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Episode 10 - Silos Baking Co.

February 17, 2017

For years I’ve drawn design inspiration from old world European mercantile style bakeries. To me, there is something nostalgic about a 100-year-old bakery. I love that from the cabinetry and white subway tile all the way down to the trim work and dark gray grout, every detail has served as a source of inspiration behind so many kitchens we’ve flipped over the years. It only seemed right that since we were finally opening up our own bakery, that we design it with the same old world European style.

I wanted this whole place to feel like you’d stepped back in time to a little bake shop in France. From the herringbone floors to the custom cabinetry made to look worn, it was all a part of the plan to make this place look and feel like you stepped back in time. 

MAIN BAKERY SPACE

Objective: Create an open floor plan with plenty of space for bakery guests to line up. Design the main area with the European mercantile feel.

BATHROOM

Objective: Keep this space easy for guests to access. Add interesting design details, like wallpaper, to give it a unique flare.

PATIO

Objective: Design a setting where guests can enjoy their treats with a great view of the Silos and the rest of the Magnolia grounds.

interview with the

GAINES KIDS

Q. What was most fun about having mom and dad reveal it to you?

A. Emmie: I liked the part where they made us close our eyes and they pulled open the signs.

Q. Who was better at revealing — mom or dad?

A. Duke: They both did a pretty a good job.

Q. What’s your favorite cupcake flavor?

A. Drake: Shiplap | Ella: Strawberry | Duke: The Classic, but anything chocolate! | Emmie: Peanut Butter Cup

Q. What do you think is prettiest design element about the bakery?

A. Ella: I liked the floors!

Q. Do you like to bake?

A. The girls: Yes, we like to bake cookies with our mom.

 

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  • Van Bricker
    5:54 am, November 11, 2017
    In some strange way you (Joanna, Chip and the kids) have touched our hearts, it is more of a family show than a Fixer upper although you do an excellent job at that. We will miss seeing you folks turn a disaster into a miracle that anyone would be proud to live in. Please say hi once in a while.
    Van and Rose Bricker
  • CarolRegoli
    12:11 pm, October 22, 2017
    Your bakery is very beautiful. Hope to visit your place one day. God bless you and your family.
  • Lois dupont
    1:34 pm, September 23, 2017
    Love the show i am currently sitting with a pinched nerve in neck and woulf really n in pain if i did not jave ypir shows and reruns thank u so much
  • Ronald Gundrum
    3:18 am, August 30, 2017
    My Prays go out to hurricane harvey victems and the ones that passed away in Texas.
  • Naomi Velasquez
    11:43 am, July 31, 2017
    Im opening a bakery in Mangua, Nicaragua....would like/appreciate any kind of advise.Thanks ....Naomi
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