‘Fixer Upper’ Star Joanna Gaines Takes Fans Into Her Saturday with New Photo from Magnolia

by Courtney Blackann
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Everyone’s favorite house flipper is pretty happy these days. “Fixer Upper’s” Joanna Gaines is busy living her best life. And she also loves sharing with her fans. The star recently posted a gorgeous photo from Magnolia wishing everyone a great day.

The busy mom and shop owner thanked everyone who came to this year’s “Silobration,” their annual homecoming celebration. Between October 28 and 30, the free event let people enjoy live music, vendors and even a ferris wheel. From her photo, it appears to be an absolutely gorgeous weekend in Waco.

“Such a pretty morning at @magnolia Thank you to everyone who came to Silobrate with us this week. Enjoy this beautiful Saturday at the Silos!” Gaines captioned the photo.

In addition to all the aforementioned activities, the free event also has tons of opportunity to shop and eat. And of course, take photos of the “Fixer Upper’s” gorgeous grain silos.

‘Fixer Upper’ Stars on Success of Entrepreneurship

Chip and Joanna Gaines are known for their lovable, life-changing show on flipping houses. But the couple are even more than that. Aside from the success of a real estate company and flipping business, the two own Magnolia, write books, host shows – really, there’s nothing they can’t do. The sky’s the limit!

And Chip Gaines opened up about being an entrepreneur and why it’s so important to him and Joanna to keep pursuing new opportunities.

“At the end of the day I think that’s what makes entrepreneurs special,” Gaines said in an interview with Cowboys & Indians. “The one thing I do know about myself is that I’m an entrepreneur. I’m not a finance guy, I’m not a lawyer, I’m not a doctor. Even in this business that we run currently, entrepreneurialism is the engine that drives us to the next thing.”

He also added:

“About a year or two ago, we came up with the bright idea to do a restaurant. How does a restaurant fit into any retail universe? Obviously, our show was about construction, so the construction part of the restaurant was certainly relevant. But the restaurant part of the equation was completely non-relevant.”

Adding another project to their list of successes is a super cute AirBnB in Waco. The home is gorgeous with all the touches only Chip and Joanna can do. Every last detail of the home is thought out and cohesive.

Further, the space is bright and open with large windows. It also has unique touches that make it feel homey and comfortable. And the best part is anyone can rent it out – so long as it’s available. A night in the “Fixer Upper” rental runs between $350 and $495 a night.

And while that seems a bit pricey, it’s a small price to stay in the unique treasure Chip and Joanna created.

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