Chip and Joanna Brought Country and Coastal Styles Together in This Texas "Fixer Upper" and I'm Kind Of Obsessed

Chip and Joanna Brought Country and Coastal Styles Together in This Texas “Fixer Upper” and I’m Kind Of Obsessed

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On last night’s episode of “Fixer Upper,” Chip and Joanna helped Gayle and Tim Jackson find a new home in Waco. With an overall budget of $400,000, the couple wanted a home with lots of space in an established neighborhood. Of course, Chip and Joanna were able to make their dreams come true, and the final result was unbelievable.


Here’s a quick look at what the property looked like before Chip and Jo worked their magic. The four bedroom, three bath house came with 3400 square feet to work with. Built in the ’60s, the property had lots of beautiful trees and it was located in an ideal neighborhood. But obviously, it needed a face lift.

Somehow they turned it into THIS.


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The renovation inside was gorgeous, too– they gave the couple a two-sided fireplace that broke up the living room and dining room.


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This might be one of my favorite rooms Chip and Joanna have ever done. I mean, look at that exposed brick!! Swoon!


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Another view, just because.


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When’s the last time you saw a Murphy Bed that looked this trendy?? Never?


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Voila! Bed is gone!


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The home office was one of the coolest parts, in my opinion. They found antique wooden doors and did floor-to-ceiling shiplap with a dark stain.


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You can check out more before and after photos of the renovation on HGTV, and watch Chip and Jo as they finish off their final season of “Fixer Upper” on Tuesday nights!

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