From cowriting a children’s book, We Are the Gardeners, with her kids — Drake, Duke, Emmie Kay and Ella Rose — to announcing plans to return to the small screen on their own network, we thought Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines had enough on her plate. But we couldn’t have been more wrong, because today, she just launched her Anthropologie home goods collection.
“For me, Anthropologie has long been a source of inspiration, so this collaboration felt like a fun and natural pairing,” said Magnolia designer and founder Gaines in a press release.
The must-have collection is described on Anthropologie’s website as globally inspired and includes a variety of rugs and pillows.
“I wanted this collection to balance the distinct Anthropologie aesthetic I’ve always admired — bold colors and whimsical patterns — with timeless details, like balance, texture and cleaner lines,” Gaines said on the website.
Ruby rug, $298 – $1,998 at Anthropologie
The statement-piece rugs range from vibrant and lively to neutral yet chic. The Ruby Rug collection is inspired by colorful Turkish rugs. They’re handloomed and pay homage to traditional patterns, according to the product description.
As for the intricately woven, textured, hand-embroidered pillows, they’re both cozy and stylish.
Textured Eva pillow, $58 – $78 at Anthropologie
“I try to design in such a way where you can incorporate new pieces you love with the ones that you have acquired over time,” Gaines said on the website.
Anthropologie also picked up a few items from Gaines’ Magnolia collection too, including candles, reed diffusers and wallpaper. And we have to admit, we’re still obsessed with her wallpaper collection, which comes in a wide variety of prints, like tea rose, watercolor rose, olive branches, woodblock, hopscotch, fairy tales and so many more.
Magnolia Home tea rose wallpaper, $78 at Anthropologie
Back in December, Gaines teased a collaboration with Anthropologie via Instagram Story, writing “Working on a fun project with Anthropologie today.”
And no one would have guessed, based on that photo alone, that Gaines would bless us all with such a bold, exciting collection of rugs and pillows.
Prices range from $38 to $2,598, so you’d better start saving up now — because you’ll want everything.