Or all of them. Sadly, we cut the cable cord a year ago so I'm a full season behind but it seems like Chip and Joanna are everywhere these days. And I've seen enough to know that I love Joanna's style. I love how she mixes old and new.
Everyone is obsessed with barn doors right now. No matter what decor style you prefer in your home, they always seem to work in every space. However is the price and the idea of installing heavy duty hardware holding you back? It did for me! So I created my own inexpensive and hardware free solution.
We purchased our first home in the fall of last year and I have been doing work on the garage since to convert it into my ideal workshop. The previous home owner had installed french doors in the side of the garage to provide an entry way into an office that was in the back half of the garage. Thankfully the dividing wall had been removed and the only things remaining of the previous office were the french doors and some old paneling on the walls. I already removed the paneling and replaced it with OSB which will be topped with a bead board plywood for a more finished and seamless look. As I was removing the old paneling, I noticed some water and rot damage to the plywood surrounding the french doors.
By Matt Weber. The results are brand-new interiors that feature a worn, weathered appearance and a distinct rustic character. This popular faux-finishing technique achieves the look of old-fashioned woodwork while allowing homeowners to choose new cabinet and furniture designs that can be custom built to fit their living space.