Hex tile in varying shades of brown is used for the shower floor in the guest bath.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed the long front room into a study for Jonathan Gulley. The walls were painted deep gray and a modern ceiling fan and wood laminate floors were installed.
A formal front room was divided to create the new dining space and this stylized study decorated in modern industrial style.
The study is staged with industrial shelving, antique furnishings and decorations.
A large, marble tiled standup shower replaced the original bathtub in the Gulley's master bathroom.
A new sink and marble countertop sit on top of new blue gray wooden cabinets in the newly renovated master bathroom.
The original vanity was removed and a new sink with mirror were installed. A new tile standup shower was added.
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.
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.
Other new features in the kitchen include white cabinets extending to the ceiling, concrete countertops, subway tile and an antique copper vent hood.
Joanna Gaines found this 10-foot wooden farm table at the Round Top flea market and paired it with a set of metal industrial chairs, creating a decidedly casual dining space.
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The living room is adorned with bright and comfortable furniture and accessories.
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.
Joanna Gaines took a plain, ordinary bedroom and reimagined it with lots of color, light and decorative touches drawing on cottage style.
The shelving in the study has a ladder to access the top shelf, which is reminiscent of old library shelves.
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.
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.
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