Joanna Gaines is once again showing her interior decorating superpower on TV.
From old houses with drainage issues or zero personality, Gaines is able to create a unique and gorgeous home for a family. The original “Fixer Upper” series was on from 2013 to 2018 when Chip and Joanna Gaines decided to take a break from being in front of the camera to focus on family and other business goals.
Now, the couple is the owners of their own media network called Magnolia Network, which is available on Discovery+. Here you can find the new episodes of “Fixer Upper,” except this time the home remodeling projects are under the title “Fixer Upper: Welcome Home.”
Joanna Gaines recently shared a couple of photos of the finished project on an old 1930s house. As always, the final photos are absolutely stunning. She captioned the photos, “We loved getting to renovate this charming 1930s home.”
One picture is looking into the kitchen. There you can see a gorgeous natural wood beam, which, if you watched the show in the past, you know that’s a huge staple for Gaines’ decorative habits. There is also a gorgeous wooden island with stools and a white marble countertop.
The white marble ties in with the rest of the kitchen counters as well as the white vertical tiling and white and gold overhead lighting. The main pop of color in the space is an olive green cabinet setup with gold handles.
She also shared a photo of a cozy little nook in their living room. It features a gorgeous wood-burning fireplace as the centerpiece of it all. Also featured are two red chairs, floating shelves next to the fireplace, and cushioned seating with an overhead lamp in the corner.
Overall, the house has a very serene and comforting feeling to it. This home is from episode seven of the new series. The home went to Kim and her dog Hank. She is an employee at Magnolia Network that is now making the move from California. Instead of her old California apartment, she now has a gorgeous home right in Waco, Texas.
“Now Kim’s cottage is filled with light, color, and a lot of natural textures that make her home feel fresh and updated while still capturing the nostalgia and charm of the original house. We loved helping Kim with her first home, and we’re excited for you to see how it came to life! Welcome home, Kim!” Chip and Joanna Gaines wrote on their Magnolia blog post.
The woodsy cottage is a 1,600-square-foot, 3-bed, 2-bath home sitting on a quarter-acre lot.
All the new episodes of “Fixer Upper” are on Discovery +. The couple was initially hesitant to be behind the camera again after some time away, but the pull toward helping people get their dream homes was too strong to resist.
“The thing about Fixer Upper was that we got to do the work we love right alongside all of you. Every week, we could feel you cheering on these families from the other side of the screen. And the point is we’ve missed sharing these stories with you,” the couple wrote on a blog post.