Designer and entrepreneur Tamara Day became extremely popular thanks to DIY Network’s series Bargain Mansions that you can currently see on HGTV. She is restoring houses in Kansas City and flipping them for profit. She also runs her own blog and online store with interior decorations. As of 2020, Tamara Day’s net worth grew to 2.8 million dollars. Find out also how rich the other HGTV stars Ben Napier, Mina Starsiak, and Karen Laine are.
Tamara was born on August 20, 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri. She was growing up on a family farm and her dad taught her a lot about construction while she was helping him to fix farm buildings. And she had a lot of fun doing it. So eventually, she and her husband bougt a run-down mansion in 2008 with a goal of completely restoring it.
It went well and they found a great new hobby. While her husband kept his full-time job in Finance, Tamara was very hands-on from the beginning. And what she couldn’t do herself, they hired professionals to finish it. The result was so great, they kept the house. But they decided to repeat this success and hobby turned into business.
Day personally likes the furnishing/shopping/designing part the most. And she can create fabulous interior with help of yard sales and her own two hands. You can watch her mad skills on Bargain Mansion in 2020 as the show continued with second and third season and we bet the number four is just behind the corner.
Husband and family
Tamara married her boyfriend Bill Day in 2001. The happy couple has four kids together! Three sons of age 15, 13, and 11, and a lovely daughter Nora who is only 7. Her husband also has a background in house flipping but also work for finance industry on his resume.
Tamara Day net worth increases over the last years
- 2017: $1.9 million
- 2018: $2.1 million
- 2019: $2.5 million
- 2020: $2.8 million
Sources of income, salary
Day is running her own business named Growing Days. She literally was selling from the first floow of her mansion during open days. And people love her refurbished furniture and repurposed decorations. Today, she has a brick and mortar store as well as e-shop. Tamara sells candles, apparel, rugs, art, and lot of other things you can use to make your home nicer.
She is doing what she loves and her net worth keeps growing fast. Isn’t that ideal? Beginning 2017, Tamara Day expanded into reality TV when she agreed to have her won show named Bargain Mansions. This made her blog even more popular and helped her reach close to 50 thousand followers on Instagram.
We can only admire how versatile this mother of four is. If you are interested in professionally restored mansions and the process of going from fixer upper into curb appeal miracles, HGTV is reprising 1st and 3rd season right now.