We’re back today with another ‘Get This Look’ idea from the Fixer Upper Big Country House Living & Dining Rooms! There’s something so cozy and warm about these spaces, especially in the dead of winter!
Images courtesy of Magnolia Market, used with permission
Let’s dig into the details!
Don’t you just want to curl up by the fireplace on one of those window seats with a good book?!
The dining area is equally as beautiful, combining equal parts chic and casual as is common in rooms Joanna designs. The open space with tall ceilings still feel cozy with those wood beams that add warmth. Because of that height, the gorgeous chandelier takes center stage!
All those wooden French doors let in so much light and allow for gorgeous views to the outdoor entertaining space! The wall-mounted lanterns, typically used in an outdoor setting, help bridge the indoors and outdoors and add additional light and character to the space.
How to Get the Look: Fixer Upper Big Country House Living and Dining Room
Do you love the look as well, but don’t know where to start in your own home? We’ve got some easy to follow tips and have rounded up some nearly identical items from these spaces so you can recreate the look in your own living and dining area!
START WITH A NEUTRAL BASE
The walls are painted a light, warm cream tone accented by white trim around the windows. The stone on the fireplace mimics these two colors, but adds texture to help the space feel anything but flat and lifeless.
ADD WOOD TONES & LEATHER
Natural wood tones add such great warmth to rooms and help inject personality. By layering in several tones of wood from the floors to the beams to the furniture, the space instantly feels homey and cozy rather than cold and stark. The leather furniture adds a masculine vibe to the space and add additional warmth to the Big Country Home.
BUILD COZY LAYERS WITH THE TEXTILES
To keep the wood floors from feeling cold, Joanna added large area rugs. One is full of color and softness and the other is heavy on texture. Both help to group the furniture and make the room feel finished. Layering neutral throw pillows and blankets in the living room help make the leather look cozy rather than cold. Woven place mats and napkins at the table help soften the lines of the solid wood and iron table.
Below, we’ve rounded up similar or identical pieces that Joanna used to create this gorgeous dream kitchen and dining room. Click any of the images below to learn more about each item!
GET THE LOOK:
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Click any of the images below (or double-click on mobile) to learn more about each item. We’ve sourced a few options with different price points, when available, for some of the items given you multiple opportunities to ‘get the look’!
Which Fixer Upper space is your favorite? Are there any you would love to see us recreate? Let us know in comments!
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