HGTV's '100 Day Dream Home' special awes fans with custom-made homes built in unbelievably short time

The hosts help the families surf plots, locations and even offer them multiple options to choose from — and then get the job done within 100 days or less.


                            HGTV's '100 Day Dream Home' special awes fans with custom-made homes built in unbelievably short time
Mika and Brian Kleinschmidt (HGTV)
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Building a brand new home can be a massive deal and nobody understands how teasing all that anticipation and excitement can be than HGTV's brand new installment of '100 Day Dream Home'. The show, as the name suggests, builds beautiful custom-made homes for its clients, based on their likes, interests, and of course requirements, within a set budget.

But here's the catch. Joining the leagues of the Lifestyle network's other popular real-estate shows like 'Property Brothers' and the sister project, 'HGTV Dream Home', this show offers its clients the added bonus of having your custom-made home built in just 100 days or less, something that has definitely won fans over in a very short period of time.

Hosts and married couple Mika and Brian Kleinschmidt return to give other families their brand new dream homes this time and their agenda is defined by prime parameters such as inspiration, design, and most important deadline. Brian, the handsy developer, incorporates innovative ways to get the walls and ceilings done within just two hours, as opposed to the week long-time period needed to actually get the job done. But worry not, the homes are safe and sturdy as Brian makes sure nothing falls apart. So instead of building walls on the spot, or nailing the ceiling tresses one by one, he builds a structure and then attached it to the rest of the house to cut down on time taken to build it, without compromising with efficiency at all.

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As for Mika, the delightful design-oriented realtor maestro does all the aesthetic build-up to the big reveal; she takes care of the kitchen cabinets, the flooring, the bathroom tiles, and, of course, whether an island suits the space or not. All of these nitty-gritties getting ticked off the checklist as the deadline approaches also gives the show the much-needed edge — a striking good contrast to the stereotypical fluff that most Lifestyle shows tend to fall prey too.



 

Taking it to Twitter, a viewer said, "Really cool show to see beginning to end. I bought a new build and it took about 8 months."

Considering Brian and Mika help the families surf plots, locations and even offer them multiple options to choose from — and then getting the job done within a 100 days or less — really seems to have rubbed fans the right way. I mean, who doesn't want to specify their requirements and then get a brand new house made in three months right? But there's more. "There's a new HGTV show called 100 Day Dream Home. Liking it so far... I think a better show than how the other shows are formatted," shared another fan about its crisp pace.

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Some fans also took notice of this hilarious development in the episode when Brian shared a little detail about his and his father's relationship. Taking it to Twitter, they wrote: "HGTV got me again. Watching some new show called 100 Day Dream Home & the host said he loves his dad but calls him Kevin bc 'it's weird to call your best friend Dad.' He walked off-camera with his lip quivering & I'm bout to fall out. So it's official - the show is off to a good start."

'100 Day Dream Home' returns with new episodes on February 16 only on HGTV.

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