Joanna and Chip Gaines' home decor store Magnolia has officially launched its summer 2021 collection and we've already been eyeing up some gorgeous pieces.
As an ode to summer, the dynamic duo behind Fixer Upper and Magnolia Network has carefully curated an assortment of stunning decor pieces so that we can create the Joanna Gaines look at home.
The range includes tabletop and kitchenware, florals, vases, outdoor decor, and home fragrances. All of the homeware pieces stay true to Chip and Jo's well-loved modern farmhouse style, with neutral tones, tactile, natural materials as well as a few subtle nods to the natural world.
Prices start at just $5, perfect if you're looking to give an area of your home a little refresh without spending a ton of money. Explore more on that in our budget living room ideas piece.
As well as home decor pieces, they have introduced a new back-to-school line that includes backpacks, pencil cases, lunch boxes, and kids’ games.
The entire collection is filled with tried-and-true staples that you'll be able to rely on for years to come. Here we take a look at some of the key pieces we've got our eye on.
We are always here for a new candle, and the Daybreak candle's scent combines Valencia orange, peach, and heliotrope. It smells much like the Magnolia Summer Candle, but this time around it has lead-free cotton wicks.
We're loving these practical and stylish storage baskets - the perfect mudroom idea for keeping boots tidy. Alternatively, you could use them in a kids' playroom for organizing toys, without having to resort to plastic boxes.
pressed flower pitcher
There are some gorgeous ceramics, too, from a large blue-rimmed pie plate ideal for some home baking to this pressed flower pitcher in white.
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The new collection celebrates all the good things that summer represents - browse all products now on Magnolia’s website. It's definitely worth checking out the vases, which come in a range of shapes and sizes - from glass to wicker and textured ceramic.
They'd be great for displaying fresh blooms or a single leaf - for more inspiration read our story on Joanna Gaines' budget centerpiece hack that uses seasonal leaves.
What will you be ordering?