Jolie is the younger Junk Gypsy sister and is admittedly addicted to social media. After graduating college from Texas A&M she bid the academic world goodbye and fled for rural life in Texas with her family. She believes life doesn’t have to be serious and that everyone should own at least one pair of cowboy boots.
The Junk Gypsies make over a bedroom for a farm couple in search of some funky romance. They repurpose an old barn gate into a headboard, turn vintage wedding dresses into romantic curtains and create a one-of-a kind hat rack.
The Junk Gypsies excitedly take on a new job for their right-hand Junk Gypsy gal, Archie, to redesign her kitchen and patio for more storage and entertainment purposes. Archie wants to stay within her budget and Amie and Jolie want to give Archie the best that she deserves, so the Gypsy sisters build patio seating out of a wooden wire spool and use farm equipment to make a cowgirl bath tub to soak in under the big Texas stars. In the end the girls take on a bigger load than anticipated, but with the help of their crew they give Archie a fun, functional and funky new home.
The Junk Gypsies make over a living room for an adventurous world traveler. They convert a vintage box into a shelving unit, repurpose a foundry mold into a coffee table, and turn an old globe into a one-of-a-kind lampshade.
The Junk Gypsies make over a living room for their favorite employee. They turn a vintage car window into a vanity mirror, make a platform bed out of old shipping palettes, and create a one-of-a-kind jewelry stand.
The Junk Gypsies transform a living room for a Texas ranching family into a colorful space the whole family can enjoy. They shop at local junk stores for interesting items they can re-purpose, pull out their shotgun to make a country-chic lighting fixture and turn an old drum into a storage bin. The Junk Gypsies tackle this make-over with their signature second hand style to create a meaningful and unique space for their clients.
The Junk Gypsies have been asked to help long-time friend and client Kelley Keen design and renovate the kitchen and living room in her house to allow more functionality and spaciousness between the two rooms for Kelley and her daughter, Alley. Staying within Kelley's budget, Amie and Jolie furnish the home with repurposed salvaged junk, so they make a chandelier out of an old wagon wheel and mason jars and discover the perfect shabby chic column to support the new open space between the kitchen and living room. To celebrate the bright and spacious farm chic kitchen and living room, the Junk Gypsies break in the newly renovated rooms with Kelley, Alley and some cozy southern living.
The Junk Gypsies attend Antiques Week, one of the country's largest antique markets in the country. They make over items and create signature Junk Gypsy pieces to sell in their tent. They decoupage a bed, give new life to a chair,and turn a French horn into a unique lighting fixture.
The Junk Gypsy store is running low on the high demand items, so Amie and Jolie set out to find old junk that they can repurpose into new items for the store. On their journey they find an old 16th century Hungarian pew bench that they turn into a bedframe and a revamp a set of ordinary chairs into a set of rustic cowhide covered chairs. Amie and her daughter learn to sew pillows for the store with the Junk Gypsy seamstress. After making over the store with the help of their Junk Gypsy crew, they sell the set of rustic cowhide covered chairs and have lovely new items to keep their Junk Gypsy style afloat!
The Junk Gypsies are active in their community, and they want to give back to their kids' school, Round Top-Carmine Elementary, so they join forces with their local school to host a school fundraiser garage sale. Amie and Jolie supply the garage sale by repurposing old school-related items and invite the whole town of Round Top, population 90, to donate their own junk. They revamp an old school bus seat with vibrant recycled fabric and turn a basketball hoop into a laundry hamper. The garage sale is a success and Amie and Jolie raise enough money for the school with the help of their community.
The Junk Gypsies and Miranda Lambert work undercover to decorate an Airstream trailer as a surprise gift for Miranda's mom, Bev Lambert. The three get to work sewing curtains out of Miranda's family shirts, spray paint a large ombre stencil and make the airstream the perfect Mama Haven for hardworking, Bev Lambert. After working around the clock to get ready for Bev, Amie, Jolie and Miranda surprise Miranda's mom, Bev, with a Gypsified airstream for her very own.
Amie and Jolie help16 year-old Sadie Robertson, the daughter of Willie and Korie from Duck Dynasty, design a t-shirt for her new clothing line "Live Original." When Amie and Jolie reveal the t-shirt to Sadie, they also surprise the budding designer with a special gift - a table made from two antique sewing machines.