Tour the farmhouse of the stars of HGTV's Fixer Upper
It’s as beautiful as you would imagine
They’re America’s favorite HGTV duo and the team that everyone wishes they could have their home redesigned by.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, put the small Texas town that the show is based in on the map and created a new surge of energy in the Waco area.
According to an article in The Dallas Morning News, “They’re an economic boom that’s better than an oil gusher, rippling through the town as their HGTV show, Fixer Upper, breaks ratings records. The show attracts one of the most upscale audiences on cable in the ages 25 to 54 sweet spot. Its second season, which aired earlier this year, attracted 24 million viewers.”
So what does the home of the renowned design duo look like then?
An article in House Beautiful gave a full tour of the home, and it’s everything you would expect and more.
From House Beautiful:
When the couple purchased their 1895 farmhouse in 2012, they (of course!) chose it because it needed a lot of TLC. The whole project took about a year and a half, but the home was worth the wait: What started as a two-bedroom now accommodated a six-person family with an open layout on the main floor.
Check out the article for a full tour of the home.
Here are a few sneak peaks of the home during the Christmas holiday from Joanna Gaines’ Instagram.