The ladies of HGTV know a thing or two about curb appeal. Whether they're scoping out prime real estate or knocking down walls, they keep it hot.
Like Flip or Flop's Christina El Moussa, who looks flawless while gutting houses by day and lights up a red carpet by night.
Jillian's time on The Bachelorette taught her a thing or two about making tough choices. So the beautiful new mom is a perfect pick for HGTV's Love It or List It.
Try not to fall in love as you watch the Design on a Dime star teach audiences how to bargain hunt. Impossible.
The gorgeous Kitchen Crashers host turns horrendous spaces into beautiful modern kitchens while barely breaking a sweat.
This Fixer Upper star puts the "model" in "remodel."
Rehab Addict's super-cute construction expert Nicole Curtis will leave you craving more.
Named "America's most beloved real estate agent," Egypt Sherrod knows how to put her best face forward.
This Cuban-born designer has a knack for making everything look perfect, including herself.
This designer is known for her approachable style and obsession with all things vintage, as well as being an all-around delight.
This Design on a Dime hottie always looks like a million bucks.
This host has been a designer for more than 20 years. Whether she's on the red carpet or in a living room, she has a wealth of style knowledge.
This Toronto-based star has hosted six different HGTV shows, charming viewers with each gig.
The multi-talented beauty from Spice Up My Kitchen does more than whistle while she works. She broke into show business by singing backup for Mary J. Blige. Oh, and she's also a judge. Watch out, now!
The design pro knows thing or two about style. She's been helping families stay in their homes with convenient renovations on Love It or List It for 11 seasons.
This Emmy-nominated television host is known for her exuberant personality and enthusiasm for all things creative.
Few things are sexier than empowerment. This real estate mogul encourages women to take charge of their lives on her show Buy Herself.
Before Debbie Travis became a decorating guru, she was a fashion model. It's no surprise: Her style is flawless.
This contractor started as a set designer for independent movies. That means she can build your house and furnish it. Wowzers.