A covered porch took shape this week on a big tin building under construction on Texas 237, just southwest of Round Top. Huge corbels were hung on posts near the door, and an elaborate, 8-foot-tall sconce sat on the ground. Sisters Amie and Jolie Sikes, the Thelma and Louise of home décor, are putting down roots just in time for their leap to bigger celebrity. Amie's the curly-haired blonde; Jolie's the tall brunette, quick with snappy one-liners. In each episode, they meet with the homeowners then head to a roadside dive to map a design plan before indulging in three days of furious junking and decorating. Ever thought about using a gun to poke holes in a lamp shade? Among the projects: a living room for a naval officer who'd just come home from Iraq, a "mama cave" for the country home of a well-to-do "Houstonite" with four kids, an Airstream for Dierks Bentley and a few rooms of their own. [...] I have a 3-year-old daughter, and if she wants to draw with crayons or glitter there, I just throw it in the washer. The 7,500-square-foot building on their 10-acre compound also has offices, a kitchen and a shipping warehouse for their online business, gypsyville.com. Sales of Junk Gypsy-branded T-shirts and jewelry - for gals who can only dream about a rovin' lifestyle - provide much of their income. One recent evening, as the setting sun bathed a line of hay rolls across the road in vivid honey light, the compound seemed like nirvana.