Media Release: Wednesday April 15, 2020

Looking to renovate, redecorate or simply revamp?

Settle in with some of the best home reno shows on Foxtel

The Property Brothers: Drew & Jonathan Scott

Programs available to stream on Foxtel NOW

With hours upon hours being spent at home, are you starting to think of ways your place could look better? This may be the time to tackle those jobs around the house you’ve been putting off. Whether you’re looking to renovate, redecorate, reorganise or revamp, Foxtel has pulled together some of the top home-renovation shows offering DIY inspiration from some of the best in the business.

The HOME RENO PROJECTS on demand compilation is available now and features award-winning architects Kevin McCloud, Tom Dyckhoff, Deborah Saunt, George Clarke and Dermot Bannon, interior designer Naomi Cleaver, construction and renovation professional Bryan Baeumler, experienced contractor Mike Holmes, design expert Kirstie Allsopp and Property Brothers’ Drew and Jonathan Scott.

Kirstie’s Homemade Home sees Kirstie Allsopp on a mission to transform her run-down country cottage into the ultimate ‘homemade’ home – with everything either made in the UK or made by her. Each episode Kirstie renovates a room and creates a dream interior that’s unique and personal to her, learning new skills in order to create bespoke items to furnish her home. From having a throw on the potting wheel to turning a lump of glass into a beautiful tumbler, putting her pedal to the metal as she gets to grips with a sewing machine or creating beautiful coffee tables made only of packing boxes, Kirstie aims to take us on the path to crafts.

Drew and Jonathan Scott are Real Estate’s dynamic duo. Property Brothers: Forever Home follows the twin brothers on a mission to help couples transform their current houses into forever homes. Drew, a seasoned agent, takes the homeowners on a tour of nearby renovated homes to learn about the features they can and can’t live without. Then it’s over to licensed contractor Jonathan who presents two design options that showcase different ways their house can be reimagined. Stakes are high and the pressure is on as the brothers tackle a full-scale renovation with the goal of creating a forever home for their client.

The situation is flipped in The Property Brothers At Home as Drew and Jonathan embark on a massive renovation of their co-owned Las Vegas home just in time for the Scott family reunion. It’s an up-close look into the lives of the renovation and real estate superstars as they take on their most difficult clients – themselves.

If you’re looking for design trends and inspiration, innovations in building techniques and materials, guides to project managing and renovating then Grand Designs Trade Secrets is the series for you. Each episode focuses on design trends from sustainable homes to home extensions with experts in their fields Naomi Cleaver, Kevin McCloud, Deborah Saunt and Tom Dyckhoff providing their trade secrets to creating Grand Designs. Tom discovers the latest and most advanced materials that are revolutionising the way we build houses including NASA designed super insulating glass and the latest in green roof technology. Kevin and Deborah have the lowdown on what you need to do if you want to become a successful Grand Designer, tackling the tricky business of how to build on difficult plots, what’s hot in building materials and how to find the perfect builder. While Naomi takes us through all things design, from how to make antiques work in a modern interior to the latest cutting-edge interior design trends.

Whether you’re ready to pick up a paintbrush, knock down a wall or purchase a new cushion, Foxtel’s HOME RENO PROJECTS on demand compilation has you covered with further programming including Holmes and Homes, Grand Designs Indoors, Room To Improve, Ugly House To Lovely House and Leave it to Bryan.

All of Foxtel’s home reno series are available to stream for Foxtel subscribers On Demand via internet connected IQ boxes, on smartphones and tablets using the Foxtel GO app, and via Foxtel Now