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Jul 17

Junk Gypsies Unveil the Wander Inn


Amie and Jolie Sikes transformed two old bungalows into fabulous inns.

On top of their growing list of projects, the Junk Gypsies undertook opening an inn. Amie and Jolie Sikes purchased two abandoned four-bedroom inns adjacent to the Junk Gypsy store in Round Top, Texas. In tonight’s episode, the Sikes sisters and their family renovate the living space of one of the inns. They’re calling it the Wander Inn, inspired by their plan to make it a destination for traveling “gypsies at heart.”

Sneak Peek: Tour the Wander Inn >>


The trail riders are the first guests at the Wander Inn.

The Gypsies only have two days to completely update the main room before the first guests arrive. Both sisters create unique pieces for the space to add a personal touch. Jolie creates rustic side tables out of a dead tree trunk with some help from her husband Todd, while Amie and her dad, Philip, repurpose leather belts and license plates into Western-inspired art. Finally, it’s time to decorate the room with collected pieces of junk from the Gypsy Warehouse.

Get the Step-by-Step DIY Guide for Recreating Their Upcycled Projects:

Jolie’s Tree Stump Side Tables >>

Amie’s Campfire Mantel Art >>

With the wanderlust theme and big Texas sky in mind, Amie and Jolie painted one wall bright blue and styled the room with eclectic, vintage finds. After the final touches are complete, the trail riders arrive just in time for the Gypsy family barbecue.

Don’t miss it! TONIGHT at 9/8c on Great American Country.

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Posted at 6:00 am, July 17, 2014 | Permalink

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