As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Melissa and Mahdi repainted the street side office balcony from the outdated, faded green to a fresh coastal green and added new deck furniture at the renovated Coastal Calm condo. (after 197)
The exterior of the Gaspar home has been transformed. The roofline above the front door has been raised. The exterior brick has been painted a light blue/gray and two wooden columns frame the front entrance.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, a new coat of paint revitalized the old, faded brick on the exterior of this elegant home. By keeping the shutters on the second story windows only, the height of this home is highlighted, enhancing its grandeur. The new, rich wood doors make the front of this home feel warm and inviting, beckoning guests inside.
After a mini-makeover from HGTV’s Curb Appeal team, this home’s entryway draws the eye with a bright orange front door, two blue planters and attractive modern house numbers. The brightly colored accents look particularly striking against the home’s gray exterior and porch.
The first design mistake Joanna Gaines of HGTV's Fixer Upper ever made? "For our first high-end flip, I chose a tan stucco color," Joanna says. "After it was painted, I pulled up to the house and it looked like a big yellow school bus." Lesson learned? Always buy paint samples.
Vicente Wolf’s “Dreaming Room” is a sanctuary far removed from the room’s original ambiance. Energetic purple walls and rows of greenery light up this design, while Kohler’s Ceric soaking tub, a reminder to relax, lies front and center. Here, Wolf manages to bring juxtaposing elements—ying and yang; interior and exterior; reality and fantasy—into one warm space.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: Chip and Joanna Gaines brightened up the exterior of this 1958 ranch house with fresh paint in a soft cream white balanced out with dark shutters and window boxes in natural wood. New landscaping, and an update to the front porch with a new railing, columns and sconces, help elevate the curb appeal.
After giving thought to the cabinets' exterior, turn some attention to their intended use and interior features. "It used to be that we would place cabinetry in the room and make it functional," says Al. "Now every cabinet has a purpose." There are pullout drawers for pots and pans, oversize drawers for baking sheets and even high-tech under-counter cooling drawers that keep beverages and snacks within easy reach. Accessories like lazy Susans, built-in spice racks, drawer organizers and other cabinet extras make the kitchen a much more efficient and enjoyable place. Photo courtesy of GE Monogram
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created this spacious and updated take on a cottage style home, with European influences, wood accents, a deep front porch, a large dormer and lots of room inside. The exterior mixes cream colored stucco with shutters painted in sage green.