In the ever changing world of style there comes a time when everything old is new again. Designer and television personality Joanna Gaines of Waco, Texas has drawn inspiration from the past for her new, popular styles of furniture.
It is rare when a collection of furniture can authentically capture the essence of the past and mesh with modern style. The Magnolia Home Collection from Joanna Gaines offer six styles that will be familiar and yet are the popular, cutting edge rend in furniture. The six styles are: Industrial, Primitive, French Inspired, Traditional, and BOHO (for the bohemian lifestyle).
“I’ve seen many designers and manufacturers trying to blend these styles and they often miss the heart,” says Josh Hudson, CEO of Hudson’s Furniture, the primary seller of Magnolia Home in Central Florida.” The Magnolia Home Collection succeeds in these eclectic styles, while they kept the prices affordable. Every family can find a piece to help their house feel more like a home.”
Whether in shopping malls, apartments or houses, the industrial aesthetic is very in right now. Industrial collections are bold and purposeful. The vertical and horizontal lines emphasize practical living, and they work best when paired with worn and aged metals.
The idea of “least resistance” guides Magnolia Home’s primitive collection. Overstressed people are seeking effortless details in their furniture. Elements such as turned legs, simple carvings, and relaxed finishes. These stylish pieces are the basics of many homes.
“This isn’t about designing furniture, this is about creating timeless pieces that can help tell your home story.” — Joanna Gaines of Magnolia Home
The French collection is almost self-explanatory: They’re elegant, classic, and polished. The curvature of the tables and chairs boldly announces their refinement, while the white and blue paint finishes add the quality of a 19th-century French drawing room.
Like the industrial and primitive collections, these traditional chairs, tables, bed frames, and hutches prefer simple, clean lines over florid curves. The result is timeless furniture that feels familiar without being predictable.
The one rule with BOHO is there are no rules. It’s classic vintage meets eclectic mid-century modern. The furniture oozes fun and playfulness, emphasizing texture as much as color and shape.
This collection is defined by its welcoming feel and charming details. The finishes are age-worn, creating a nostalgic element that points to the hearty, rustic way we once lived in the heartland.
“Home is the most important place. My passion is to help people create beautiful and meaningful spaces in their home.” — Joanna Gaines of Magnolia Home