The Silos are complete, but the abandoned building on the corner of the property is a blank slate in need of major renovation. Formerly a floral shop where Chip used to buy Joanna flowers when they were dating, the little building has a lot of potential and history. Joanna wants to revive an old dream of opening a bakery by restoring the historic charm of this vacant space. Will they be able to pull off their first commercial renovation?
Now that the silos and bakery are finished, Chip and Jo are ready to hit the flipping market again. They get to work an outdated home in the heart of Waco, but it doesn't take long for the problems to start piling up. To save money, the Gaines get creative by repurposing found materials in an effort to create a distinctively unique home. However, when the budget takes hit after hit, Chip and Jo hope their flip will turn into a profit instead of a bust.
Chip and Joanna Gaines reveal behind-the-scenes fun from Fixer Upper. The couple shares their favorite bloopers and looks back on some of the show's biggest renovation transformations. They also answer questions from viewers.
A part of the culture and history of Waco, Texas, for over 100 years, the Elite Cafe is especially appealing to Chip and Joanna Gaines, who love the challenge of reviving old properties. Chip has always dreamed of opening a restaurant, and after Jo walks the property that's for sale and hears his vision for a modern breakfast joint, she jumps on board and agrees to help make Chip's dream a reality. Opening a restaurant is a new challenge for Chip and Jo, and the to-do list of perfecting recipes, designing logos and much more is daunting. Chip and Jo overcome challenge after challenge, and after a year and half, they finally complete the remodel and reveal an extraordinary fixer upper unlike any other.
Chip and Jo decide to build a large garden at the farm with their kids. The garden will contain fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers as well as a chicken coop, a chicken run and a cottage-style garden shed. But in order to make this garden match their 100-year-old farmhouse, Chip and Jo will have to bring in some antique charm and character to keep it from looking too new and modern. With a combination of antique doors, cedar shingles and a stone fireplace, this cottage-style garden and shed will look anything but modern.
Chip and Jo team up with Tim Tebow and the Tim Tebow Foundation to create a wheelchair accessible home for the Copp family. Chip and Jo quickly get to work turning an ignored home on the market into a beautiful and accessible home that allows the Copp's two boys the freedom to move in the space and handle daily tasks on their own. As the project progresses, other organizations jump on board to help, resulting in a transformation unlike any other.
Chip and Joanna take a trip down memory lane revisiting some of their favorite renovations and design styles over the last five seasons of Fixer Upper. They also look back on old video footage of the Gaines family during life before the show and discuss how Fixer Upper came to be.
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