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01.The Joanna Gaines for Anthropologie Collection Has Arrived!


Exploring the world is one item we intend to check off our bucket list. But before we book a plane ticket to travel the globe, we’re starting our journey with picking up a few pieces from the new Joanna Gaines for Anthropologie collection.

Magnolia co-founder and former HGTV star Joanna Gaines worked with the eclectic retailer to put together a line of “globally inspired” rugs and pillows. The result—no surprise—satisfied our inner interior decorator. Embroidered patterns, soft palettes, and anachronistic finishes make this collection adaptable to nearly anyone’s taste, whether you’re designing a Moroccan-inspired room or simply need a few new throw pillows.

We’ve rounded up the 10 pieces we’ll be filling our homes with come February 25th, when the 19-piece boho-chic collection launches in select stores. But, if you’re anything like us, being on standby for your local branch to stock the shelves is a painful waiting game. Luckily, you can shop the collection now on Anthropologie’s website.

02.Sadie Pillow in Ochre


If statement pieces aren’t your thing, but minimalism is a little too bare, this pillow is your happy medium. The 12-by-27-inch oblong shape, delicate stitching, and jewel-toned hue make it the perfect piece to embellish any couch or window seat.

03. Olive Rug


Minimalists will rejoice after purchasing and styling the Olive rug. You may think it’s just another black and white rug, but it’s taken to another level thanks to its wool composition, geometric shapes, and fringe edges.

04.Wool Camille Pillow


You’ll never have to sacrifice style over comfort again with the Wool Camille pillow. The plush tufts of wool frame the diamond shape pattern for a cushion that’s both stylish and cozy. A fuzzy pillow has never looked so sophisticated.

05.Hand-Knotted Camille Rug


As soft as it is chic, the Hand-Knotted Camille rug is the equally luxurious counterpart to the Wool Camille pillow. Its neutral color makes it fit easily into any color palette, but the texture can also transform it into the centerpiece of your living room. Your feet will thank you.

06.Textured Eva Rug in Terracotta


The dusty Terracotta shade is our favorite when it comes to the Textured Eva rug. It’s a pleasant meeting ground between faded rose and rusty orange. Grab a smaller one for the front entryway or a larger size to style under your dining room table.

07.Textured Eva Pillow in Dark Turquoise


The Dark Turquoise option that the Textured Eva pillow comes in reminds us of lounging by the beach in Greece or Italy. While it’s not the exact same experience, it’s a good replacement until we make it to the Mediterranean.

08.Ruby Rug in Medium Pink


With the Ruby rug, you can almost smell the musty hot air in a rug shop somewhere far away. Its faded pattern and pale pink hue make this staple piece look well-loved and old worldly rather than dingy.

09. Olive Pillow


While we can all appreciate the beauty that comes from perfectly matching your rug and pillows, the Olive rug in Ivory looks stunning contrasted with the Olive pillow in Blush. No matter if you’re a fan of color or monochrome, this light, airy shade makes the choice is an easy one.

10.Isabel Rug in Blue


Inspired by classic Persian rugs, the Isabel rug is a fresh take on traditional carpets. Its cool color palette is gentle enough to match with nearly any type of wood or tile. And while it would look great in any dining or living room, try placing it in your home office for added interest.

11.Olive Branch Wallpaper in Neutral


Long gone are the days of kitschy wallpaper. The simple designs and patterns featured on Joanna Gaines’ wallpapers range from elegant and delicate to sharp and modern. Although we love the muted olive branches scattered on this one, there’s so many lovely options to choose from you’ll want to wallpaper every room in the house.

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