built-ins! What looks to be an easy twelve feet of floor-to-ceiling custom shelves lavishly backdrops the open concept kitchen and dining area. The atrium-style rounded bay windows ad the perfect unique twist to this space.
America fell in love with My Lottery Dream Home show host, David Bromstad. He’s left his mark on the HGTV world with his unique edgy style that pushes the boundaries of design through color and pattern. His sparkling personality certainly helped fans fall in love with him episode by episode!
David finally got his own dream home and the whole process was televised on an episode of his show! The episode titled, My Lottery Dream Home: David’s Dream Home aired showing a beautiful tutor-style home in Orlando, Florida. David said he lived in an apartment in Orlando for three and a half years before finding the perfect house!
Jasmine Roth and her family seem pretty settled in Huntington Beach, California. This is her second home there and she seems to be in love! In an HGTV exclusive, Jasmine talks through the process of renovating this home to make it a bright and cheery “Roth Homestead” to raise her new baby Hazel!
We’re absolutely in love with the giant word search in the living room! Those of us with kiddos know the struggle of wrangling little toys in the living room, Jasmine had the perfect idea to create a little nook underneath the stairs to house a small play area for the little baby. But we couldn’t forget to mention that stunning kitchen!
Ben and Erin Napier
Ben and Erin Napier are one of HGTV’s favorite couples! The couple’s show, Home Town, shows their passion for historical homes in Mississippi. Their own home was built in 1925, in the historical district of Laurel, Mississippi. They never planned to be famous, but their home was featured in Southern Weddings magazine and it caught the eyes of HGTV producers.
Their craftsman home is cozy down to every last detail! Erin shared her feelings about her home on Instagram in 2016 saying, “Our walls are covered with the people we love, our grandparents and parents…Our people were young and silly and adventurous, they shaped who we are and what we become, and their presence everywhere we turn makes home feel the way it should.”
After getting caught up in some serious legal dramas, Alison Victoria sold her stunning Chicago home for $2.15 million! The house was listed and removed several times before finally selling through a private deal—probably due to the bad publicity Alison was facing at the time from a renovation gone bad on the show.
This gorgeous home featured a two-car garage (which is rare in Chicago), a private movie room, a rooftop deck, and an amazing outdoor kitchen. This home is packed with old Chicago charm mixed with a touch of glam. You can tell Alison put her heart and soul into this home, we hope she’s able to make a new home just as nice!
Emily Henderson’s whimsical Los Angeles home actually sold in 2021. She announced on her blog that she’s making huge life changes with a move to Portland, Oregon! We loved her LA home so much, we couldn’t make this list without talking about it!
Covered in gorgeous ivy, this cottage home boasts old-world charm with the creature comforts of a modern home. Emily said she just had to add an English flower garden in the front…and we can see why. As for the inside, the gorgeous oak floors and trim accents perfectly frame her curated style.
Jillian Harris’s dreamy home is every girl’s dream house! Jillian has an iconic style that is in no short supply in this house. Located in West Kelowna, B.C. her home features breezy creams and pastels that make anyone sit down and relax awhile.
The home's rustic charm brings a homey sense to the atmospheric living spaces. Her master bedroom is full of crisp linens and tufted fabrics, the gorgeous white-washed kitchen makes us feel like we’re in a french country home.
Atlanta-based designer and father of two, Vern Yip’s house is as stunning as ever…even with the kiddos! Over the years on HGTV Vern has become known for his gorgeous design themes with bright colors and striking decor elements. His stucco home was overhauled, top to bottom, with the exception of the original oak hardwood floors.
This stunning home features plenty of natural light with picture windows and wide-open french doors. Vern’s rich style is perfectly appointed in this space with priceless artifacts and antiques. When asked if he’s afraid his kids will break anything, Vern told Better Homes & Gardens this — "I was raised with lots of really beautiful things within my grasp and, believe me, I broke plenty."
Bristol and Aubrey Marunde
Bristol and Aubrey Marunde have renovated over 100 homes together! Former UFC fighter, Bristol was forced into retirement from the UFC after an injury ended his career. But all was not lost! This came just in time for the couple’s career with HGTV to take off. The couple settled into their own reno in Henderson, NV.
Their stunning home is in the Anthem-planned community in Henderson, NV. Their home is posh and rich, as Vegas goes! They’ve carefully curated their home with clearance items and bargain finds. Out back there is a massive playset for the kiddos and even a chicken coop!
Sarah Richardson is an old pro at the HGTV game, with numerous shows under her belt like Design Inc., Sarah 101, and Sarah’s Rental Cottage, just to name a few. And it's clear that she’s an old pro at design every bit as much in her own home as well.
This photo perfectly displays the simple beauty of the Richardson home. Sarah describes her home as “all things neutral and natural, with a touch of light,” and that’s exactly the kind of house we would want to come home to after a long day of filming with HGTV! Nice.
Sabrina Soto has appeared on several HGTV shows, but her real claim to fame is as host of the highly popular The High/Low Project. Since she lives in New York, space can be a rare resource, so she tries to make the most of it in her home by getting creative.
Design elements that are created from recycled materials are an important thing for Soto, and you can see that clearly in the gorgeous recycled rug featured prominently in this room. Sometimes, simple is better, and that’s exactly the vibe her space is giving us. Plus, she's helping the environment!
Genevieve Gorder has been in the world of television and home design since her early days back in the 2000s on Trading Spaces. But the world has changed a lot since then, and, like many of us in the past two years, Gorder has spent hours trying to create the perfect Zoom backdrop with her bookcase.
And let’s just say that, unlike some of us, she is definitely succeeding at the task. The black background makes her bookshelf sections look like shadow boxes, and it’s the perfect way to make the assorted books and items really pop. And look how neat she keeps those stacks.
Ty Pennington spent a career on Extreme Home Makeover and various HGTV shows renovating houses into dream homes for grateful recipients. So, are we really that surprised that America’s favorite handyman likes to tinker with renovations in his own home? Not really!
This photo, which Pennington captioned as a #workinprogress shows a simple dining room with lots of potential. Honestly, it’s pretty beautiful as it is, but we imagine that Ty Pennington has much more ambitious things in store for this humble little room!
Nicole Curtis made a name for herself with an entire Rehab Addict franchise that spanned multiple shows. No one can take an underloved and underappreciated home and turn it into a work of art better than she can! Case in point: her own beautiful home that she worked so hard on.
This photo provides a gorgeous exterior shot of Curtis’ personal home, and we are absolutely loving the classic New England vibes that this house is giving us. We would love to know more about the beautiful design elements going on inside!
Egypt Sherrod may have hosted the HGTV shows Property Virigns and Flipping Virgins, but she’s no newbie to the world of design and home renovation. This may look like an unassuming (but gorgeously designed) room, but there was actually much more going on behind the scenes to make this happen.
As hard as it is to believe, this bright, open space was once a home movie theater, which Sherrod described as “dark and gloomy.” She definitely made the right choice to go with a complete overhaul in terms of style and function! What will she remodel next?
Mina Starsiak Hawk
Along with co-host (and her mother) Karen E. Laine, Mina Starsiak Hawk has been hosting Good Bones on HGTV since 2016. Together, they have managed to flip some truly beautiful houses, but it’s clear that Mina knows a home is for more than just looking good on TV.
One glance at this photo makes it clear that a growing and happy family lives here. The beautiful floors and gorgeous shelves and tables may be covered by kids’ stuff, but that’s exactly how a home should be: a little lived-in and a lot more beautiful.
Leanne Ford, along with her brother, Steve, has been restoring homes in the Pittsburgh area for several years on their HGTV show Restored by the Fords. But it’s clear that her own home needs no restoration. As you can see, it’s perfect exactly how it is right now.
It’s as clear as her windows that Ford loves natural light, and we can only imagine that all that sun makes it look even more beautiful in person. Plus, if you look carefully, you’ll see that Ford’s sofa is actually from her very own furniture line. If someone uses their own product, you know it must be quality!
Keith Bynum hosts Bargain Block where he attempts to renovate as many homes in a neighborhood as possible while keeping them affordable to families looking for homes. However, it’s clear that no expense was spared when it came to designing and decorating his own home!
His Colorado home looks cozy at first glance, but if you look closely you’ll see some really nice details emerge, like that wood accent wall and other wooden features. Of course, every good home needs a dog to guard the couch as well!
Lyndsey Lamb, along with her twin and co-host, Leslie Davis, has made a career for herself finding hopeless houses and turning them into high-quality homes on HGTV’s Unsellable Houses. It seems like her own home would be a hot commodity on the market, though!
When it comes to couches, there’s nothing better than leather, but there are so many more great things going on in this room than just the seating. A perfect backdrop for all those video calls is a must, and her wood and houseplant combo more than gets the job done. They’re hard to see, but it looks like those floors might be vintage wood too!
Tiffany Brooks rose to fame after winning the 2013 season of HGTV’s Design Star. Since then, she’s stayed busy as the host of several programs including Rock the Block and $50k Three Ways. And she’s obviously been using her interior design expertise to deck out her own home too!
We’ll be honest, arranging your bookshelf by color is a controversial choice in the design world, but it kind of works in Brooks’ home. The rest of the room features a ton of neutral colors, so those vivid pops of color the books provide are a welcome addition to the ambiance.
Josh Temple is a licensed contractor who has appeared in several HGTV programs, but he’s most well known as the host of House Crashers, which has been on the air for almost ten years and thirteen seasons. And it really comes as no surprise that a handyman like him lets the home's major fixtures do a lot of the design heavy lifting.
Sometimes you don’t need a ton of knick-knacks, patterns, and colors to make a room look truly beautiful. Sometimes all you need are a few gorgeously made and well-placed glass doors and windows. With a view that beautiful, why not let Mother Nature be your interior designer?
Brian Patrick Flynn
Brian Patrick Flynn has been sharing his interior design expertise for years across multiple TV shows and cable channels. HGTV may want to claim him as their own, but we’ll always remember him for Movie and a Makeover on TBS! However, it turns out that Flynn is just as good at exterior design as interior design.
The exterior of his stunning home is a study in contrasts—opposites attract, at least in the Flynn household! The dark gray wood and brick of the home itself might seem a little drab and depressing to some, but when you combine it with the beautiful hues of the flowers surrounding it, all the design elements just fall perfectly into place.
Mike Holmes is truly an HGTV veteran. His career began all the way back in 2003 with Holmes on Homes and has continued through ten or more other renovation shows! This guy isn’t afraid to tear everything up and start from scratch, and that shows in this beautiful deck renovation he did for his own home.
A deck as huge and elaborate as this would stump even the best of handymen, but with his decades of experience, Holmes makes the whole thing look too easy. If we know Mike, this thing is quality made and should last him for decades!
There’s not a Canuk in the Great White North that knows home renovations better than Bryan Baeumler. He first appeared on HGTV in 2007 and since then has hosted several shows on the network—many with his name in them, which is how you know you’re a true HGTV star.
If you’re a fan of marble and wood, you’ll definitely love the interior of Baeumler’s home. We’re gonna go out on a limb and guess that he probably did all of that gorgeous wood and marble work himself! This style might seem a little cliche and “millennial” to some, but when it’s done right like this, it looks gorgeous!