Have a Couple of Laughs With 'Fixer Upper' Stars Chip and Joanna Gaines
Chip and Jo are not only great at transforming fixer uppers; they're pretty good at making us LOL, too.
You know they can turn a dilapidated house into a stunning home, but did you know Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines can tickle your funny bone? In these #hgtvhappy clips, our Fixer Upper favorites will get your giggles going. My personal favorite is this classic Chip slapstick as he underestimates a newly discovered space in a reno and, against the advice of Jo, ends up in a hole:
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Want more laugh-out-loud moments? Watch more #hgtvhappy videos featuring the Fixer Upper duo including Jo’s spot-on description of Chip, plus his…interesting…hairdos.
You refer to the Gaines couple as JoJo and Chip when discussing the show, like they are your close friends.
-Facebook fan Mindy
You find yourself looking at old bikes, rusty signs and scrap wood and think..."Yeah, that would look good on my wall."
-Facebook fan Katherine
As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna have updated the dining room with a new redwood mantel, farm table, dark metal chandelier and black accents that offer a contrast against the white brick.
You make a big printed picture on wheels to reveal all surprises to your family.
-Facebook fan Laurie B.
Homeowners Jonathan and Amy Gulley cheer as Fixer Upper hosts Joanna and Chip Gaines pull back a large photographic banner of their home in its original state, to reveal the newly renovated home.
You want every room in you house painted gray.
-Facebook fan Natalie
With one wall removed, the old dining room was absorbed into the new kitchen, creating an open feel and making room for a long kitchen island. The old tile floors were replaced with wood flooring. New cabinets, appliances, marble countertops, tile backsplash, stainless fixtures and paint give the kitchen a modern look, yet the wooden vent hood and pendant light fixtures are complimentary to the Sanders' French Country style, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper. (After 14)
"If you want to buy the worst house on the best street so you can either hire them or say "Now, what would Chip & Joanna do???"
-Facebook fan Melissa F.
Before renovation, the landscaping was so overgrown that it obscured most of the house, so Chip and Joanna cleared out the unkempt trees and shrubs. Charmaine said, “It was a shame to see such a sturdy, well-built home going to waste.”
You do your best to recreate a design you saw. The chalkboard paint wall with reclaimed wood shelves and buffet? Did it!!!
-Facebook fan Maria M.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed this casual dining space into a family coffee bar – a place for family and friends to gather for eating and entertaining. Chalkboard paint on the wall creates a cafe-like atmosphere, while the floating shelves add a hint of rustic style.
Your birthday wish is that Chip and Joanna knock on your door and yell "We are here to fix up your home!"
-Facebook fan Sheryl
You consider moving to Waco just so you can hire them to find you a fixer upper!
- Facebook fan Cindy R.
"I started a local boutique and partnered with Chip to implement the Magnolia style in the homes he was flipping," Joanna Gaines, co-host of HGTV's Fixer Upper says of her husband. "We later branched out and started renovations in the central Texas area."
You have used the term "shiplap" in the last 24 hours!
-Facebook fan Amy P.
You check every mirror to see how your hair looks.
-Facebook fan Nell S.
A mirror hangs above a wooden end table providing light, color, and the illusion of more space in an otherwise dark corner of the living room, as seen on Fixer Upper.
You have more paint samples than shoes.
-Facebook fan Terri
The new fireplace blends into the built-ins with white paint providing a neutral palette for decor to pop, as seen on Fixer Upper.
You like old, distressed furniture better than brand new stuff.
-Facebook fan Heather R.
After removing a built-in in the living room new bar seating is added space between the family room and kitchen, as seen on Fixer Upper.
You can't pass up an old dresser with a "free" sign on the side of the road, because you want your house to look like an episode of Fixer Upper.
-Facebook fan Michele S.
This living space is open concept and connects the entryway, kitchen and dining room. White distressed furniture, slipcovered chairs and a soft color palette all lend a shabby chic style to the rooms.
You use the quote "Today is a good day for a good day."
-Facebook fan Tiffany
A custom black metal sign with a positive message greets guests in this entry space. A small black wood bench and floor lamp provide a cozy sitting area before entering the adjacent dining room and kitchen.
You brake for all garage sales and flea markets.
-Facebook fan Joseph Z.
This backroom was transformed into a play space for a young boy with light gray paint that contrasts with the new wood floors and corrugated metal awnings over the windows that bring a masculine element to this cottage-style room.
You wish every night was Tuesday night.
-Facebook fan Sue
A new large kitchen island with a countertop made from the wood of an old train car offers additional counter space and a casual dining area.
You see the potential in almost all old stuff.
-Facebook fan Julie D.
You possibly "considered" eating a "small" roach just to see if Chip is on to something.
-Facebook fan Grace U.
The 40-acre farm owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, is also home to 60 animals, including chickens, cows, goats......and horses! (Here, Chip takes a late-afternoon ride.)
You've filled every vase in the house with white flowers.
-Facebook fan Kim
You plan a trip to Waco hoping to bump into them at the Magnolia store!
-Facebook fan Melissa R.
Where does Joanna Gaines, co-host of HGTV's Fixer Upper, find all the great pieces she uses in her farmhouse and in her shop? "Off-the-beaten-path antique stores and flea markets," she says. "My favorite thing to do is hunt for really cool pieces to sell or repurpose and use in my home."
You have pulled up the corners of your carpet looking for hardwoods.
-Facebook fan Debbie C.
Interiors spaces that were once segmented and closed off are now more open, giving a new sense of unity and breadth to the home's interior.
You envy and appreciate the rapport between JoJo and Chip, the love they have for each other and their children, and the amazing transformations they create for deserving families.
-Facebook fan Laurence B.
"I wanted to surprise JoJo with a bold backsplash at a flip property," Chip Haines, co-host of HGTV's Fixer Upper says of his wife and co-host Joanna. "It took me all day to install this beautiful tumbled-stone backsplash, but when I went to grout it...it soaked up the color and turned maroon. It was horrible, and JoJo was surprised to say the least."