The original fireplace brick was painted white and shiplap paneling with a natural wood mantel was installed. The living room is staged with French Country accessories, books, and bright linen window treatments.
In the original sunroom, views were blocked by old sliding doors with mullions. Those were removed and replaced with large windows, opening up vistas of the lake and the mountains beyond. The white armchairs can swivel to take in the view.
For accommodating kids and guests, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines devised a new bunk room with four queen-sized bunk beds. The bunk beds feature gray and white striped linens, stained shiplap paneling, iron railings and integrated stairs. The stairs are painted white with natural wood treads.
The horizontal detail of the cabinetry fronts are echoed in the paneling of the vaulted ceiling, creating a visually balanced look in this contemporary coastal kitchen. The shiplap-style paneling helps mask the drawer seams. Designer Kristina Crestin opted against upper shelving in the sink area to balance the bold look of the cabinets and maintain a light, airy look in the space.
These built-in bunk beds feature stained shiplap paneling and black lantern sconces, giving the room a down-to-earth feel. Gray striped bed linens and decorative throw pillows finish the look of the space.
Appliances with a vintage look were the inspiration for this kitchen's character. Vertical ship lap paneling, cabinet cutouts and soft colors helped bring in the friendly, country mood the designers wanted.
The master bedroom residents get to wake up to the sound of waves every morning. A sliding glass door connects the space to a balcony. Inside the room, the style is coastal and cozy with ship lap paneling on the ceiling.