(Image credit: Courtesy Magnolia Home)
If there’s been a Fixer Upper-sized hole in your life since the popular renovation show finished its five season run on HGTV, you’re in luck. Joanna Gaines will be dishing plenty of her signature farmhouse style this fall in her new design book.
On Instagram Wednesday morning, Gaines revealed the cover for her upcoming design book, titled Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave, and announced that it will be out in November (but you can preorder it now).
The book “has been a real passion of mine for years,” she says in the caption. “I didn’t want to rush the process because I wanted to get it just right.”
“We have worked so hard to create a book that is equal parts beautiful and practical: a user-friendly tool to help you create a home that truly reflects the people who live there,” she continues.
A press release from Harper Collins says that the book will contain images of the Gaines’ own farmhouse (in addition to other inspiring spaces), and “offers straightforward advice on how to create your own distinctive space.”
“My home is my safe place, it is my exhale, it is my shelter from the storm,” Joanna says. “Separate from my faith and my family, there is nothing more valuable or essential to my well-being than the way my family feels when we are home. And the reason that I do all of the things that I do is because I deeply want this for everyone.”
Homebody publishes on November 6, 2018 and is available for preorder now.