It’s the best of both worlds. You don’t have to make the big commitment of investing in a home just yet – but you get to experience the “Fixer Upper” farmhouse-chic style – by pretending for a while.
As if they needed more projects, “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines recently announced their new AirBnB in Waco, Texas. And it’s as adorable as you’d imagine.
While it’s bright and airy, with open spaces, big windows and white decor, the area is still carefully thought out. Would you expect anything less from Joanna Gaines? Each detail adds to the overall “homey” feel of the space.
For a one bedroom, one bathroom with a private patio, the area would be a super cozy Fall getaway for two. It would also be a cute space for a girls’ trip to Waco. That way, you could stay in the “Fixer Upper” AirBnB, go shop at Magnolia and then visit the Gaines’ restaurant. It’s a win-win-win scenario.
According to Fox News, the space is renting for about $350-$495 per night throughout September and October.
In a video tour, the home is even more inviting and warm. It’s clean and crisp in all the right places. But it has those small details that make you feel like you’re lounging in the home of an old friend or relative. If we had to guess, it smells just as good.
“This makes it the perfect getaway for a party of two, or if you’re stopping through town and need a restful place to retreat,” the description reads.
“Fixer Upper” Stars Talk Entrepreneurial Spirit
As Chip and Joanna Gaines continue to expand their empire and permanently stamp their names into some of the biggest entrepreneurs of all time, they discuss what inspires them to keep going.
Between a successful show and network, a magazine, a design line with Target, a restaurant – and now an AirBnB property – the pair are a power couple worth millions.
Recently, Chip Gaines discussed why their success is just another source of motivation.
“At the end of the day I think that’s what makes entrepreneurs special,” Gaines told 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.”
“About a year or two ago, we came up with the bright idea to do a restaurant,” he added. “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.”