Host Joanna Gaines on the back steps of the Hendricks' renovated home, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Host Joanna Gaines sits on the back steps of the Hendricks Family's renovated home, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Step outside the kitchen door into a compelling mix of textures: Wooden steps and a railing lead down to a brick patio. Attractive potted plants finish off the tableau.
Cove lighting underneath the back steps and landscape globe lights make it easier to see during the evening hours.
A cozy patio is tucked in between the two back wings of the house, with steps leading down to the grassy backyard.
The entrance to this home's expansive wine cellar is like a step back in time with stone walls, arched doorways and rustic wood doors.
The back exterior of the home blends gracefully into the large backyard with stone steps and low stone retaining walls bordering walkways and garden beds.
Slide back the large glass doors off the living room, step out onto the balcony and the city of Los Angeles sparkles at your feet.
Step 9b: Affix the ribbon to the back of the wreath with hot glue, then tie the ends together and hang.
The landscaping surrounding this remarkable home comes right up to the window walls. Pull back the doors and step out into the organic beauty.
This small family room features a plush, neutral sofa to kick back, relax and watch TV. Meanwhile, the backyard is just steps away.
The infinity pool cascades down a set of brick steps and a green lawn backs up the house, a pretty outlook for the home's many balconies and patios.
Step 9a: Affix the ribbon to the back of the wreath with hot glue, then tie the ends together and hang.
Step outside this home and experience outdoor dining at its finest. The lovely expansive patio features a large counter-height table overlooking the property's lush back lawn.
A beautiful pool is steps away from the back of this desert mountain retreat. Chunky yet contemporary lounge chairs surround the pool, making for the perfect relaxation spot.
Feminine sophistication shines through in this galley master bathroom. Aged furniture and accessories give an antique look that makes this space feel like a step back in time.
Pull back these sliding glass doors and step out onto a private balcony where a clear railing offers an unencumbered view of the backyard.
In this lower level bedroom, one of six in the home, glass doors slide back to open up the space to a grassy yard and, just steps away, the pool.