Step Inside Chelsea Meissner’s Rad Ranch House
Chelsea Meissner has poured her heart into transforming her 1960s ranch house into a tropical-inspired oasis.
During a six-month renovation process, which she helmed with her fellow Survivor alum/BFF/interior decorator Kim Spradlin Wolfe, Chelsea filled her bedroom with things that remind her of Costa Rica. She also brought Caribbean flavor to her kitchen, decking its walls with handmade aqua tiles. Lush plants (and Bob Marley records) fill Chelsea’s bright sun room, where a white brick wall is splashed with painted palm leaves.
As she showed in her recent Instagram Stories, the Southern Charm hairstylist has also taken significant steps to brighten up the exterior. Previously brick-colored, the facade is now swathed in Benjamin Moore’s ivory Muskoka Trail hue. There’s also a new copper roof. One thing that hasn’t changed: Chelsea’s front lawn is still dotted with gorgeous Southern trees.
When describing her first glimpse of the house back in 2018, Chelsea said: “When I first pulled into the driveway and saw the massive oak trees draped in Spanish moss, I was sold. I could tell the house had good bones. It just needed a little facelift.” And evidently, a fresh coat of paint.
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