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The Junk Gypsies make over a living room for an adventurous world traveler. They convert a vintage box into a shelving unit, repurpose a foundry mold into a coffee table, and turn an old globe into a one-of-a-kind lampshade.
The Junk Gypsies make over a living room for their favorite employee. They turn a vintage car window into a vanity mirror, make a platform bed out of old shipping palettes, and create a one-of-a-kind jewelry stand.
Amie Sikes is making over her own living room with the help of her sister Jolie Sikes-Smith. They turn an antique ship into a stunning chandelier, create a fun craft station for kids and turn their favorite Junk Gypsy finds into fabulous fo
The Junk Gypsies create some very special projects for one of their signature parties called Junk-o-rama Prom. They turn old suitcases into a coffee table, make a unique party photo booth, and create beautiful centerpieces from nothing but
The Junk Gypsies transform a living room for a Texas ranching family into a colorful space the whole family can enjoy. They shop at local junk stores for interesting items they can re-purpose, pull out their shotgun to make a country-chic l
The Junk Gypsies attend Antiques Week, one of the country's largest antique markets in the country. They make over items and create signature Junk Gypsy pieces to sell in their tent. They decoupage a bed, give new life to a chair,and turn a
The Junk Gypsies make over a living room for a fun, young family with three children. They turn a chicken crate into a unique coffee table, transform license plates into a work of art and add a Junk Gypsy touch to an old side-board.
In this episode, the Junk Gypsies trick out an old airstream trailer for country music star Dierks Bentley. They designa unique resin table from old concert posters, create a compact kitchen from a vintage side board and the sparks flywhen
The Junk Gypsies go all out to design a crafty workshop for an extremely creative client. They repurpose a colorful old pinball machine into a sewing table, turn antique frames into cork and chalk boards, and paint a new screen door with a
Junk Gypsies features designers Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes as they take their rebellious independent spirit and unusual design philosophy on a special mission to find junk and use it to transform homes. The Junk Gypsies, whose clientele includes country music stars and Hollywood actors, have a large and passionate social media fan base of fellow design rebels who first discovered them from Gypsyville.com. Finding beauty and value in items that would otherwise end up in the trash, these sisters are raucous and rowdy treasure hunters or whimsical and colorful designer/decorators, but they are definitely not antiquers or pickers.