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A Look Back at 30 of Our Favorite 'Fixer Upper' Designs

To celebrate 10 years since the premiere of Fixer Upper, Chip and Jo are starring in Fixer Upper: The Lakehouse. In honor, let's reminisce on some of our fave Fixer Upper designs.

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30 of Our Absolute Favorite Designs from Chip and Joanna Gaines

There's a reason their legacy has lasted an entire decade — Chip and Joanna Gaines are HGTV's original farmhouse sweethearts. They rocked the country with the premiere of Fixer Upper in 2014 and have since starred in several new Fixer Upper series on Magnolia Network, including Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, Fixer Upper: The Castle and Fixer Upper: The Hotel. To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their heartwarming show and their newest series, Fixer Upper: The Lakehouse (a special six-episode series airing on both Magnolia Network and HGTV), we're taking a look back at our favorite Fixer Upper designs throughout the years. Prepare to be inspired.

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Fixer Upper Season 1 — French Country in Waco

The superstars of this curb appeal look are three rich wood doors spanning a cozy front porch. Southern, haint-blue shutters surround quaint grid-pane windows, giving this original Chip-and-Joanna design from Season 1, Episode 8 of Fixer Upper the perfect balance of farmhouse and French countryside. Curved dormers on the second floor and boxwoods flanking each door add subtle cottage character.

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Fixer Upper: Welcome Home — From Beach to Woodsy Cottage

This historic abode from Episode 7 of Fixer Upper: Welcome Home was begging for a refresh that highlighted — instead of disguised — its old-time charm. New windows with diamond-shaped mullions deceptively look original to the house and flood the kitchen inside with light. Crisp white trim and an overflowing window box bring extra charm.

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Fixer Upper Season 3 — Tiny House, Big Charm

A once-abandoned tiny house received a major redo in Episode 12 of Fixer Upper Season 3. Deep emerald green siding and brick paver steps give the little home a big presence, while extra-tall doors and windows on the first floor show off its high ceilings. Sleek black railings offer a modern touch.

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