Over the years, Chip and Joanna Gaines have made thousands of people's #homegoals a reality, whether that was in-person on HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper or with their line, which lets fans bring the couple’s signature rustic taste into their own space. Even though it’s nearly impossible to choose their best past looks, these 10 designs will always stand out.
Chip and Joanna Gaines brought touches of classic and modern design together in the best way in this house. The eye-catching dining area featured a rich blue wall, brass light fixture, natural blinds, and plenty of earth tones.
Anyone who likes the light and airy feel of coastal design will love the Gaines' spin on it. This living room features a double-sided fireplace, exposed wood beams, arched doorways, and rustic accents.
This tiny house got a big upgrade with pine floors and wood window frames, black countertops, open shelving, and simple, clean lines. There are also plenty of unique vintage finds, like the wall art and a retro mint-colored fridge.
The master bedroom in this bungalow has the best of both worlds with a wood ceiling with exposed beams and white shiplap walls. There's also plenty of rustic touches, including floating nightstands and an antique chandelier.
Leave it to the Gaines to transform a shack into a total package. This Crawford, Texas-based home was super-unique with concrete counters, shiplap, repurposed wood, and touches of steel.
This 100-year-old home was completely refreshed with blue cabinets, a unique wood vent hood and white tile, and pretty gold accents. It's clean and modern with the open shelves and clear glass light fixtures, but still has plenty of rustic charm.
Who says country homes can't get a totally modern makeover? With added touches of concrete and steel—and a creative nook for the firewood—this retreat is still just as cozy.
When working on the carriage house at the Magnolia B&B, this dynamic duo proved sometimes all you need is a touch of copper to really bring a room together. The light and airy kitchen was decorated with items from the couple's own Magnolia Home line for a rustic feel.
This mid-century modern home got a stylish makeover with brass accents, black kitchen cabinets, and plenty of wood touches to accentuate the big, bright living room windows.
This home had an especially unique set-up with an entryway that opens into a second-floor landing, and Chip and Joanna made the most of it. They replaced the wood railings with modern steel, and gave the home a fresh and open feel with wood accents, exposed brick walls, and white paint.