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Fixer Upper: A Contemporary Update for a Family Sized House

February 02, 2016

Chip and Joanna Gaines help a young couple transform a conventional brick house into a stylish home that's ideally suited for a new family and that, on the inside, effectively marries rustic and traditional styles.

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Clean and Classic

Chip and Joanna gave a rather ordinary brick house a dramatic facelift to create this elegant and inviting home with classic appeal.

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A Hint of Outdoors

The key in this remodel was in the careful blending of two styles to satisfy the differing tastes of both the husband and wife. The living room, nicknamed "The Mountain Room" by Chip, leans more toward the masculine with a  dry-stack stone fireplace, butterfly chairs with leather covers and informal furnishings.

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Deliberate Balance

The master suite brings together the feminine with the masculine, combining wood furnishings and a rustic barn door with softer and more traditional elements like an ornate chandelier and distinctive arched headboard, both finished in white.

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Simply Organic

This rustic dresser employs two contrasting wood finishes, and a touch of white, for an eyecatching combination that picks up on the earthy tones in the wood tile flooring.

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