I keep thinking, this is my favorite remodel Chip & Jo has done yet, and then they just keep getting better and better!!
This family was looking for a modern beach house......in Waco, Texas!!! So, they chose a run down home with lots of potential of turning it into a Texas "beach" house.
What an amazing transformation......again!
This home must have been quite a challenge for them. First of all, those original stairs in the home just looked crazy! That was really the only thing you noticed in the house. But after Chip & Jo got their hands on those stairs, I knew they didn't stand a chance.
These stairs -- the metal, the wire, the wood -- are definitely my favorite part of this home. They set the entire tone of the home.
Loved this rug they used in the dining area. It is a simple black and white graphic pattern that adds a lot of punch to the neutral space. This rug is an in store exclusive from Magnolia Market. But I was able to find a couple other similar rugs to get a similar look.
I am obsessed with these chunky floating shelves. Floating shelves like this are all the rage right now. I just had some installed in a basement project I was working on -- you may have seen a sneak peek of the shelves on my Instagram page.
The commercial styled rolling island they used in the center of the kitchen is really versatile if you don't have enough space for a fixed island, but are looking for a little extra space for prep work. They can be rolled off to the side when they aren't needed or rolled into another room for additional space when entertaining. It really added to the modern style these homeowners were after as well.
I like this simple stainless steel rolling island from Wayfair.com. And at under $200, it is much more cost effective than a large wood island.
Joanna also used something similar to this for kitchen decor and storage. The Mechanics Caddy she used is from her online shop and is double tiered. But this can serve a similar purpose. These are great for fun and unique storage in the bathroom. You can set a mason jar in it and keep your toothbrushes there or lotions and makeup. They are also great to keep on the kids' table with markers and crayons in. If you can find a real mechanics bin that was actually used to sort and organize nuts and bolts, that would be even better!
When searching for lighting, don't be afraid to look at outdoor lighting to use indoors as well. There is no rule that says you can't use outdoor lighting inside. I do it all the time! I actually used something similar to this in a bathroom project with the light hanging over each mirror on a double sink. Outdoor lighting will give you that more rustic, farmhouse feel.
Sometimes, outdoor lighting is cheaper than indoor lighting too!
Get a similar look with this outdoor wall sconce from Lowe's.
You can never have too many flowers in your house! They are my go-to decorating item -- real or fake!
You can get the same look with this vase and these flower stems from World Market. I have a similar vase in my home that I like to switch out the flowers seasonally.
Another gorgeous remodel! Joanna kind of stumped me on this one -- it was a little more about the finishes and fixed items than all of the little things filling the space, which is ideal for a modern, simplistic design such as this.
Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments if there are any items you were wondering about on how to get a similar look for your home.