Hearth & Hand With Magnolia’s Spring Arrivals Will Freshen Up Your Home For Less Than $40
It's always a pleasure when it seems like you can spot the identity of a designer in their collections. For Hearth & Hand With Magnolia's spring arrivals, it's Chip and Joanna Gaines' passion for welcoming guests into their home. The Texas-based couple's latest Target collection is a course in kitchen-based Southern hospitality, complete with dinnerware, realistic faux greenery, and a biscuit serving set. Because when you're hosting breakfast for friends, why not go the extra mile?
Especially when said wood serving set is under $40, like most of the other new arrivals from Hearth & Hand With Magnolia. The set retails for $39.99 and comes with two glass jars, matching wooden lids, a honey dipper, and a scoop. And like other pieces from the new collection, the serving and decor possibilities are basically endless. When you aren't serving up homemade biscuits to friends and family (which may be most mornings), the set makes a luxe, breakfast-in-bed set — for a loved one, or just for yourself.
No time for elaborate breakfasts? Use the tray as handy decor in the kitchen to collect mail and cookbooks, or as a display on your dining room table; the tray's multi-tonal wood grains would go with any pre-existing decor colors.
There are even versatile, guest-welcoming pieces for your kitchen under $25, too. Obviously, anyone you invite over for breakfast probably won't complain — but they'll be especially happy if they have a cozy reversible throw pillow to lean back on in their seat. Snag the spring-themed pillow for just $24.99, and when summer comes, just reverse it to the striped side.
Working with an apartment-sized kitchen, and a non-existent dining room? There are compact pieces that'll pop in any kitchen, big or small. This $8.99 faux eucalyptus bundle may not be real, but it'll still bring in the same vibe as a fresh bouquet (without needing to routinely swap it out for non-droopy greenery). And you could always just get the $9.99 stoneware honey pot from the collection instead of the larger biscuit serving set, if your kitchen cabinets couldn't stow away one more larger piece.
Ahead, a handful of the new pieces from Hearth & Hand with Magnolia's spring collection. Once you've shopped your way through it, don't forget to grab some biscuit ingredients on Target's website — since the store also posted Joanna Gaine's JoJo's Biscuits recipe to celebrate the new pieces.
Sure, you *can* use this cute wood tray to serve biscuits. You could also use it as a dining room centerpiece, or a kitchen organizer.
Get the mismatched, thrifted dinnerware look for less time (and maybe even less money).
Incorporate organic shapes into your kitchen with this perfectly-imperfect recycled glass vase.
Have a breakfast nook that needs livening up? Try adding a few comfy, spring-themed pillows to the chairs.
Sometimes having live greenery on the table isn't an option. Try a realistic faux bundle instead to get a similar pop of lively energy.
Serve up some sweetness with this adorable vintage-inspired honey pot.
These kitchen towels offer a minimalist take on a classic print.
Neutral and simple, this tray could go anywhere in your kitchen.
At under $10, these salt and pepper shakers look like family heirlooms.
Let the flowers do the talking with this simple, textured vase.