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The Secret to Chalkboard Calligraphy

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Fixer Upper: Brick Cottage for Baylor Grads

Prefer exposed accents to large sections of exposed walls. Exposed brick column (could do this with the original wall before it leads into the extension)


Mudroom Makeover with method

Alright, my vintage vultures, are ya'll ready to see my mudroom makeover? I was totally channeling some Joanna Gaines there. Ha! Gotta love that woman. Anyways, I've partnered up with the awesome method for their #FearNoMess campaign to share our vibrant transformation. I figured it was time to inject a little bit of color into this mundane room to make it more exciting. I'm totally on a colorful door kick! Since I already did yellow and green, I went with a blush which was inspired by...

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Fixer Upper: Yours, Mine, Ours and a Home on the River

Fixer Upper: Yours, Mine, Ours and a Home on the River | HGTV's Fixer Upper With Chip and Joanna Gaines | HGTV

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Fixer Upper: Old-World Charm for Newlyweds

The kitchen of the newly renovated Jones home has been completely transformed. A wall was removed to increase the size of the kitchen and to add to the open feel of the home. Some key elements are the stainless steel appliances, farm sink, pantry, and subway inspired tile on the backsplash, as seen on Fixer Upper. (after)


Essie - School of Hard Rocks. Love this colour. I think for a wet and rainy day- paint your nails!!!!

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A Fixer Upper for a Most Eligible Bachelor

Shelves, industrial lighting, wood ceiling, open concept, concrete countertop, kitchen sink in island

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30 Signs You're a Fixer Upper Fanatic

28 Signs You're a Fixer Upper Fanatic | HGTV's Fixer Upper With Chip and Joanna Gaines | HGTV

from Country Living

Here's Proof That Even HGTV Stars Have To Start From Scratch

Joanna likes to plan a room around an "inspiration piece," and in a classic kitchen, it makes sense that she chose to make the island stand out. The kitchen island formerly was the communion table in an old church. "It is now the focal point and anchor for my kitchen," writes Joanna on her blog. "Once I determined where I wanted it, the rest of the kitchen fell in to place."

from Country Living

Take a Tour of Chip and Joanna Gaines' Magnolia House B&B

"The area under the stairs is often wasted space," says Joanna. "We transformed this spot— once a closet with book storage on one side—into a library nook, which feels perfect for a B&B. I always say 'Look beyond what's already there and make your home work for you.' "