Trisha Yearwood Has a Home Decor Collection – Here’s Where You Can Get It

published May 27, 2018
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There’s something just so darn approachable and charming—maybe even soothing—about Trisha Yearwood, especially when she’s talking to us from the other side of the screen on Food Network. Now, the country music singer turned author and actress is inviting us to bring her home with a new decor collection that she designed for Kirkland’s.

After dominating the country music and cookbook charts, the strong and confident Southern star (with the penchant for feminist lyrics) is now offering a taste of her own home style to the public in this collaboration with Kirkland’s.

The 23-piece Trisha Yearwood Collection is a line of affordable home accent pieces personally curated by the country music star and lifestyle expert that launched on April 20th online and in all 400 Kirkland’s stores around the country, including art, decorative accessories and accent furniture that “showcase Yearwood’s sophisticated style inspired by her Southern roots.”

Yearwood says in a press release that she was inspired by the season and a nostalgia for her own stomping grounds, but clearly she also got the memo about Pantone’s colors of 2018 with the organic, seafoam-dominant palette.

“Some of my favorite things about my hometown of Monticello, Georgia, are the dogwood-lined streets of spring, and everything that goes along with that time of year. Everything is fresh and new, and has a certain sparkle to it,” the bombshell balladeer said in the press release. “That’s the feeling that inspired this collection. Gorgeous white and champagne metallics are featured throughout, as well as beautiful textures and finishes. It’s an elegant, yet comfortable collection that you can easily incorporate into your own style of decorating.”

The mostly-neutral palette and affordable price points (between $9 and $300) give the collection some majorly mainstream appeal. Covetable pieces include the hammered and embossed ceramic pieces glazed in a fresh seafoam green, the contemporary campaign-style white and gold console table and matching side table, the metallic painted bamboo boxes and vases, the cherry blossoms and songbirds canvas art print, the mother of pearl leaf vase, and the pierced metal hurricanes.

Shop the entire range at your local Kirkland’s store or online. Rumor has it there’s a 30 percent off sale going on for Memorial Day weekend…