Joanna Gaines gives sneak peek at home transformation ahead of season six of Fixer Upper reboot

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    Joanna Gaines gives sneak peek at a new property transformation ahead of new episodes of the Fixer Upper reboot

    Joanna Gaines has given a sneak peek at one of the properties she’ll be showcasing with husband Chip Gaines in the upcoming episodes of their Fixer Upper reboot.

    Joanna revealed in a post on Friday that she ‘begged’ Chip to bulldoze the property before they managed to transform it.

    In a selection of snaps and videos, the 43-year-old could be seen vacuuming and making finishing touches to the fixer upper. 

    Joanna Gaines has given a sneak peek at one of the properties she'll be showcasing with husband Chip Gaines in the upcoming episodes of their Fixer Upper reboot

    Joanna Gaines has given a sneak peek at one of the properties she’ll be showcasing with husband Chip Gaines in the upcoming episodes of their Fixer Upper reboot

    ‘Back to back fixer reveals! Here’s a peek at one I begged @chipgaines to just bulldoze and level bc it was so bad. Thankfully he said no. Now I love it so much.’ Joanna wrote.

    Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, which premiered earlier this year, will continue with new episodes on July 15 available on discovery+. 

    They will also be available on the forthcoming Magnolia app. 

    The couple pulled the plug on their hugely popular HGTV reality show Fixer Upper in 2017 after five seasons. 

    Shorty after they made a deal with Discovery Plus in 2018 to launch their own Magnolia brand channel.

    Multitasking: In a selection of snaps and videos, the 43-year-old could be seen vacuuming and making finishing touches to the fixer upper

    Multitasking: In a selection of snaps and videos, the 43-year-old could be seen vacuuming and making finishing touches to the fixer upper

    'Back to back fixer reveals! Here's a peek at one I begged @chipgaines to just bulldoze and level bc it was so bad. Thankfully he said no. Now I love it so much.' Joanna wrote in the caption

    ‘Back to back fixer reveals! Here’s a peek at one I begged @chipgaines to just bulldoze and level bc it was so bad. Thankfully he said no. Now I love it so much.’ Joanna wrote in the caption

    Finishing touches: Joanna showed off a stylish staircase with bookshelf underneath

    Finishing touches: Joanna showed off a stylish staircase with bookshelf underneath

    Earlier this year the couple announced that they’ll be launching an app with digital content in July, while the television channel won’t debut until January 2022. 

    Chip and Joanna, who live in Waco, Texas, with their five children, took the fame they found on HGTV and used it to launch the Magnolia brand.

    They opened a retail outlet Magnolia Market and a restaurant Magnolia Table as well as a luxury bed and breakfast destination in Waco.

    Touch of gold: Another photo showed a stylish dining room with large hanging artwork on the walls

    Touch of gold: Another photo showed a stylish dining room with large hanging artwork on the walls 

    Elbow grease: The property expert was seen in a clip pushing a cart of cleaning supplies down the hallway

    Elbow grease: The property expert was seen in a clip pushing a cart of cleaning supplies down the hallway

    Feels like home: The TV star gave a glimpse at another part of the house with a piano decorated ornately

    Feels like home: The TV star gave a glimpse at another part of the house with a piano decorated ornately

    The enterprising couple signed a deal with Target for their own line of home goods, launched a magazine Magnolia Journal and published design, gardening and children’s books.

    Magnolia Network, which replaces the DIY Network, will offer original programming, new seasons of some of the former DIY Network shows and all past episodes of HGTV’s Fixer Upper.

    A sneak peek of some of the content coming on the app, which launches July 15, included a series of episodes showcasing Chip and Joanna’s renovations at their large farmhouse.

    The couple added a family room addition and have been showing off their work in Fixer Upper: Welcome Home on streaming service Discovery+.

    They're back: Fixer Upper: Welcome Home premiered earlier this year and will continue next month with new episodes on discovery+

    They’re back: Fixer Upper: Welcome Home premiered earlier this year and will continue next month with new episodes on discovery+

    Big stuff happening: Earlier this year the couple announced that they'll be launching the Magnolia app with digital content in July, while the Magnolia network won't debut until January 2022

    Big stuff happening: Earlier this year the couple announced that they’ll be launching the Magnolia app with digital content in July, while the Magnolia network won’t debut until January 2022

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