Chances are, if you're from Ontario and you've ever scrolled through Instagram, you've likely come across at least one or two photos of the millennial-approved and aesthetically pleasing June Motel located off the coast of Picton Bay in Prince Edward County.

And, after opening the doors to the boutique motel that looks like it's been plucked straight from Palm Springs just four years ago, it was time for the founders of the popular June Motel to do it all over again –- only bigger.

But not only that, co-founders April Brown and Sarah Sklash are sharing their story as they renovate their second property -- The June -- in Sauble Beach on Lake Huron in a new makeover series on Netflix.

Debuting on August 25, Motel Makeover is a six-episode series that will follow the makeover duo as they chase the millennial dream of leaving their secure full-time jobs to be their own bosses, and transform a dingy roadside motel in Sauble Beach into The June.⁠

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The pair's second business and motel adventure has completely reimagined the motel experience, with no design detail overlooked. From the moment guests arrive, they'll be impressed by The June's retro, '70s beach vibe that just might be more Instagramable than the besties turned business partners' PEC June Motel.

The Netflix series documents Brown and Sklas as they encounter project pitfalls, not to mention a pandemic, as they bring their design magic to a rundown motel and revamp it into a go-to getaway.

"The show is amazing because you really see Sarah and I struggle as entrepreneurs, designers, and trying to build this business that we love so much," Brown told STOREYS.

"I think it's a very fun and uplifting show that hopefully inspires other people to pursue their dreams and go after the things that really excite them," added Brown.

You can watch the full Motel Makeover trailer below.