Fixer Upper Host Joanna Gaines pulls back a large photographic banner of Whitney and Martin Gaspar's home in its original state, in order to reveal the newly renovated home.
Joanna Gaines pulls back a large photographic banner of the Holt family's home in its original state in order to reveal the new renovation.
Fixer Upper co-host Joanna Gaines pulls back a large photographic banner of Whitney and Martin Gaspar's home in its original state to reveal the newly renovated home.
Chip and Joanna take a boat ride with homeowners to reveal their new home on the Brazos river.
Joanna shows Chip how strong she is as they demolish the entryway of the Bed and Breakfast.
Chip and Joanna were actually able to track down and meet the author of the hidden note who had placed it there during the home's construction.
Joanna and Chip discuss post-demolition cleanup for one of their renovation projects.
Joanna works on a flower arrangement for display at the annual sale at their newly renovated farm house at Magnolia Farms.
Joanna pulls back a large photographic banner of the Sanders home in its original state in order to reveal the newly renovated home.
Joanna and Chip remove debris from the kitchen of the Bell home on Demo Day.
Chip and Joanna Gaines start demolishing the entryway, but not before Chip starts acting goofy and Joanna takes his hat.
Chip clowns around with Joanna as they start demolishing the entryway to the Bed and Breakfast.
Chip Gaines has some fun in the lake near the Holt home before the renovation by the Fixer Upper team.
Chip and Joanna Gaines remove debris from the kitchen of the Bell home.
This landscape plan brings the fire pit close to the cooking action and dining table, but still provides ambience for drinks and leisurely conversation.
Even the family pet can be part of the action with a kitchen this spacious. All-white decor lets the sunlight bounce around the space.
The coffee table was inspired by the camp fire. It's simplicity is a welcome respite amongst the action and excitement.
Two large mirrors hang at the rear of the room to allow customers to be a part of the restaurant's ambiance even when they are seated with their backs to the action.