Rustic Neutral Dining Room with Brown French Doors
The newly remodeled dining room is bright and open with new recessed lighting and French doors that let in plenty of natural light, helping give the impression of a larger space. Chip installed wood floors with a stylized inlay pattern and border.
The fireplace is converted into a two-sided design, now servicing both the dining room and the adjacent living room. New arched doorways in several locations help provide a unified look throughout the home.
Rustic Living Room With Stone Fireplace and Wood Mantel
A rustic stone fireplace with a substantial wood mantel sets the stage for this comfortable living space. Simple seating options — a brown sofa and leather armchair — are offset by a wild zebra-print rug, adding a contemporary touch to an otherwise classic room.
In the boys' bathroom, lots of unique features remain that nod to the home's previous heritage. The transom windows and lack of doors allow natural light to flow freely throughout the space, while the shiplap walls and trough sink pay homage to the schoolhouse aspect of the home.
Hallway With Iron Balcony Railing Overlooks Great Room
This hall features a curved balcony area and iron railing that allow people passing through a glimpse at the rustic great room. A circular red floral area rug adds a pop of color, while the vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting keep the space open.
Focal points in the renovated space become the double-sided fireplace with stucco surround and exposed wood beams and arched doorways. "You've got the nice wide openings," says Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines, "but you also have that quaint, cozy feel.
Open, Rustic Dining Room With Natural Rock Wall, High Wood Ceiling and Antler Chandelier
A high wood ceiling, natural rock wall and stained concrete floor create the foundation for this rustic dining room. The texture combination brings outdoorsy elements to the indoor design. An intricate antler chandelier hangs over the long wooden dining table and stained wood chairs.