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.
A formal front room was divided to create the new dining space and this stylized study decorated in modern industrial style.
Two pendant lights along with recessed lighting illuminate a new kitchen island.
Chip and Joanna Gaines turned a dark and dated '60s ranch into this bright showplace that's a now highlight of the neighborhood. The tire swing is a bonus.
A new sink and marble countertop sit on top of new blue gray wooden cabinets in the newly renovated master bathroom.
The bathroom has been reconfigured and outfitted with marble floors and countertops, twin vanities and one very tall medicine cabinet.
Vintage floral illustrations hang above the rustic wooden mantel of the fireplace in the Gulley's master bedroom.
Other bedroom enhancements include new window treatments and a large antique mirror with distressed metal frame.
Two sets of antique wooden doors in the study open to the living room.
The antique desk, serving double duty as a sideboard, offers workspace, task lighting and plenty of drawers for storing and organizing craft supplies.
The brick exterior is freshly painted in crisp white and the shutters in soft gray.
An ornate black metal bed is piled high with colorful bedding and pillows. A unique glass lamp sits on the white wooden bedside table in the newly renovated bedroom.
In this second bathroom, an old vanity was removed and replaced with this sink with chrome legs and mirror.
Antique wooden doors create a visual statement and open onto the adjacent living space. French doors and windows were added here and elsewhere to provide natural light and create a more open feel.
A centerpiece of fresh greenery is planted in an old wooden tool box on the coffee table in the newly renovated living room.
A section of a windmill fan serves as a compelling piece of wall decor above a rustic wood console.
Two pendant lights illuminate a new kitchen island with a countertop made from the wood of an old train car. The island offers additional counter space and a casual dining area.
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.