Joanna's Design Tips: Southwestern Style for a Run-Down Ranch House
This was a whole new kind of Fixer Upper renovation: Instead of Chip and Joanna finding a house for their buyers, homeowners Sterling and Casey brought them a home on a beautiful 2,000 acre farm that has been in Sterling's family for four generations. The problem? The home was abandoned for more than a decade, leaving it nearly crumbling and full of unwelcome guests (Read: Opossums, spiders, mice, oh my!)
Almost everything had to be gutted — even the shiplap couldn't be saved — but you won't believe what the finished home looks like now, starting with the rustic ranch exterior:
Inside the house, Joanna created a Southwestern-inspired interior with natural wood and stone tones and terra cotta tile.
Get Joanna's tips on this stunning kitchen's design:
Outdated Kitchen Overhaul 01:31
The living and dining spaces echo the Southwestern look of the kitchen, thanks to high-contrast patterned accessories and rich natural hues.
See how Joanna created this finished look:
Living and Dining Room Revamp 01:30
The master suite features an amazing cedar accent wall to give the room a cabin vibe. Stunning, right?
See Joanna's favorite parts of this space:
Southwestern Master Suite 01:24
Amazing, right? But that's not all. Flip through 40+ photos of this stunning renovation right here.
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