Monday, August 29, 2016

New line of Magnolia Homes furniture and decor (for a great price!)

Well hey there! Sorry for the delayed post today -- it was an unexpectedly crazy morning around here and I'm just now sitting down. I'm so excited to show you what I found this weekend though! 

I heard a few weeks back that Magnolia Homes was adding an additional furniture line (in addition to their higher end line) at Value City Furniture. I was surprised but thought it was a pretty brilliant move. Fast forward to this past girlfriend texted me Saturday evening with photos of some of the items they were putting out and I knew I had to get over there. :)

Of course everything is beautiful. The prices are decent and the quality seems good from what I could tell. What surprised me was the number of accessories they have in the line. I'll show you some of those first. (This is not a sponsored post, I just knew many of you would be as excited as I was to see it!)

I'm sure you're not surprised that there are a TON of galvanized items: 
Fixer Upper decor Value City

That would be cute on a craft table or for serving ware when entertaining. 

These "buckets" were one of my favorites:
Magnolia Homes decor Value City

I almost got one to use as a planter but didn't know where to put it. I may have to go back for one, they are so cute and unique! These were priced at $60, which I didn't think was too bad considering how big they are. 

More metal, this one with the logo: 
Magnolia Farms accessories

Those corbels are in their line too. They are labeled as bookends and were $40 for the set. 

One thing I'm not sure I love is that most of the items have a little Magnolia tag on them. They are well done and work with the pieces nicely (you barely notice it on some), but a bunch of them have it. It's not a big deal but I don't love having a brand name on decor. I guess Magnolia is a cuter name than most though. ;) 

I liked this hanging metal basket paired with the wood: 
Fixer Upper decor at Value City

I ended up getting two of these hanging vases plaques (for $30 each): 
Fixer Upper accessories

They don't work where I was planning to add them so I hope I can find a spot! 

OK, now for some of the furniture! I LOVED this table!:
Magnolia Farms farmhouse table

It has drawers! The farmhouse chairs come in a natural tone and black. 

This cabinet had some great detail: 
Fixer Upper style furniture Value City

The doors slide and I love the hardware on the drawers. So much storage!

I was surprised by the dark green sofa and chairs: 
Green sofa Magnolia Homes

I didn't sit on this one but the fabric was crazy soft. 

These little end tables were really cute and were priced at $130: 
Fixer Upper furniture Value City

This daybed was lovely!:
Magnolia Farms daybed Value City

How pretty would that be on a porch? :) 

I loved this round table and chairs too: 

Magnolia Homes round table and chairs

This living room set was my favorite! The chairs and sofa had metal piping accents underneath (it's hard to see here). And it was actually quite comfortable! The chairs and sofa were nice and deep too: 
Magnolia sofa and chairs Value City

I didn't get a picture of the matching sofa but it's beautiful and pretty big. The sofa sells for $1100. 

There you go -- fun, right? My friend and I joked that this may have saved us a trip to Waco to shop. ;) I was excited by what they had and was impressed with what I could see of the quality. You can see all of their furniture and decor on their website if you want to check out more. Have you checked out any of these yet? 

And if you love the shiplap look on Fixer Upper, check out my DIY version that costs a lot less!: 

Friday, August 26, 2016

Showing off Deb!

Hello there and happy Friday! This week seemed to go forever! I'm thankful for a pretty low key weekend with a equal parts DIY and relaxing. :)

Today I have a fantastic blogger to share with you -- it's been awhile since I've shared one with you. Deb's home at Seeking Lavender Lane has always caught my eye. She incorporates a lot of DIY in her designs, which I love. Her home is soothing and pretty but also has moments of great contrast.

Enjoy this tour and be sure to check her out this weekend and say hello!

I absolutely love how she painted the coffee table in her living room -- what a great idea to update an older piece!:
DIY clock coffee table

I just love it! I also love the black base at the bottom and the rest of this living room is beautiful as well: 
decorating around a TV

Deb's kitchen is a bright and pretty space thanks to some updates they've made over the years: 
farmhouse kitchen ideas

 She made a few more changes earlier this year and I was swooning over that light and those chairs!:
farmhouse kitchen table

I think this shot from her kitchen into her dining room is my favorite in her home though: 
grasscloth wallpaper dining room

You have to see the black accent wall in the kitchen -- it's dramatic and classic at the same time. 

Deb does a beautiful job of mixing items and accessorizing. Her family room is so well done and looks like such a cozy space: 
decorating with grays and white

I love that lamp! Isn't her home so comfy and pretty? 

She can change things up and it looks just as good -- like the industrial look in her son's room:
DIY industrial metal doors

Those faux steel doors are another DIY project, brilliant! 

You know I adore her use of gray and white in her powder room update
stamps on wall instead of wallpaper

By the way, that's not wallpaper -- it's a stamp! Love it!

I hope you enjoyed seeing Deb's home! I've just scratched the surface, there's so much more to see at her site. I love sharing talented bloggers with you! I am always in awe at the talent out there. 

Have a fantastic weekend and stay safe! 

Love peeping in on homes? I have a bunch of beautiful home tours over on my Projects page. Kathleen's home is one of my favorites: 

And Nicole's kitchen (and whole home) is so dreamy: