The homes renovated by Chip and Joanna Gaines always have a certain signature style — the dynamic duo's aesthetic, particularly in terms of Joanna's keen eye for design and decor, can be spotted a mile away. For the past five seasons, the show's viewers have all but been frantically taking notes on what their favorite design trends are (or was that just me?) and there are definitely some things that every Fixer Upper fan knows to be true after watching the show. For example, the series has changed the way we look at certain design elements forever.
Whether fans' design preferences have been completely changed or just tweaked a little during the show's run, Fixer Upper has always offered new twists on old classics. Maybe you don't want a home that screams "country" at the top of its lungs, but perhaps you do want to incorporate some of those rustic, Southern, old-fashioned charms into the house. That's OK — that's Chip and Joanna's specialty. Whether they're adding blinding white subway tile to an otherwise olive green kitchen, throwing some white roses into a vintage watering can, or tossing some industrial-looking light fixtures into an otherwise traditional room, Fixer Upper's hosts managed to make things seem old and new all at once, hearkening back to the past and at the same time making room for the future. Here are some of their most notable trademarks from throughout the show.