We have Joanna Gaines to thank for the emergence of farmhouse décor, rustic accents, and of course shiplap. The viewers of Fixer Upper loved Joanna’s style so much that she created her own line called Magnolia so that we could bring her personal touches into our homes. Even if you don’t have the opportunity to visit the famous Magnolia Market in Waco, TX, you can still get your hands on some items from the Magnolia line! Here’s how:
*Side Note: I visited Magnolia Market last month and still wasn’t able to bring home all the beautiful things I wanted due to shipping cost. However, the trip to Waco was still well worth it and I highly recommend going! If you missed my post about my visit you can read it here.*
Visit the Magnolia Market Website:
After visiting the Market myself, I realized that the online selection was limited in comparison. However, the most popular pieces such as the signature magnolia wreath, cotton stems, metal script wall expressions, and many other must-haves are available. You’ll have to visit the market to taste one of the yummy cupcakes from the Silos Bakery though!;)
Find Retailers that Carry Magnolia:
Many local furniture stores are starting to carry Magnolia! For those of you that live in the Carolinas, Rug and Home will be your best bet. I stopped by the Rug and Home in Asheville, NC, to check out what was available and was pleasantly surprised with the selection. I found everything from a window frame, serving trays, rugs, pillows, and other accents. Other locations are: Gaffney, SC and Kannapolis, NC (near Charlotte).
Some snap shots of Magnolia items found at Rug and Home. I’m loving the unfinished window frame!
As much as I love this line, I have to admit that there are plenty of similar products out there. With the lack of widespread availability, I highly recommend taking advantage of retailers that are catching on to the Fixer Upper style. Before the Magnolia line was created (circa Fixer Upper Season 1 and 2) Joanna utilized many recognizable brands such as Target and Wayfair. I also recommend visiting the HGTV website and exploring the Fixer Upper photo galleries. Some pictures allow you to “shop the post” to find similar furniture, wall decor, and lighting that are shown in each picture. Super convenient!
Where is your favorite place to find Fixer Upper home decor?