Erin Napier Reveals Who Pays for the Furnishings on HGTV's 'Home Town'

Country Living Staff
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Photo credit: The Washington Post - Getty Images

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Home Town has been on HGTV for years now, but there are still some burning questions fans have about with the show. Two of the biggest: Who pays for all the furnishings on the show and do the homeowners get to keep everything? After seeing all the carefully curated and impeccably designed pieces from Erin and Ben Napier it totally makes sense why there's such an interest. If you've been wondering this same thing, you're in luck because we found the answer!

Who pays for the furnishings on HGTV's Hometown and do the owners get to keep them?

Back in 2017, Erin shared some "insider info." about this whole process on Instagram. "The homeowners' budget usually does allow for lots of pieces they get to keep + the custom pieces @scotsman.co builds for each home and I like to use the homeowner's own furnishings and objects as much as possible," Erin wrote.

But the budget may not include a few things, and for those items, Erin revealed that the homeowners get a book filled with photos of all the pieces, and the opportunity to purchase them if they'd like — sometimes even at a discounted price. "It's a kind of 'welcome to the neighborhood!' from locals to these sweet new folks"

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As for other HGTV shows, it depends. Drew Scott revealed that the families featured on Property Brothers do indeed get to keep everything.

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Whereas on a show like Fixer Upper, they apparently don't.

There you have it!

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