The New Magnolia Fall Furniture Collection Is “Relaxed Sophistication”
As the summer starts to wind down, many of us have already turned our attention to Fall 2020. Even during the most ordinary of years, memories of fall and winter generally involve chilly days and nights spent mostly indoors, cozied up under warm blankets on the couch. Since we’ve already spent most of 2020 at home, it’s a good time to rethink your space before the temperatures start to drop. And just in time for a home decor revamp, Magnolia announced the launch of its new Fall 2020 home furniture collection.
The 175-piece collection has everything you need to reconfigure your bedroom, entryway, living and dining areas, and of course, home office. Whether your style is more mid-century modern or you prefer the raw-yet-refined industrial look, you’re bound to find at least a few new favorites to spruce up your home.
According to the Magnolia Furniture website, “Joanna has thoughtfully designed each piece of the Magnolia Home Furniture line with family, aesthetic and practicality in mind. Her approach to design marries function and utility with the perfect level of relaxed sophistication.” Basically, she really gets us, and this new furniture lineup is everything warm and modern that a 2020 home wants to be.
Clean lines, modern silhouettes, and a variety of finishings, including leather, concrete, iron, reclaimed wood, and marble, create a refined collection that’s still inviting and laid back. Fans of the “Fixer Upper” duo will love seeing Chip and Jo’s signature modern take on traditional designs throughout the new furniture line, like the Cabot Dining Table, which is a modern take on the trestle table and made of reclaimed wood.
The Gaineses have definitely been busy: they recently shared details on the expansion of shops at The Silos, and on Tuesday announced that the Magnolia Network will feature a “Fixer Upper” reboot.
You can shop the new collection at Magnolia Home at the Magnolia Market at the Silos, or online at magnoliahomefurniture.com.