Podcasts experienced a surge in popularity in the last few years, and it's no wonder why. They're accessible, low-investment forms of entertainment that you can listen to when you're exercising, cooking dinner, driving, or doing just about anything. Podcasts can also be about anything. If there's a niche TV show or hobby you can think of, there's probably a podcast covering it. And if you're looking for podcasts that talk about the vast topic of homes, well, you're in luck. From redecorating projects to housing market analysis, here are some of the best home-related podcasts you should be listening to.
Since starting their website of the same name in 2010, multi-talented authors, filmmakers, public speakers, and yes, podcasters Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus have helped people learn to live with less. Their podcast delves into the benefits of going minimal, as well as other related topics.
Fix It Home Improvement focuses on – you guessed it – home improvement projects. Most episodes clock in around a digestible 20 minutes and range in topic from how to reduce utility costs to fixing a clogged drain.
Whether you're a lifelong neat freak or you're looking for better ways to deep clean your home, Ask a Clean Person is the tidiness podcast you need. Cleaning expert Jolie Kerr answers your listener questions, chats with guests, and talks about things like how often people should be washing their bathrobes.
Host Richard Gunther uses Home: On as a medium to discuss the latest in home automation and connectivity trends. From analyzing interesting new products to informing and educating, Home: On offers up some of the most thoughtful discussions surrounding smart home tech.
If you're after in-depth analysis of the housing market, Real Estate Today should be in your podcast library. The National Association of REALTORS® brings you this informative show covering topics like buying and selling to improving your home's value.
You know when you see a tastefully decorated living room on Instagram and you think to yourself, "Why can't I do that?" Style Matters is the design-minded podcast that will help you unlock your inner interior designer and develop a style all your own.
Podcasts that cover a certain TV show episode-by-episode are popular nowadays. So it makes sense you'd find one that goes through each episode of Fixer Upper, the much-celebrated TV show that introduced the world to Chip and Joanna Gaines. Though the podcast only began with the show's fourth season and went through the fifth and final season, there are still 40 episodes for superfans to enjoy.
Rather than focus on the house itself, Good to Be Home instead highlights ways to maintain balance in your life. The weekly show explores topics like entrepreneurship, family, marriage, and more in an effort to help you maintain a happy home.
Starting your own garden can be intimidating. The RHS Gardening Podcast aims to alleviate the intimidation and show you just how easy and fulfilling it can be to flex your green thumb.
The Chaise Lounge is one of the top interior design podcasts, thanks in large part to how accessible it makes even the most in-depth discussions of the field. Host Nick May interviews hundreds of the country's top interior designers, revealing strategies that can bolster both entrepreneurs and budding designers alike.