Jeff and Michelle Sanders loved the home they raised their two children in but were tired of being so far from friends and work. They called upon the hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna Gaines, to help them get their perfect home in the perfect location.
Contemporary and chic, this office space designed by Jeff Pelletier features locker storage, a stylish wet bar with gray cabinets and a retro fridge and a long table that's perfect for holding meetings.
We are loving this contemporary office design by Jeff Pelletier! Large windows fill the space with natural light, while metal pendant lights, sconces and bright yellow lamps provide additional light when needed. To keep things organized, there's a row of filing cabinets as well as tall cabinets to store anything you might need for the office.
There's plenty of cabinet space to store office essentials in this public office design by Jeff Pelletier. A large table is perfect for holding meetings, while desks line up parallel to each other with adjustable lamps to provide ample working space.
In the Zen Garden, designers used materials that would complement the structure of the modern home, while creating a relaxing space for the homeowners. Modern concrete steps lead out into the space, while gravel paths create a neutral, soothing scene and cedar benches add space for relaxation.
It’s not hard to imagine Sherlock Holmes sitting, deep in thought, in this cozy living room, with its red walls and wallpaper-lined built-ins, traditional fireplace, antique Oriental rug, and oh-so-comfortable vintage leather armchair.
White walls and beams make a perfect background for this living room's earthy tweed midcentury-modern sofa and chair and the large, visually stunning painting whose colors are echoed in the room's accessories.
Red and white checked gingham bedding brings classic country charm to this bedroom, which is reminiscent of a revamped barn. Simple wood furnishings and high ceilings keep the space feeling open and light.
To keep the pool separate fro the walkway to the Zen Garden, designers added a simple, modern fence that runs halfway around the pool. The fence helps keep the space safe for kids, but doesn't obstruct the beautiful view from the pool.
This living room combines rustic elements such as exposed beams, rafters, and trusses with traditional upholstered furniture, modern wood-and-cable stair railings, and a classic arched window that lets in lots of natural light.
Imagine curling up on this inviting navy-blue nailhead-trim sofa or in one of the red-striped club chairs and watching the light from the stained-glass window play on the red walls of this comfy living room.
The open feel of this French country kitchen is warm and inviting. Two different shaped chairs sit at a simple, round wooden dining table. A built-in shelf structure displays an elegant plate collection above a white marble countertop.