Did you really think a little thing like having a baby was going to slow down Joanna Gaines!?
The former HGTV star, with husband and business partner Chip, has just released her latest project, a 3,000+ square foot home remodel that’s hitting the market for $529,000.
“I loved working on this charming house and I’m excited to finally share it!” the mogul gushed on Instagram.
Joanna and Chip recently welcomed their fifth child, Crew, but that hasn’t dampened their passion for their work one bit. They currently have several projects underway and just released a new update to their Target collection, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia.
The listing on Magnolia Realty reads, “This Tudor-Ranch style home, designed by Joanna Gaines, has been completely renovated with clean, classic finishes. The property features 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths.”
The listing points out a number of other features, but why read about them when you can see it for yourself. #Realeastateporn. Scroll down to ogle the Gaines’ latest work of art.
The simple Tudor exterior is still impressive.
Those huge trees lend an air of gravitas to the home.
Joanna opted for a very clean and modern approach to the kitchen.
Check out those hanging cabinet doors — simultaneously retro and chic!
It gets even better as you explore the rest of the floor plan.
The pale bricks outline a corner fireplace that screams elegance — or rather, murmurs elegance.
Joanna opted to emphasize brass fixtures, which play nicely with the light tones of the home’s design.
*picks jaw up off the floor* Look at all that natural light! The window seat in particular is a simple feature that nonetheless dials up the coziness.
Glass-fronted cabinets continue to impress a feeling of openness upon anyone who steps inside.
You can tell Joanna put thought into every single aspect of this home.
Even this storage space is left open to the eye, and why shouldn’t it be, considering how stylishly it’s been designed?
Just imagine curling up in that nook by the window with a glass of wine and a good book.
Another fireplace. More huge windows. Floors to absolutely die for. The price tag on this house is starting to seem egregiously low!
And let's not forget the bathrooms.
They definitely went with a more modern approach in here, a trend that’s becoming more and more popular with renovators.
The tiling is simple yet elegant, playing well with the dark wood choices for the cabinets.
When it’s done right, clean tile in a bathroom is the ultimate word in luxury.
We just have one question: When can we move in?