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Fixer Upper: Texas-Sized House; Small Town Charm

December 01, 2015
Chip and Joanna Gaines help a Hillsboro, Tex. couple update a spacious but neglected house built in 1920, transforming it into a stylish and inviting home that's ideally suited to a growing family.
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Photo: Rachel Whyte

Welcome Home

Chip and Jo undertook a sizable and ambitious renovation in this fixer upper, turning a run-down property that had been vacant for two years into this sleek and visually striking showplace.

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Reconfigured and Revitalized

An awkwardly placed wall just inside the front entrance was removed and the kitchen relocated to create this open, breathable floorplan and spacious great room.

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Photo: Rachel Whyte. From: Chip Gaines and Fixer Upper.

Clean White, Cool Blue

The footprint of the kitchen was expanded by moving it into a space that was formerly a den. The new custom island and cabinets painted in bright white are softened by a backdrop of muted blue subway tile.

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A Bedroom With a View

The new master bedroom has a light, open feel with tranquil blue walls and enlarged windows looking out onto the spacious lot. A key selling point of the home was the large yard with mature pecan trees – a feature that prompted Chip to dub this "the Nut House."

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