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A window over the kitchen sink helps give the kitchen an abundance of light, and highlights the marble subway tile designers Chip and Joanna Gaines chose for the renovation.

The rise in popularity of concrete countertops is one of our favorite interior design innovations over the last few years

Chip and Jo help a California couple, looking to settle in Waco, create a distinctive home with a creative cottage vibe.

'Fixer Upper' Season Four Kicks Off With a Bang

1968 Fixer Upper in an Older Neighborhood Gets a Fresh Update | HGTV's Fixer Upper With Chip and Joanna Gaines | HGTV

1968 Fixer Upper in an Older Neighborhood Gets a Fresh Update

Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines designed this kitchen breakfast bar to provide extra space for eating and food prep. A display cabinet holds dishes.

A small window casts natural light over this polished kitchen sink area. Woodgrain cabinetry and a neutral countertop surround the stainless steel sink. A line of lemons add natural decoration and color.

A small window casts natural light over this polished kitchen sink area. Woodgrain cabinetry and a neutral countertop surround the stainless steel sink. A line of lemons add natural decoration and color.

Chip and Joanna Gaines help adventurous first-time homebuyers save one of only two authentic original shotgun style houses still standing in the Waco area. In the end, they transform this vintage find into an amazing space with imaginative design, but rescuing and restoring the tiny 700-square-foot home turned out to be an epic adventure.

Fixer Upper Takes on a Vintage Tiny House

Designer floating shelves- can go in any space! We love the dark shelves and counter-tops with the light cabinets

Too much upper cabinetry could’ve felt heavy and overpowering with the additional texture of the brick, so we decided to outfit this oversized island and the additional cabinetry on the wall opposite of the oven and refrigerator with more than enough space to store.

Working with a couple who are new to home renovation, Joanna Gaines has to rely on her special Fixer Upper magic, divining her clients' wishes and giving them just what they're looking for in a home that incorporates two distinct styles.

Kitchen, AFTER Dark wood flooring replaces the old floor tiles, and the floor-tiles-as-countertops give way to bright white quartz.

A Fixer-Upper Dilemma: Classic and Traditional vs. New and Modern

The new Blount kitchen is open to the family room creating an open, airy space. White cabinetry and countertops create a bright cooking space, as seen on Fixer Upper.

Learn about Flip House to Family Project from HGTV

Learn about Flip House to Family Project from HGTV

Waco expatriates Lauren and Will have decided to return to their roots, moving back to Waco where they plan to settle down and raise two daughters. Chip and Joanna Gaines help them find and create a stylish and family friendly home within the bounds of a tight budget.

Fixer Upper: Back Home In Waco

The Chic Technique: Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines create a stylish white kitchen for a family on a tight budget.

Light and bright, this transitional kitchen features white Shaker style cabinets, gray stone countertops, a farmhouse sink and a white and gray glass tile backsplash. Symmetry and storage were also important ideas for this kitchen.

Wall-to-wall white Shaker style cabinets provide ample storage space in this bright, transitional kitchen. Kitchen appliances are easily stowed away when not in use, and a lovely farmhouse sink is conveniently located by the dishwasher for easy cleanup.

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1968 Fixer Upper in an Older Neighborhood Gets a Fresh Update | HGTV's Fixer Upper With Chip and Joanna Gaines | HGTV

1968 Fixer Upper in an Older Neighborhood Gets a Fresh Update

Designers Chip and Joanna Gaines chose a vintage-look faucet and marble subway tile to give this kitchen a classic, warm look.

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