Waco Vacation Rentals Jimmy Don's Cabin

Jimmy Don’s Cabin Featured on HGTV’s Fixer Upper Will Be Available For Your Stay In Waco SOON!

Waco Vacation Rentals is happy to announce that Jimmy Don’s Cabin, as featured in HGTV’s Fixer Upper Season 5 for A Modern Cabin Makeover will be available for short term stays coming soon!

Chip and Joanna Gaines took on a country-home renovation for their friend and colleague, Jimmy Don Holmes, the metalwork artist and owner of JDHIronDesigns.com whose work has played a part in a number of Fixer Upper renovations, as a first time home for their son Jake.

Shortly after renovations started, Jake stumbled upon a home in Valley Mills that he couldn’t pass up. With his future in mind, Jake saw an opportunity and conquered it buying himself a sweet little home a few miles away from Jimmy Don and Lori’s place.  Unfortunately, that meant the cabin would be left without an occupant. Knowing that this striking cabin could not be left to waste, Jimmy Don approached Chip and Jo and told them about Jake’s new home. With their blessing, Jimmy Don has decided to open his cabin for short term rentals. He is hoping it will provide some serene views and fun nights away from the business of life and open the doors to help others experience the greatness of this Fixer Upper he was hoping his son would enjoy.

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Jimmy Don News!

Jimmy Don Holmes now has a permanent home in Waco, Texas for his business, JDH Iron Designs.

He has been selling his signs and home decor from a 36-foot-long trailer located in a parking lot near the Gaines’ Magnolia Market. Though he also has another location in Valley Mills, the famous artisan is officially setting up shop in Waco in one of the lot’s surrounding buildings across from Magnolia. Be sure to stop by and tell him Hi!

Announcing Jimmy Don’s Hat Top Tea! The first 5 renters booking a stay with Waco Vacation Rentals for the cabin will receive exclusively samples of Jimmy’s Sweet Tea coming out in March!

JDH Iron Designs Waco, Tx

Jimmy Don Holmes Is Getting His Own Store Across from Chip and Joanna’s Magnolia Market

Jimmy Don Holmes now has a permanent home in Waco, Texas for his business, JDH Iron Designs.

The metal craftsman made famous by Chip and Joanna Gaines’ show, Fixer Upper, has been selling his signs and home decor from a 36-foot-long trailer located in a parking lot near the Gaines’ Magnolia Market. Though he also has another location in Valley Mills, the famous artisan is officially setting up shop in Waco in one of the lot’s surrounding buildings.

JDH Iron Designs Waco, Tx
JDH Iron Designs Waco, Tx

Local businesswoman Jill Barrett recently bought the real estate around Jimmy Don’s trailer, which consists of a few buildings and is conveniently located across the street from Magnolia. According to the Waco Tribune-Herald, Barrett plans to transform her holdings into a “shopping, dining, drinking, and relaxing outpost,” starring Jimmy Don’s creations.

Jimmy Don is getting the quite the treatment in his new digs, too. “He will be one of our tenants,” Barrett told the outlet. “He will have his own space attached to Brake & Clutch, with his own storefront, and we will work on preparing his place first.”

Considering he reportedly gets about 400 visitors a day who are interested in browsing his pieces—Joanna particularly loves his signs—we can see why Barrett is “thrilled” to have him on board. Even better, Waco visitors won’t have to wait too long for the shop to open.

“My goal is to have Jimmy Don’s permanent location completed by summer,” she said.

Besides Jimmy Don, Barrett has a slew of other ideas for the project. Her ultimate goal is to add even more reasons to visit Waco outside of Chip and Joanna’s attractions, like the Silos and their Magnolia Table restaurant.

“The economic engine is Magnolia, but I think that neighborhood can become even cooler,” she said. “Two people shouldn’t be responsible for the whole city. There are a lot of creative souls and entrepreneurs here.”

CountryLivingMagazine.com