How to Get the Fixer Upper look without being on the show - Rachel Teodoro

How to Get the Fixer Upper look without being on the show

Hasn't this week been the most fun?! I have really enjoyed sharing the exclusive interview with season 3's Fixer Upper client Jaime Ferguson as well as an inside peek into the Ferguson home. I know we all want to be clients of Chip and Joanna's but since it's a requirement that you live within 30 miles of Waco, Texas and that's not possible unless we all make this mass exodus, I've put together a few items for you so that you can get the Fixer Upper look as featured in the Ferguson home.
**Please note, items recommended won't always be the exact item found in the Ferguson's home. When it is, I have noted that. You can simply use this as a guide to get a similar look in your own home.***

fixer upper look

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Breakfast nook:

Dining table // dining chairs // lighting // cake stand {exact}

From the show:

fixer upper kitchen
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fixer upper kitchen
bar stools {exact}// brass pendant light // 

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fixer upper master bedroom
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fixer upper master bedroom inspiration
 
bar cart // table lamp // metal spindle bed

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fixer upper living room

love seat // coffee table {exact}// accent chair {exact} // rug {exact} // rustic crates // topiary
glass jug // arch mirror // chandelier // floor lamp
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1 comment

sherry douglas said...

My husband and I are planning to build a farmhouse on our family property. It has been in my husbands family for generations. We have built a lake. On the property there is the “red barn” that is over 100 years old. We would like to incorporate beams and lumber from this barn into our house. Do Chip and Jo have designers that could help us with the project? We live in East Texas about 18 mikes east of Athens.

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