See Chip and Joanna Gaines' Renovated Living Room in Sneak Peek of Fixer Upper: Welcome Home

Chip and Joanna Gaines reveal their newly renovated living room in an exclusive sneak peek of Fixer Upper: Welcome Home.

By Cydney Contreras Feb 11, 2021 3:00 PMTags
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Proceed with caution: This living room reveal is going to have you itching for a home makeover.

In an exclusive sneak peek of their show Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, Chip and Joanna Gaines are revealing the results of their months-long home renovation, starting with the living room, which is arguably one of the most important spaces in the house.

"I would say this is our new favorite room in the house with this fire," Joanna says, her handheld camera panning over the rustic-looking fireplace. "Everyone loves to be in here. This is our happy place." 

Although, 2-year-old Crew is not all that impressed. When Joanna asks him, "Hi, do you like the new room?" he replies, "No."

In all fairness, the home designer opens the video by saying the toddler is having a "rough morning." 

Aside from Crew, the rest of the family appears to be enjoying the bright living space, which features a large built-in bookcase and expansive windows that look onto the family's farm.

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The living room is a new addition to the farm house and is connected to the kitchen, which Joanna recently gave a small touch-up. She had the formerly white cabinets painted a deep emerald—perhaps Dakota Johnson's dreamy mid-century home was a source of inspiration for Joanna?

This is just one of the many projects Chip and Joanna highlight on their Magnolia Network series Fixer Upper: Welcome Home

On last week's episode, the couple groaned over the "nightmare" renovation, but as Joanna says, "It was worth it." 

To see more of what Chip, Joanna and their five kids get up to in Waco, Tex. tune in to Discovery+ on Friday. 

Starting July 15, the Gaines family will launch the Magnolia app with a full slate of original programming and the entire Fixer Upper library available both on Magnolia and on Discovery+. In January 2022, the DIY network will become the Magnolia network.