A centerpiece of fresh greenery is planted in an old wooden tool box on the coffee table in the newly renovated living room.
Multiple ceiling beams got removed from this space and a single raw wood beam added as a visual accent dividing the new living room and kitchen.
Other new features in the kitchen include white cabinets extending to the ceiling, concrete countertops, subway tile and an antique copper vent hood.
The antique desk, serving double duty as a sideboard, offers workspace, task lighting and plenty of drawers for storing and organizing craft supplies.
A pendant light illuminates a new kitchen island with a countertop made from the wood of an old train car. A vintage scale hold glasses and dish ware.
Hex tile in varying shades of brown is used for the shower floor in the guest bath.
His and her vanities take the center stage in this master bathroom makeover done by team Jonathan as seen on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother.
The living room is adorned with bright and comfortable furniture and accessories.
Two sets of antique wooden doors in the study open to the living room.
The bathroom has been reconfigured and outfitted with marble floors and countertops, twin vanities and one very tall medicine cabinet.
A section of a windmill fan serves as a compelling piece of wall decor above a rustic wood console.
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.
The study is staged with industrial shelving, antique furnishings and decorations.
An large formal dining room got divided into two separate spaces making way for this new study.
A new sink and marble countertop sit on top of new blue gray wooden cabinets in the newly renovated master bathroom.
Joanna Gaines took a plain, ordinary bedroom and reimagined it with lots of color, light and decorative touches drawing on cottage style.
A new sink and faucet, cement countertops and a subway tile backsplash give a modern look to the newly renovated kitchen in the Gulley home.
A large, marble tiled standup shower replaced the original bathtub in the Gulley's master bathroom.