Hear ye, hear ye, Magnolia fans! Chip and Joanna Gaines have yet again unlocked and flung open the doors to their discount store Magnolia Warehouse Shop. And you know what that means: It’s time to run in to get your hands on slightly used, slightly damaged Magnolia items (in all their rustic and farm-inspired glory) at a just a fraction of the price.
Magnolia Warehouse Shop reopened last Thursday, when the Gaines’ announced the news on their Magnolia Instagram account, and will stay open for just a few weeks this summer, through Aug. 25. For those in the Waco, Texas, area, you can pop in Thursday through Saturday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Joanna and Chip Gaines first opened the store, which they called at the time their “Little Shop on Bosque,” in 2003. They’ve closed and reopened over the years, more recently reopening in March. The discount store sells last-chance and overstock items according to Magnolia spokesman Brock Murphy. He told the Waco Tribune-Herald that the items are unique to that store, meaning you won’t be able to find any of the items for sale at the Gaines’ other shops, including Magnolia Market at the Silos, Sixth Street and Webster Avenue or online at magnolia.com.
On the Magnolia website, it’s clear how much this store means to Joanna, who writes, “In that [Bosque] store, I developed and sharpened my design style and skills, grew as a business owner, and gained much-needed confidence in Magnolia Market and myself.”
“This entire business idea was born completely out of a dream I didn’t know could ever come to life,” she continues. “It’s true only because a fiercely faithful, brave and bold husband pushed me to pursue my dream that it ever came to be.”
Act fast, Waco friends, because the store is only open while supplies last.