Distinctive features in the new kitchen include a large island with waterfall concrete countertops, suspended industrial shelving and extra tall cabinets.
This light and bright kitchen features white wood cabinets –– some French door style –– with sleek white countertops and a natural stone backsplash. A wood range hood adds a unique touch.
This room is staged with cozy, kid-friendly furniture and a coffee table that spells out the word "LIVE". The coffee table adds an artsy, inspiration touch to compliment the inviting design. A bold orange throw pillow matches the colorful patterned rug that livens up the pale blue wall color and striped blue sofa with ruffled skirt.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines have repainted the siding of the home a modern gray/green and kept the original Dutch door but painted it with a faux finish to look like a dark stained wood grain. They also updated the landscaping as well as a new walkway that matches the brick of the chimney.
The new living room in the King home is open and spacious. Walls have been removed, creating a much more open feel. Shiplap has been put in and new wood floors have been installed, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines used plumbing pipes and wood planks to create industrial-style open shelving that is perfectly at home in this rustic farmhouse kitchen. The shelving blends well with the shiplap paneling feature wall, island made from vintage wood and wood-trimmed range hood. Elegant white subway tile and cabinets and gray quartzite countertops balance the rusticity of the space.
In keeping with the coastal and beach themed touches, the kitchen backsplash is mosaic tile in oceanic shades of turquoise and green.
The sun porch, just off the kitchen, features a wood burning stove and a table custom made by local artisan Clint Harp using reclaimed wood from the floors of an old mansion.
Joanna and Chip Gaines have transformed the living room by removing the support header and opening up the space, creating a better flow into the dining room. By moving the air conditioner to the attic, they were able to open up the hallway behind the wall and move the door from the dining area to the living room. The original hardwood floors were kept and refinished, and a window in the dining room was replaced with French doors. The walls were painted a neutral medium gray with white trim and ceilings.
The Matsumotos wanted an outdoor dining area on a covered porch. The tin ceiling was made from the repurposed metal roof from the home's original structure. A hanging planter was fashioned from an old wooden box salvaged from inside the old house.
In the bedroom, located just off the kitchen, and entire exterior wall had to be replaced due to termite damage. The completed master bedroom includes a build-out for an added closet, new drywall, new ceiling and enlarged windows.
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