Ready for a spring project? Look no further than Joanna Gaines’ latest refresh for her Target-exclusive line, Hearth and Hand with Magnolia. When we first found out new items were coming last week, we knew it would include paint. But if the idea of painting a room to get some farmhouse-approved vibes in your house seems like too much, there are spring refreshes for even the most newbie DIYer.
Ahead, all the ways you can use Hearth and Hand’s latest for a quick room refresh, starting at just $2.
Joanna Gaines first launched her paint collaboration with KILZ in 2016, but the line only became available at Target on Sunday, April 1. The line is full of the kinds of neutral tones we are used to seeing from the Fixer Upper star, with lots of muted greens and blues. While most of the paint is for walls, there is also a selection of “chalk-style paint” meant to refinish furniture and give it an antique feel.
And speaking of Joanna’s love of the color green, the collection also includes some Instagram-worthy gardening accessories perfect for spring. And even if your green thumb abilities are a bit on the ambitious side, these accessories can easily double as decor. The trio of planters ($25) should provide inspiration enough for seedlings, or even just a new set of succulents.
If the paint palette from KILZ was a wash of neutrals, the wallpaper for Hearth & Hand (a first for the brand) brings a bit more of the unexpected. While still in neutral colors, the wallpaper plays with patterns like ferns and houses. Each roll covers 56 square feet. Don’t have the attention span to wallpaper a room? Here are some of our favorite ways to create impact with less wall space.
Another first for Hearth & Hand? The refresh includes hooks, pulls, and knobs, allowing you to update your wall or even existing drawers and cabinets. The ten new hardware pieces are mostly black or brass, with vintage-inspired elements.
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