Joanna Gaines took a plain, ordinary bedroom and reimagined it with lots of color, light and decorative touches drawing on cottage style.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed the living room in the Gulley home by installing wood laminate floors and painting the walls a warm gray.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the dining room was once a closed in room at the front of the home, but Chip and Joanna reversed the setup and moved removed the walls that enclosed the first floor, creating an open concept floor plan on the first level of the home. The focal point in this space is the restored fireplace that matches the funky gray trim on the windows, molding and baseboards and looks out across the new dining room table and into the living room.
The craft/dining room is staged with industrial red pendant lights and a large wooden sideboard with drawers and plenty of workspace for crafting. An old wooden sign serves as an art piece.
In the dining room, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, brought in a new, modern chandelier, dining table and chairs. To update the space, they replaced the old wallpaper with beige paint, creating continuity between this space and the rest of the house. Above the buffet, an old window frame has had its panes replaced with mirrors to add light and color in the space, while silver candlesticks and green topiaries add a French Country touch.
The King dining room is connected to the kitchen. The chandelier creates a formal feel while the openness helps maintain the casual comfort of a farm house, as seen on Fixer Upper.
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