Chip and Joanna of HGTV's Fixer Upper have completely transformed this Waco home's master bathroom to create a custom retreat for the homeowners. The space features a custom archway over the tub, Jack and Jill closets, a custom glass shower and double sinks.
The gorgeous gray tile in this bathroom space lends itself to the modern design of the room, keeping it looking clean and light. The recessed lighting in the shower highlights the space and helps to make it warm and inviting.
To put the finishing touches on this living room, Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines added contemporary details to make the space pop. A blue arabesque rug adorns the floor, bringing a cool splash of color to the design, while a vintage, glass coffee table, candlesticks and vase with live flowers give the room the classic details that make the home unique.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this extra room was transformed into a work space that doubles as a music room. This space is the perfect place to create-light, warm, inviting. So the homeowners can work from home, Joanna picked out a beautifully rustic desk and chair, paired with a suede couch that is professional enough for a business meeting, but comfortable enough for an impromptu concert.
This revitalized master bedroom has been given new life. Once a drab space, Joanna added a gray accent wall to give the space texture. Light, airy curtains accentuate the natural light that pours into the space through the large sliding glass doors, softening the space. New end tables and lamps, a new rug and contemporary art put the finishing touches on this elegant Fixer Upper.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the formal dining room in this home was moved to the sunporch to create a unique space for entertaining. With plenty of natural light, the space feels bright and open, while the brick fireplace makes the space feel a part of the home. A new, rustic dining room table brings this space to life, as the new chandelier helps to light the space and add a touch of elegance.
To make this kitchen seem lighter and brighter, Chip and Joanna, of HGTV's Fixer Upper, made good use of the bay windows. By removing curtains and allowing plenty of natural light into the space, the neutral white color palette reflects the light, creating a bright, open, inviting kitchen with plenty of prep space and seating.
Previously, the kitchen and living rooms were separated from each other, but when Chip and Joanna of HGTV's Fixer Upper redesigned the space, they moved the fireplace to open up the spaces. Now, the fireplace serves as a feature that makes the living space nice and cozy, and there is a clear line of sight from the eat-in kitchen to the bright, elegant living space.
Just off the kitchen, a casual dining room basks in the glow of the natural light from the large pay windows. A new, rustic dining table provides the family with a great space for making memories, while the contrasting black chairs make great statement pieces. Custom benches and cabinets are in place behind the dining table to create more seating and display the homeowners' vintage dishes.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the previously drab and closed in, this kitchen has been completely renovated and revived into a stylish, functional space. To open up the kitchen, Chip removed a large beam and fireplace, opening the kitchen into the living room, then Joanna swathed the kitchen in white, creating a bright, classic design. To provide functionality, a custom island was installed, giving the family more prep space and seating, and the addition of new appliances and a subway tile backsplash gives the space a little extra pizzaz.
Chip and Joanna, from HGTV's Fixer Upper, have completed renovated this living room, which was once a closed in, disconnected space. Chip moved the wall that contained the fireplace to open up the space and had a new mantle constructed on the outside wall. Joanna brought in rustic touches to create a comfortable, yet sophisticated space for the family to enjoy. The entire space is lit and tied together by a new chandelier that adds an elegant touch to this rustic chic living space.
An ornate wooden border trim invites guests to a quaint window seating area in this traditional dining room. Patterned window treatments and orange and white throw pillows frame the space and provide a cozy feel to this charming nook.
This traditional china cabinet serves as the perfect display area for vintage china, glass ware, and silver serving ware. The floral and aviary patterned wall design add visual interest while the mounted pheasants sitting atop provide a unique conversation starter. The wall treatment may look like wallpaper, but it's actually paper-backed fabric. Designer Sarah Richardson used this centuries-old process to achieve a sophisticated look in her dining room. The process of backing fabric with paper is known as lamination or paper backing and costs about $10 per yard. Check with local wallpaper or fabric stores for availability.
This traditional dining room features a silver-themed table setting, a dining table in rich wood tones and casual wicker seating. The formal chandelier adds a touch of elegance to the space, while the red-patterned wallpaper, wood hutch and area rug bring warmth to the room.
This eclectic dining room pairs together traditional decor, like the Oriental area rugs and ivory wall panels, with modern touches. A brick-line wall upon entry, artistic chandelier and vibrant prance floral wallpaper all give the space an updated vibe.