Published on December 26, 2018

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Just in time to start fresh for 2019, Chip and Joanna Gaines have released a new way to give your home a relaxing contemporary/farmhouse vibe. The design duo’s Target collection, Hearth & Hand With Magnolia has released its first bedding line and it includes everything you need to make your bedroom a rustic oasis.

Staying true to the couple’s neutral-based aesthetic, the collection includes two quilt sets, two comforter options, as well as throw pillows and organic sheets. If you’re a longtime advocate of simple white bedding, consider these options an easy stepping stone to add just bit more texture and pattern into the mix.

Since the bedding options also come in the versatile colorways of white, cream, and gray, they can easily be incorporated into your existing space without requiring a full-on renovation. Of course, we wouldn’t blame you if you decide to add a few more Hearth & Hand goods in your room—perhaps some brass accent pieces and simple stoneware accessories are what you’ve been needing all along.

Shop our edit of the collection below.

Available in two shades of gray, as well as “sour cream,” this basic linen duvet cover is a year-round classic.

A light gray quilt works well as both an accent or a foundation for your bedspread.

This cream-colored duvet cover is timeless. The embroidery at its base adds just enough detail to make it special.

Featuring tiny cross-stitches, this off-white quilt is one of the more expressly rustic of the bunch.

Organic striped sheets make for a quaint alternative to plain white.

Dressed in black and white stripes, this throw pillow is a perfect touch for a bed, sofa, or armchair.

Let’s be real: Can you ever have too many soft knit throws?

Pinstriped sheets are surprisingly versatile—if you’re more of a maximalist, try pairing them with a more dramatic duvet.

An extra-long lumbar pillow is essential for making any bed as comfy as possible.

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