We do know the consequences of those seemingly simple DIY hacks, which are fast becoming a trend on social media. Even HGTV came up with several such projects to help desperate homeowners in renovating their properties, especially in these pandemic times. But nothing can be worse than a DIY makeover gone wrong! And if it’s your beloved house, you are bound to scream in frustration — ‘Help! I Wrecked My House’. Well, with a title that surmises everything we have said above, this reality series features an expert designer, guiding people with DIY renovations gone wrong. For additional details, you can check out our detailed preview below!
Help! I Wrecked My House Season 1 Release Date:
‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ season 1 premieres on September 12, 2020, at 8 pm ET/ 7 pm CT on HGTV. New episodes will also be available on the HGTV Go app, following their tv premiere every Saturday evening.
Help! I Wrecked My House Host
‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ is hosted by Jasmine Roth. The California-based housing and interior designer has been with HGTV for quite some time now. She is known for her shows like ‘Hidden Potential’, ‘Home and Family’, and ‘House to Home’. Roth was also featured in the talk show ‘Today’. Speaking about her latest venture on the channel, she said in a press release: “Families everywhere are renovating their homes themselves right now. When they’ve taken on more than they bargained for, that’s when they call me. I can rescue them from their renovation disasters and help give them their dream home.”
What is Help! I Wrecked My House About?
‘Help! I Wrecked My House’ follows the host Jasmine Roth as she offers a helping hand to overzealous do-it-yourselfers, who have messed up their home remodeling projects. Roth and her team not only redeem these failed renovation experiments but also customize the spaces with a new, beautiful, and functional design, specifically curated as per the clients’ specifications and preferences.
In the series premiere, Jasmine meets a young family who had attempted a major home improvement project, only to land themselves in trouble. Now, they can’t use their bathroom, kitchen, and backyard. Roth jumps in just at the right time to give her assistance. She scours the property and uses her ideas to transform the space into a relaxing haven. In HGTV’s press release, Roth explained her approach of fine-tuning her overhauling process according to the customer taste. She said:
“When I meet homeowners, I try to understand not only their design taste and what they like as far as aesthetic but how they live.” In fact, Roth attempts to understand the featured families by asking them simple questions like their Monday to Friday routines. After getting an idea of how the homeowners lead their lives, she sets out to create a customized housing plan that suits their needs.
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