Season 5, Episode 4

New Chapter for Family of Four

After looking at houses for months with no luck, Gayle and Tim Jackson call on Chip and Joanna Gaines to help them find a new place for their family of four. The Jacksons need four bedrooms and three bathrooms that, ideally, can be renovated within their budget of $400,000. Chip and Jo show them three options and, after a successful bid, Jo gets right to work on a design plan that incorporates the family's rustic and coastal style preferences. Meanwhile, Chip has his hands full keeping up with Jo's requests and updating the floor plan to meet the family's needs.
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Neutral Rustic Family Room with White Murphy Bed

The family room includes this Murphy bed so the space can double as a bedroom when guests stay over.

Rustic Neutral Kitchen with White and Brown Island

Visual highlights include twin iron sconces to illuminate the island, brick paver backsplash and a new vent hood supported by wooden antique corbels.

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Rustic Brown Home Office with Barn-Door Style Window Treatment

The new home office features antique wooden doors, floor-to-ceiling shiplap in dark stain and a sliding barn-door style window treatment.

Neutral Rustic Dining Room with Glass Fireplace

The fireplace is converted into a two-sided design, now servicing both the dining room and the adjacent living room. New arched doorways in several locations help provide a unified look throughout the home.

Rustic Neutral Family Room with Faux Cabinet Doors

The bed folds up and is concealed by faux cabinet doors, in natural finish, when the bed is not in use. The large coffee table, which can double as a game table, was custom made by woodcraftsman Clint Harp and features herringbone inlays.

White Rustic Dining Room with Wrought-Iron Chandelier

A wrought-iron chandelier with rope mounting provides a rustic counterpoint to the simple elegance of the dining table and chairs in white linen slipcovers.

Contemporary White Porch with Neutral Wood Pergola

The house takes on an entirely new look with French doors replacing old metal-frame windows and a new patio with wood pergola and fire pit.

White Rustic Living Room with Brown French Doors

A white rustic living room is with brown French doors is shown, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.

A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Coastal

For this renovation, Joanna and Chip were able to come up with a floor-plan and a decorating scheme that effectively merged elements of two basic styles to create an updated coastal feel with rustic accents. "The goal here," said Chip, "is we want the Jacksons to feel like they're on vacation every single day."

Rustic Neutral Family Room with White Armchairs

Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines worked with the clients to re-create this room as a multifunctional space that could double as guest bedroom and a fun media or game room for the kids and family

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