So. If this is Wednesday morning,
then I must be thinking about last night’s Fixer Upper!
Its project involved something other than their standard residential house.
I wasn’t too surprised, because last week,
they gave this ratty houseboat an epic makeover:
So. Instead of a residential home, this sweet, old building got ‘fixed up’:
Now it’s home to the new Magnolia Bakery!
The transformation was mind blowing, as always,
but I find myself wishing the reveal was a tad bit longer.
Could they borrow a few precious minutes from this, I wonder?
Disclaimer: Of course, I know that Chip is an adorable + amusing man-child,
+ that their cute relationship is why the show is so popular!
I just want to see a little less of that + more of the ‘after’ awesomeness!
For example — Exhibit A — the exterior wall sign:
Joanna talked about it, + we saw a window being moved for it,
but we didn’t get a really good view of it!
+ + + + +
Inside, there were other design elements that I wanted to see,
such as — Exhibit B — the large, black sign above the cupcake shelves:
Isn’t it wonderful? I wanted to get a better look at it last night!
Didn’t you wonder what was going on with that black + white wallpaper in the bathroom?
Was it the pattern of a composition notebook?
I couldn’t tell!
Slow down, Mr. Camera Man! Give us a close up!
It’s actually a charming pastoral toile named Homestead!
It’s also just one of the designs from Joanna’s new wallpaper collection!
Here she is in front of her paper called Shiplap:
A Skinny Shiplap version is also available:
Gingham checks! Loving that they’re having their moment again!
I don’t want to brag or anything,
but we papered our main bathroom with navy blue checks.
+ + + + +
Looks like the wallpaper will be sold in the Magnolia online shop,
but it’s not there yet.
You can order online here, though, right now!
This is chalkboard, people:
And, omigosh, look at this wallpaper called Concrete!
Raise your hand if you remember seeing it in a recent past Fixer Upper episode!
I have a feeling that more of Joanna’s wallpaper will make its way onto Fixer Upper.
But what say ye?
Will it be appearing in your house?