Joanna turns a little bungalow into a cozy cottage retreat for a woman after the passing of her husband. Jo gets to work creating a dream home with light neutral colors, natural wood elements and spaces to hang photos and memorabilia.
Two world-travelers call on Joanna to turn their dated Tudor home into a Parisian-eclectic dream home. Jo and her team customize every detail of this home and incorporate a fun surprise not featured in the original episode.
Joanna and her team incorporate a couple's traditional and modern styles into a Tudor-style home while preserving its historic, 1920s charm. Plus, Jo reveals a wallpaper-covered guest bathroom not featured in the original episode.
Joanna and her design team transform the outdated Ivy House into a rustic coastal retreat for a family of four. Jo also reveals a truly unique master bathroom not featured in the original episode of Fixer Upper.
Chip and Joanna help their friend turn a small house on his land into a youthful bachelor retreat for his son. Jo gives the home a modern mountain cabin feel with black metal and warm wood accents, pass-through kitchen windows and a rock fire pit.
Joanna teams up with a family to turn their outdated house into a classic beauty. Their mutual love for clean, traditional styles presents a challenge for Jo, who must find a way to fill the home with the rich details and character they desire.
Joanna helps a family turn their outdated ranch home into a French country retreat. She uses soft neutral colors, lots of texture, natural wood tones and floor-to-ceiling windows to blend the existing traditional elements with the new.
Joanna and her design team take on The Mountain House, a 1980s-era home in Woodway, TX, that lacks character and charm. She gets to work balancing clean, traditional style with necessary spaciousness for the family of five.
Joanna designs a house for her sister and brother-in-law, Mikey and David, and their five children. She blends elements of vintage, modern and retro styles in a cohesive way for her sister and designs three unique rooms for the kids.
Joanna blends the clean and simple look of Scandinavian design with the textures and patterns of Moroccan style in an 1890s farmhouse. She also finds a way to make the upstairs fit for five kids, adding a second bathroom and a cozy attic bedroom.
Joanna and her design team convert a 1970s ranch house into a modern Mediterranean retreat. She also reveals a surprise room that was not featured in the original Fixer Upper episode.
Joanna faces the challenge of making a newly constructed home feel like a cozy, European cottage for a family. From antique doors and mantles to warm woods and soft paint colors, Jo goes all out to infuse Old-World charm into the brand-new house.
Joanna restores a 100-year-old home for a family. In addition to preserving the charm of the original house, she creates a modern farmhouse-style design and implements a library wall and the number nine into the decor.
Joanna takes on a design challenge that's different than her usual fixer-upper. The client wants to see her bland, industrial-style loft in downtown Waco, Texas, converted into an industrial modern dream home.
Joanna is tasked with creating a modern farmhouse design inside an old barn for a wounded veteran and his girlfriend. She transforms the barn with modern elements, including concrete countertops, sleek black metal and stainless steel fixtures.
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