Are you a Fixer Upper watcher?
I love Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper for many reasons.
First of all, she started as one of us. Blogger and mom, just doing her thing. She was discovered after a feature on the popular blog Design Mom. She also has a lovely, deep faith that is a part of everything she does.
And, she loves shiplap, otherwise known as planked walls. So, how could you not love her?
Besides hunkering down on Tuesday night to “Don’t talk to Mommy she watching her show.” I also love in looking through the homes they’ve done on Fixer Upper,
how you can see the evolution of Joanna’s style really emerge as she gets even more comfortable in her own skin on TV. It’ the same with her husband, Chip. He was very much the straight man in the beginning of the show, and now he’s hilarious and fun to watch. They really make a great couple.
As a huge fan,I wanted to share some of my favorite rooms that she has designed on her show. I can tell you, I am anxiously awaiting season three!
I love this kitchen space from season 2 episode 1. Love the chandeliers!
And I would love to have an outdoor space like this. The table is amazing. I love how she just used simple recycled bottles and wildflowers for the centerpiece. Easy and pretty.
I love the combo of neutral and color in this bedroom.
You could really change it out any time for an entirely different look.
This house was one of my least favorite starting out and I love how she transformed it.
I love the casual simplicity of this living room. It’s a look I would love to achieve.
All I have to say about this living room is.. perfection..Boom (open hand microphone drop.)!
I need some kind of airy chandelier in my living room.
I love this entire house from episode 13, but I really really love the porch makeover. I would love to drive up to that view…
Every. Single. Day.
So are you a Fixer Upper fan? I just love looking through the designs for inspiration.
Joanna also has her own blog and it’s kind of fun to go back and look through her old posts.
What was your favorite episode?
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