Tour Chip and Joanna Gaines' Farmhouse Like You've Never Seen It Before

Because getting glimpses of it on HGTV's Fixer Upper isn't enough.

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If you love Chip and Joanna Gaines as much as we do, seeing glimpses of their stunning on HGTV's Fixer Upper, has most likely left you wanting more. Their 1,700-square-foot Victorian home sits on 40 beautiful acres in Crawford, Texas, a suburb of Waco. When the couple isn't busy transforming fixer uppers for clients or working on exciting new projects for their business, this is the - and -filled haven they call their own.

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Before

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When the couple purchased their 1895 farmhouse in 2012, they (of course!) chose a fixer upper to update with classic country charm. The whole project took about a year and a half, but the home was worth the wait: What started of as a two bedroom home now accommodates a six-person family with an open layout on the main floor. Character details make sure the old home's story stays alive.

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Doorway

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We wouldn't expect anything other than for a Gaines' entryway. An inspiring motto sets the mood right when you walk inside.

Get the look: $775, Unfinished French doors, .

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Entryway

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Leave it to Joanna to create a space that takes your breath away the moment you step inside. Smart storage solutions pair with rustic finishings to make the space look inviting and open.

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Living Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen

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If you've ever watched Fixer Upper, you know how sought after open layout first floors are. 

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Living Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen

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Creating unity between rooms—which is often done by knocking down walls on the show—keeps your family members as close as possible. Plus, you'll never have to feel separated from your guests when it comes to entertaining.

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Living Room

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A holds together the room's neutral but industrial color scheme, while repurposed are quite the statement piece.

Get the look: $146, Reclaimed wood coffee table, .

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Kitchen

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This classic white kitchen is full of farmhouse accents that add interest. puts colorful pots on display as fun accent pieces. "It's the heart of the home for me," . "No matter how much is going on, I don't feel overwhelmed because the palette is very clean and fresh."

Get the look: $210, Rustic wood shelf, .

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Kitchen Island

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Joanna likes to plan a room around an "inspiration piece," and in a classic kitchen, it makes sense that she chose to make the stand out. The kitchen island formerly was the communion table in an old church. "It is now the focal point and anchor for my kitchen," . "Once I determined where I wanted it, the rest of the kitchen fell in to place."

Get the look: $190, Natural wood kitchen island, .

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Sitting Room/Office

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This room, which doubles as an office, is mainly white but decorated with a mix of vintage finds like a and on .



Get the look: $114, Americana chandelier with delicate arms, . $3, 6-inch TerraPot planter, . $11, Natural birch wood slab, .

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Fireplace

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The sitting room is also home to one of the farmhouse's many showstoppers—a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace that's beautiful in its rustic simplicity, especially when adorned with a .

Get the look: $40, Faux antlers wall decor, amazon.com.

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Master Bedroom

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When Chip and Joanna aren't sleeping, their cozy bedroom offers them plenty of space to just relax when they need some respite from their busy schedules. Perhaps a little break from all of the animals Chip likes to bring home?!

While this room has many of the smart country design decisions we've seen throughout the home, we love its careful symmetry. are precisely placed underneath tall windows, which bring in plenty of light on either side of the bed (anchored with a , of course).

Get the look: $185, French countryside night stand, . $470, Panel headboard, .

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Girls' Bedroom

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This airy space is fit for a princess—or the two Gaines daughters! These —which serve the function of more traditional nightstands—are sure to teach the Gaines' daughters how to repurpose flea-market finds at a young age.

Get the look: $54, Set of three galvanized metal trays, . 

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Boys' Room

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It's no surprise that this is Chip's favorite room in the farmhouse. The custom-made bunk beds have enough room for when the boys want to have sleepovers. Plus, there's even a !

Get the look: $400, Metal bunk bed, . $41, Over-the-door basketball hoop, .

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Boys' Bathroom

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If you shared a bathroom with the rest of your family growing up, prepare yourself for this one: Both the girls and the boys have their own en suites!

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Coffee Bar

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While this adorable space is meant to be  for the kids, Joanna utilized a playful design concept to decorate it like a local cafe, with plenty of detail paid to every square inch.

Get the look: $150, Retro chrome bar stools and table set, . 

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Upstairs Living Room

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When Chip and Joanna upgraded their fixer upper, they finished off their attic, which increased square footage. The result is another sitting area, which will be perfect for when the kids want to invite their friends over as they get older.

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Joanna's Craft Room

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Joanna also made good use of her new attic by creating two craft rooms. The space has plenty of storage thanks to handy built-ins, making it a great spot for this busy mom to work on her many projects. The kids' craft room features a long , the perfect addition to any workspace. (But we mostly can't get over how closely it matches up with Joanna's own craft space.)

Get the look: $520, Romney rectangular dining table, .

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Greenhouse

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Chip and Joanna's farmhouse sits on 40 acres, and while much of the land is dedicated to their farm (and 60 animals!), they also decided to have a quaint and outdoor dining area. The rustic table set-up is perfect for family meals that overlook the farm, or entertaining larger groups of guests.

Get the look: $2,096, Chalet 12-foot greenhouse, .

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The Garden

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If you've caught an episode of Fixer Upper, you've likely seen this enclosed garden area, where Joanna often takes her kids to help plant seedlings. It brings additional farmhouse style to the property, while keeping out any animals that are bound to be around.

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Meet Chip and Joanna Gaines
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From Joanna's eye for design to Chip's fun personality, there's a lot to love about this power couple—in addition to falling head-over-heels for their rustic farmhouse.

See the full house tour at and learn more about Fixer Upper at .

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