In one of their more ambitious exterior makeovers, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines re-pitched the roof line of this home and dramatically enhanced the entry with a porch bump-out that features post-and-beam construction. The exterior is further dressed up with fresh green paint, contrasting black shutters and new stairs and railing.
As seen on Fixer Upper, this home's outside appearance was transformed by adding an all-new facade with post-and-beam construction, a full wraparound porch, new metal roof and natural wood columns and support beams.
This home's breakfast nook is boxed out with white oak-clad posts and beams, sourced from a local mill. Shiplap paneling was given a pretty lemonade-yellow wash to play off the blue walls of the nearby mudroom.
The flow and logistics of the house were re-oriented by adding a new front entry complete with post-and-beam construction and a metal roof. A two-car garage and concrete driveway complete the look of the exterior.
A new entry for this renovated 12,000-square foot main house showcases the home's rustic appeal and welcomes visitors into a retreat unlike any other. The stone exterior and steps beautifully accent the grand wooden post and beam entrance.
This eight-acre property on Camano Island, Washington, features a 4,700-square-foot main house, a guest house, a post-and-beam barn, chicken coop, apartment and original owner's house. The property also offers flower and vegetable gardens, fruit trees and sweeping waterfront views.