Published on February 14, 2019

Joanna Gaines and Collection as Shown in Anthro Spring Home Journal Pin It
Courtesy of Anthropologie

Joanna Gaines, designer, author, TV show host, and probable titleholder for “busiest woman in design”, has done it again. The multi-hyphenate just released another gorgeous collection—this time, with none other than our favorite purveyor of globally inspired-meets-boho chic finds, Anthropologie.

Encompassing plush pillows and rugs in a range of subdued colors and fun prints, the line is a great way to bring textural interest to your living room. Gaines first hinted at this collaboration back in December, and this Anthropologie collection was definitely worth the wait.

Stylistically, the line errs a bit more on the bohemian side than fans might expect of the normally modern farmhouse-prone Gaines. But with a simple color palette that matches the designer’s signature style and the emphasis that the collection places on coziness, it still feels like a natural extension of her brand.

“For me, Anthropologie has long been a source of inspiration,” said Gaines in a press release. “I really love the color palette of this collection—from the hues of blush and blue to the ochre and classic combinations of black and white—yet, while each piece may exude its own unique style, the consistency of the subtle, classic details weaved throughout pulls it all together for a wide range of home styles.”

Die-hard Fixer Upper fans will also be delighted to find a range of other Magnolia home products available to buy at Anthro. From candles to wallpaper, there’s a lot more than just textiles, and with prices that range from $48 to $2,598, there’s something for everyone.

Shop the entire collection online today and in stores starting February 25. Stuck on what to add to your cart? Here are the pieces Domino editors are adding to theirs right now.

“I’m looking to bring a bit more color into my space, and I’m feeling really inspired by the earthy tones of this rug. It’s intricately detailed yet understated and it’ll be the perfect complement to my indigo blue dresser.” —Anna Kocharian, Digital Editor

“I’ve noticed a rise in ochre decor and this textural throw pillow is a low-risk way to test out the trend at home. Warm with earthy undertones, this dusty hue is surprisingly versatile—I’m planning to pair this pillow with my charcoal sofa and an ivory throw.” —Sophie Miura, Digital Content Director

“I love the simplicity of this classic grid motif. I feel like it can lean so many ways: minimalist, maximalist, or even a touch rustic depending on whether you decide to embrace its clean lines or bring a heavy dose of color and texture to the room.” —Lydia Geisel, Digital Editorial Assistant

“I’ve been looking for a plush and fuzzy rug to put in my bedroom to add some coziness, and this just might be it. I love the sizing options, too, making it ideal for those of us living in teeny tiny apartments.” —Kristin Limoges, Wellness Editor

“I love floral prints, but I’m very particular about them, usually opting for an unexpected color palette over more traditional pastel options. This moody wallpaper would lend a dramatic vibe to the white walls of my rental, but it’s also simple enough to work as a base for a gallery wall. It might just be the ideal next step in my quest to make my home more maximalist.” Rebecca Deczynski, Digital Editor

“Gaines’ Sadie pillows remind me of Sabra Kilim Rugs, which come from Morocco’s Atlas Mountains. They’re traditionally made from cactus silk and decorated with traditional hand-stitched geometric shapes symbolizing family, love, and protection. They also look really great! My favorite is the light sky blue pillow with subtle ochre accents. It feels fresh and neutral enough to incorporate into any space—especially my apartment, which is primarily decorated in white, blue, and black hues.” —Gabrielle Savoie, Senior Home Editor

“Any white wall molding in a home always looks good, but it’s a hard accent to come across these days. This playful twist on a wall molding is bold but not overdramatic. It almost makes me feel like I am inside one of Megan Hess’s illustrations.” —Joelle Bellini, Digital Intern

“I’m on a permanent quest to make my apartment look like it’s located in a trendy Paris neighborhood, and I love washed vintage rugs for achieving this look. It may not be an antique, but it definitely has that old-school charm I love—plus, the calming color palette is gorgeous.” —Elly Leavitt, Associate Digital Editor

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