Joanna Gaines x Anthropologie Is the Boho Dream Team We Didn’t Know We Needed

published Feb 14, 2019
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While she’s not on TV at the moment, Joanna Gaines has been busier than ever. The “Fixer Upper” star just partnered with Anthropologie for the boho collection we didn’t know we needed.

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Available online as of February 14, Joanna Gaines for Anthropologie is a collection of 19 pillows (starting at $48) and rugs (starting at $68) that reflect the Magnolia founder’s “gathered” approach to decorating. The pillows will be available in stores across the US and Canada as of February 25.

Pillows in the collection start at $48 (Image credit: Courtesy of Anthropologie)

We’re digging the muted colors (that mustard!) and abundance of textures from the pillows specifically, which are perfect for adding interest to a space without lots of bold hues.

The rugs vary from a more traditional Turkish-inspired look to textured flat weaves and even a patterned shag, starting at $68 for a 2-foot by 3-foot and going up to $2,598 for a 9-foot by 12-foot.

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“For me, Anthropologie has long been a source of inspiration, so this collaboration felt like a fun and natural pairing,” Gaines said 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.”

Gaines and husband Chip ended their popular renovation show “Fixer Upper” in 2018, but have since announced they’re working on creating a network for HGTV’s parent company Discovery. They’re also building and selling houses through their Magnolia Realty brand, have a popular line at Target, and likely have their hands full with the nearly 7-month-old Crew, the couple’s fifth child.