Chip and Joanna Gaines unveiled recently that they’re launching a new range that’ll be sold uniquely at a target in partnership with their brand Magnolia. The range, which will be named health and hand in Magnolia, will be in stores and on the internet on November five and feature over 350 home decoration, tabletop, and giftable items – most of which will be less than 30 USD.
While this will be Chip and Joanna’s first exclusive range of items for a retailer, Chip also wrote in an article on their blog that this will be a first for the target.
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Blue Glass Pedestal Serving Bowl, $12.99
Let me try to offer you a visual, Chip writes in the article, it is like a small shop inside of the target. Jo keeps calling the look advanced farmhouse, whatever that means. The entire you know is she’s so excited about this range that she wishes to register for our marriage entirely over again.
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Bath Cup with Trinket Dish in Cream
Unlike other ranges target has released, this latest Magnolia range will last many years and will be refreshed every season, according to a press release.
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia ‘Remember to Flush’ Bath Wall Decor
If you cannot wait to see the range, Target revealed a sneak peek of some items, including these adorably striped napkins and home formed vases. They also confirmed that entire prices will range from 99 to 129 USD, but most of all are less than 30 USD.
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Fir and Leather Bath Salt, $12.99
Chip also wrote in the article stating that they were approached by one major retailer after one more about making a unique can. They finally partnered with the target because they found them to be glad when it arrives at generosity and giving.
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Fir and Leather Hand & Soap Set, $16.99
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Glass Milk Holder, $5.99
Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Glass Sugar Canister, $5.99
With that in mind, the new range will be built with both target and Magnolia’s commitment to offering back to their communities. To kick off this new collaboration, Joanna is already working on designing to update the community dining space at Target home, a free house away from home for families with children being treated at St. Jude kid’s research hospital in Memphis, just in time for vacations.