The Modern Farmhouse Pieces from Chip + Jo We’re Loving
And no, they’re not from their Target collection.
Updated Oct 22, 2018 7:37 PM
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Ever since the first couple of interior design announced their partnership with Target for an ongoing collection of stylish, affordable decor items, our attention has been pretty focused there. Chip and Joanna Gaines have created chic collection after chic collection—most recently, a cheery Spring line perfect for entertaining. And while we don’t envision forsaking Hearth and Hand with Magnolia anytime soon, it’s time to give the Gaines’ OG decor line (available on their website) some love as well. From gardening tools to kitchenware, the Magnolia collection is full of classic pieces with a modern twist, making it perfect for a springtime update. Here are some of our favorites.
Jordy Ceramic Jug, $9
Opt for this rustic-looking pitcher for a subtle pop of color. If your style leans more towards antique than modern, you’ll love displaying your favorite spring blooms in this tabletop accessory.
Kaylee Pillow, $89
Broken stripes offer a modern take on traditional nautical lines. Perfect for adding texture to your bedding or your sofa, this throw pillow is an easy way to spruce up a room.
Locker Basket, $24
From storing produce in the kitchen to towels in the bathroom to desk supplies in the office, these baskets will organize literally every room in the house. The sleek design is ideal for anyminimalist decor
ators in search of smart storage solutions that don’t look bulky.
Annette Throw, $52
Go on-trend and pick up the sunny yellow version of this throw, which is lightweight enough to work in the warmer months too. Each blanket is produced sustainably to meet the global organic textile standard and is free from harmful chemicals so you can be sure you’re getting top quality for your money.
Varro Plant Hanger, $14
Not everyone has the surface space to display an array of potted plants, which is why hanging planters are the move for small-space dwellers. The contemporary metal frame on these ensures your new green friends take center stage, not their container.
Ceramic Adelina Set, $14
This creamer and sugar holder duo is an elegant way to dress up your morning (and mid-morning, and afternoon) coffee ritual. They also come in handy when entertaining a larger group for breakfast, as they’re small enough to keep on the table during the meal.
Watering Can, $50
If your spring resolution was to give your outdoor space a little TLC as soon as the warmer weather hits, you’ll need some tools. And lest you think you’re about to be relegated to a life of industrial-looking gardening equipment, fear not: Joanna hand-picked the colors on this chic little watering can herself, and it’s just as stylish as you’d expect.
Stoneware Measuring Spoons, $18
Looking for a smaller gift to give your foodie friends (or maybe in need of a kitchen update yourself)? Go for these simple stoneware measuring spoons, which were crafted to look like vintage enamelware.
Vaughn Stem Holder, $18
A different kind of vase, this stem holder is a cool accent piece in its own right. If you’re a fan of minimalist decor and typically shy away from big, colorful bouquets, this is the perfect way to bring in some greenery or florals without going overboard.
Harvey Tray, $36
We love a good tray, and this wooden one with metal accents is no exception. Prop atop your coffee table and fill with your favorite books and magazines of the moment.
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