Even though Chip and Joanna Gaines have so many exciting ventures coming up (a cookbook
, and even a pregnancy
!), we can’t help but mourn the loss of one of our favorite renovation shows
. After five seasons, Fixer Upper
has become a huge part of our lives, but before you despair too much, know that there’s a whole world of renovation and design shows out there that offer unique perspectives, incredible makeovers, and, of course, smart decor.
Read on for the shows we’re watching to help us cope with the end of Fixer Upper.Restored by the Fords
With a January premiere date
(conveniently right after Fixer Upper
), the brand-new Restored by the Fords
just might be your new favorite show. Following brother and sister duo Leah and Steve Ford as they fix up older houses around their hometown of Pittsburgh, Restored by the Fords
is a great option for anyone looking to learn how to improve an aged home.
"We renovated homes both in the country and in the city," Leanne tells Domino. "The fun part for me is that as a designer, I got to work with so many different homes, each unique in its style, history, and owners.”