Joanna Gaines’ New Wall Treatment Is a Huge Departure from Shiplap

published Aug 17, 2018
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Joanna Gaines is continuing her takeover of all things home decor. The “Fixer Upper” star and Magnolia magnate just released four new patterns of wall coverings, and we’re guessing you’ll be slapping them up on your walls before you can say “shiplap.”

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In collaboration with YorkWallcoverings, Gaines has added four more fun patterns to her hefty collection of 17 wallpaper options. The first, named “Tea Rose,” features a cabbage rose pattern in a muted black and white color. The second is the whimsical “Olive Branch” pattern, while the third is the “Common Thread” pattern, a play on the traditional Buffalo Check Plaid in a series of whites and grays. The last new addition is the “Wildflower” pattern, which has a series of delicate, thinly-drawn black flowers set against a white background. Each of the new patterns retails for $80 each.

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Joanna has been extra busy designing items for retail lately. Just a couple weeks ago, she and husband Chip Gaines released their new line for Target, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia. That collection is composed of over 50 items that mostly retail for under $25. Of course, Joanna is also preparing for the release of her new book, Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave, this fall. And then there’s that fifth child the couple welcomed back in June! It’s safe to say that the Gaines crew is keeping busy.