Give me all the sweetly rustic gorgeousness.
The other day, I stopped into Target to buy a pair of ballet tights for my daughter, and then accidentally spent three hundred dollars.
(This happens literally – LITERALLY – every single time I “just run into Target real quick, just for one thing,” and by now I should know better, but apparently I do not.) This time, the culprit was a new line called “Hearth & Hand with Magnolia” (created in collaboration with the Fixer-Upper couple), but you know what? In this case I am A-OK with having been ambushed by galvanized metal and faux reclaimed wood, because the inside of my house is now as festive and adorable as the outside, and I sort of feel like a superhero for having picked up pieces this good for prices this ridiculously low. (I’m also aware that I’m a huge sucker; no need to remind me of the The Man’s scheming ways.)
The line has oh my god, so many good things, but the I have to say: the holiday-specific items might be my favorites. Chic and simple, with none of the fussiness you typically see associated with holiday decor – and so well-priced that I now have an excuse to own something called a “House Log Holder” (don’t judge me; you know you want one, too).