Modern Architecture

Modern Architecture

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ویلای مدرن
Joanna Gaines is juggling more careers than most folks even dream about. A decorator, shop owner, renovator, real estate developer and mother of four, she is also the cohost of a one-hour TV show called Fixer Upper. Oh, and she and her husband, Chip, just spent a year and a half remodeling their 19th-century Texas farmhouse.

“Our lives are crazy and hectic,” says Joanna, with Magnolia Homes. “For me home needs to serve as a retreat. The simpler, the better.”

She wasn’t even looking for a house when a client suggested that the Gaines family might enjoy living on her farm in Crawford, Texas — a Waco suburb best known as the site of George W. Bush’s ranch. The Gaineses drove out to see the 40-acre parcel and fell in love with the property. The home, however, was a different matter. The 1,700-square-foot Victorian farmhouse had vinyl siding and an interior divided into little rooms — none of them even large enough for their dining table.

“There was no way this would fit our family of six,” Joanna recalls telling herself. “But I loved the character and charm of the house. So we decided to make it work.”

Photography by Molly Winn

Red, the dog, and Fluffy, the cat, welcome guests to the new front porch.

While Joanna concedes it would have been cheaper to just bulldoze the old house and rebuild from scratch, that was never a consideration. “What we love is the challenge of, how do you keep the character but make it work for families today?” she says. “There was something about the history — I didn’t want that to go away.”