Last week's Fixer Upper episode was one of my favorites in a while because I LOVED getting to see the process behind creating a retail space like the Silos Baking Co. There are so many elements that go into creating a restaurant, bakery, or retail space that differ from renovating a house. It was also extra special because I had actually gotten to see the finished bakery during our Silobration trip this past fall (and eat just a few of the cupcakes too!). It is even more beautiful and perfect in person and I was seriously "oohing" and "ahhing" over every detail. The overall vibe of the bakery is classic Fixer Upper, lots of black and white details, a few industrial elements mixed with classic French style. Chip and Joanna mentioned several times in the episode that their goal was to make it feel like a bakery that had been there for years, and you totally get that feeling once inside! I sometimes find the most inspiration for my home from beautiful and unique restaurants, shops, and retail displays. The classic style of the Silos Baking Co. is no exception, and I've rounded up my favorite picks for replicating this style below!