Here are the 7 Paint Colors Joanna Gaines Used to Transform Homes In “Fixer Upper”

updated Mar 2, 2021
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 “Fixer Upper: Welcome Home” previewed its first season exclusively on Discovery+, allowing fans of the popular home renovation show to watch ahead of the much-anticipated launch of Magnolia Network later this year, which has been delayed due to coronavirus restrictions. Each episode in the series highlighted beautiful renovations, and there’s no doubt Joanna Gaines’ paint choices played a large role.

The first four episodes of the series featured seven Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines paint colors, from the darker hues seen in episode one to the warm neutrals featured in the finale. So if you’re looking to follow suit and switch things up this year, consider Gaines’ color selections for your own home transformation.

Credit: Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines

The first episode featured an earthy olive green called Market Place, which can add depth to both interior and exterior walls, as well as a dark green called Locally Grown. This moodier green was paired alongside Blanched — a warm beige that brings warm into the space — which was also seen in episodes two and three. Last but not least is Prairie Smoke (also seen in episode two), an almost-black hue with warm green undertones that can be used on accent walls for a sleek finish.

In episode three, a muted peacock blue made an appearance. Going by the name Secondhand Find, this paint color has the potential to add a contemporary feel to various spaces. Use it on your focal walls or as your go-to shade for those finer details to finish off more intricate designs.

The last episode featured Silos White, a soft white with beige hues that bring warmth and light into a room. And last but certainly not least is 1905 Green, a combination of two colors that Gaines was drawn to while working on the design concept for her coffee shop. 1905 Green is a dark forest green shade with a slightly jeweled finish that can add depth to the walls.

For more inspiration, behind the scenes footage and design notes, visit Gaines’ blog.