I’m not really a religious watcher of any show. We have Roku in our house, not live TV, so I tend to binge watch something for a couple weeks or so and then I forget about it. I had watched Fixer Upper before and liked it but started again recently. While I generally really like what Chip and Joanna do with their projects, there was one home in particular she did that I absolutely loved. It’s from the episode “Small Town Charm”
I’m going to start with the kitchen because that is what I really, really loved about this renovation. The large island with the wood counter top and apron front sink is now in my “dream house” file. The murky blue subway tiles are gorgeous too.
The antique doors are to-die-for and the type of element that really brings a home to the next level.
Gorgeous kitchen, right?
Another element of this home that made it stand out to me is the beautiful staircase. I love how it’s open at the bottom and keeps the entire bottom floor feeling like one big space.
The landing of the staircase gives one a view of most of the first floor!
The top of the staircase
Staircase from the dining room.
The iron grate and railing has so much charm!
The Living Room
Love the mix of turquoise and tan leather in the living room
The Master Bedroom
Love the color accent colors in the bedroom and the dresser!
Read the whole story and see all the photos at HGTV
Turns out, I had seen this home before and featured some of it in another post, Beautiful Interiors (and great tips) from Fixer Upper’s Joanna Gaines