5 ‘Fixer Upper’ Looks You Can Totally Copy at Home

While an open-concept renovation might not be in the cards (we mean, we’d need a personal Chip for that), there are tons of Fixer Upper moments that are simple to DIY. To ease us through our series withdrawal, we curated five decor schemes you can—and should—recreate chez vous—no shiplap install necessary.

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The Cozy Breakfast Nook From The Scrivano Tudor

We love the idea of filling a kitchen corner with an intimate coffee and breakfast area. In lieu of custom built-ins, all you really need to recreate this scene is a neutral bench, bistro table, pendant light and some farmhouse-fresh styling.

Get the look: Pottery Barn pedestal table ($599); Birch Lane storage bench ($330), Serena & Lily pendant ($998)

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The Bathroom Storage Station From The Graham Bungalow

PSA: You don’t need built-ins to add bathroom storage. Bring in freestanding furniture, which adds sweetness, character and warmth, as well as plenty o’ utility. Above, an antique table painted white becomes a lovely design moment when topped with blooms, candles and stacks of extra towels.

Get the look: Magnolia Home accent table ($350), Magnolia Home vase ($20) 

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The No-hang Gallery Wall From Mrs. Baker's Cottage

For a low-key, contemporary take on the gallery wall, make like Jojo and install open ledges, where you can then prop your collection in artful layers. (Bonus points: No holes!) On your purchase list: open shelving, hardware and frames in a unified color scheme.

Get the look: Pottery Barn rustic ledge (from $69); Crate & Barrel picture set ($129)

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The Elegant Entryway From The Eberle Farmhouse

Who could forget this sprawling country home makeover, with its grand, double console table foyer? You can totally recreate this impactful styling, no matter your floor plan: Just add a slim, rustic console table, potted greens, a runner and an oversize mirror.

Get the look: Rejuvenation rounded mirror ($299); Safavieh distressed runner ($37); Kosas Home console ($480)

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The Storage Bookshelves From The Mccall Ranch

Mimic these rad, deep teal built-ins with an open bookshelf (or étagère) and uniform baskets to organize toys by category. And don’t forget a chic sitting area for the grow-nups, too—we dig Jojo’s farmhouse take on boho style: a blush, vintage-looking chair and rattan drum table. Swoon.

Get the look Target teal bookshelf ($114); Land's End seagrass baskets (from $25); Article chair ($599); Holly & Martin accent table ($66)

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