Chelsea Houska’s New Show ‘Farmhouse Fabulous’ Has Started Filming! Take a Look Behind the Scenes!

Former ‘Teen Mom 2’ fan favorite Chelsea DeBoer (Houska) has officially started filming for her new show with husband Cole DeBoer, ‘Farmhouse Fabulous!’ The home remodeling show will air on the HGTV network sometime next year but for now we can get a peek at the shows production thanks to Chelsea keeping us updated.

It is an exciting day here in South Dakota! I’m nervous, ok so, we start filming today,” Chelsea said in an Instagram Story on Friday. “If you missed our announcement, we are going to have a show on HGTV which is frickin amazing. We’ve been working so hard on things and today is our first day of filming so I gotta go get ready, got my nails done. I think I’ll take you guys with me on a little behind the scenes and kind of show our day.

According to the HGTV website The series will follow Chelsea and Cole as they launch a design business in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The couple discovered their love for design while building their dream home (for their family of six!) on 25 acres of land in Sioux Falls. Now they’re ready to take on the challenge of helping others in the area do the same.

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I’m very nervous,” Chelsea continued on Instagram. “It’s been so long since I filmed, and I feel like I don’t know what I’m doing. I think there’s gonna be some familiar faces as far as the crew so that makes me feel better. It’s gonna be great.

We can’t wait to take our fans along this next crazy journey of building our business from the ground up — with four kids in tow — showing all of the highs and lows on the renovation site and at home,” Chelsea says.

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