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17 Ways to Decorate Like the Fixer Upper Stars

June 15, 2016
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Photo: Zach DeSart

1. Shiplap Walls

Exposing the rough-sawn wood boards, often found in older homes behind drywall, then painting them white is one of this design duo’s favorite reno tricks. “Shiplap adds texture and shows the history of the home,” says Joanna. But not every house has existing shiplap. To get the look, Joanna suggests buying pine boards with tongue-and-groove edges, nailing them to the wall and painting them.

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Photo: Rachel Whyte. From: HGTV Magazine.

2. Black-and-White Bathroom Tile

“I tell people black-and-white is my favorite color,” says Joanna. Tiles that form a graphic pattern when installed, like in this photo, and 1-inch hexagons both tick off timeless on the couple’s style checklist.

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Photo: Courtesy of the manufacturer. From: HGTV Magazine.

3. Galvanized Pendants

“Galvanized metal is a fun material to work with because it goes with everything,” says Joanna. It’s a Fixer Upper staple. ANP Lighting 16"H x 18"-diameter aluminum pendant, $187.50,

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Photo: Rachel Whyte. From: HGTV Magazine.

4. White Slipcovers

A no-fail addition to any living room: custom-fit white slipcovers that are machine-washable. They help achieve the casual, lived-in look Joanna strives to create.

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