Hearth and Hand Collection- what I bought and what I’m doing with it.
Unless you live under a rock you probably heard the the new line Hearth and Hand by Joanna and Chip Gaines hit Target over the weekend. I’m going to share what I got and what I did with it! So by now some of you may be tired of Home decor blogger’s writing about it but I’m here to show you what I did with my new Magnolia accessories. If you are like me; a huge fan of Farmhouse and all things Joanna and Chip, then you’re probably still salivating over this new collaboration. For those of you that lean towards that modern farmhouse aesthetic this line will fit in your home beautifully.
If you’ve been following me for awhile you know I’ve incorporated farmhouse style in my home for several years. Even before I knew “Farmhouse” was a thing I gravitated towards industrial, vintage, repurposed etc… I guess that is one of there reasons I really look up to Joanna, she put a name to this style that so many of us love and have used in their homes for years. So when this accessible farmhouse line launched Sunday at Target you betta believe I was there bright and early with coffee in hand to check it out in person! There was a lot of wood, white, black, leather and metallic tones which is more or less their signature look. Also a ton of Green. I typically don’t do a lot with dark green in my home other than in natural elements, however usually paler shades of green work best for me. I was really looking for some new pieces to freshen up my mantel for upcoming seasons. I wanted accessories that could carry me through many a season and not be too Christmas-y. I’ve had these white pitchers from target on either end for awhile and was ready to switch it up.
So here is what I got:
I knew I wanted these galvanized house lanterns for my living room. I have a lot of galvanized and wood tones in there and I never grow tired of that vibe.
I also grabbed the vase fillers and garland for my mantle.
Here is how I styled I:
So what do you think? I put in some cheap candles and the vase fillers, what I lovenis thay I can totally use this garland through the spring as well. Same with the lanterns I like that I can get crateice with that to ou inside other than candles.
Next up these two kitchen items. A large white ceramic bowl and dip tray. I know you might be thinking “boring” but the older I get and the more I entertain the more I love simple white serving fishes and platters.
So here is what I got:
With the holiday’s coming up I want to be ready to entrain with simple pretty pieces that look great on my coffee table or dining table and these will do the trick. These would also be a beautiful Christmas gift for a new homeowner.
How beautiful do these pieces look together? If you’re a Rae Dunn collector (the pottery with the lettering on them sold at Homegoods, Marshall’s and Tjmaxx) this white line looks so pretty with it!
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