Teen Mom Chelsea Houska & Cole DeBoer score HGTV reality show Farmhouse Fabulous despite fans branding their home 'ugly'

CHELSEA Houska and her husband Cole DeBoer have secured their own HGTV reality show called Farmhouse Fabulous.

The couple has been given the green light on the new show despite facing backlash over their design choices for their brand new South Dakota home.

Chelsea, 30, and her husband Cole, 33, have scored a brand new reality show on HGTV called Farmhouse Fabulous.

The series, set to debut in 2023, will follow the couple as they help families renovate their homes.

“Chelsea and Cole are spirited young entrepreneurs breaking ground in the home renovation business,” theSVP of Programming & Production, Betsy Ayala told Deadline.

“We’ll showcase their optimism and youthful creativity throughout the series and we’re sure their 8.6 million Instagram followers will love every minute of it!”

With Cole's past experience with construction combined with Chelsea's love for interior design, the pair have taken the next steps in their career with their new renovation show.

“After building our dream farmhouse in Sioux Falls a few years ago, we realized we have a real knack for design and home reno and it’s evolved into our passion,” the busy father told the outlet.

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“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 added.

The former reality star's new venture came just months after she finished construction on her brand new South Dakota Farmhouse.

However, the Teen Mom alum did not receive rave reviews from fans after its completion.

In August, on their home's Instagram page, the couple shared a huge snapshot of their entire property.

In the snap, clouds hovered above their farmhouse. 

Half of the building appeared to be covered in shadows, due to the black paint. 

The caption stated: "This is your sign to paint your house black."

Trolls were quick to jump into the comments section to share their dislike of the decoration choice.

"Never!" one ripped, while a second mentioned: "Bird poop though."

A third critic chimed in: "Joey is already shaking his head."

A commentator pointed out: "I don’t think that works when your house is tiny lol."

Throughout the building process last year, the ex MTV star shared frequent updates on the construction of her South Dakota dream home.

In one post, Chelsea wrote: "When was the last time I showed the exterior? My dad went out and got some really awesome drone shots the other day and I HAD to share.

"I just love it. Crazy to think how close we are to being done!!"

Alongside the caption was a sky view of the farmhouse being built while the roof appeared to be all black.

Fans took to the Reddit comments section to react.

One person wrote: "Sooooooo ugly oh my god," while another chimed in with, "Hideous. With her house budget, she could have chosen something gorgeous. This is terrible and so is the cornfield view."

Chelsea and Cole share their daughters Layne, one, Walker, six months, and son Watson, three, as well as 10-year-old daughter Aubree, whom she welcomed with her ex Adam Lind.

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