Magnolia Home Collection Conclusion

by Star Furniture on July 26, 2016

Alright, I know we said Introducing Magnolia Home Furniture Part 8 would be the last of the Magnolia Homes series, however, we just couldn’t resist adding one more. 🙂

With that being said, after some careful consideration, we thought it would be best to end the series (for real this time) with an overview of all the beautiful styles that inspired Joanna’s beloved Magnolia pieces. We’ve only been talking about the Magnolia Homes Collection for the past eight weeks! I believe this calls for some closure, wouldn’t you agree?

Now, let’s end on a more conclusive note, shall we?

To begin, let’s start off with pieces that exemplify country living, and I’d even go as far to say the Magnolia Furniture Collection as a whole! Can you guess where I’m heading with this?

If you’re thinking what I’m thinking, then the Farmhouse style is exactly what we’re talking about!

Now if you can recall Part 5 of our series, we characterized this gorgeous style by it’s weathered, timeless look that takes one back to the good ‘ole days where simplicity and authenticity induce an air of sufficiency and contentment.

Take, for example, these Farmhouse Bracket End Tables.


Available in Jo’s Black, White, and Bench wood (a mellow toffee color) finishes, the Farmhouse-styled end table possesses an old fashioned charm that’ll complement a slew of different styles. Just look at the quaintness it protrudes next to the neoclassical Sheraton styled Parlor Settee Sofa:


Our next intriguing genre from this fabulous collection comes from Joanna’s Primitive pieces! Basic never goes out of style. Period. If you don’t remember, her Primitive genre is all about the basics! It includes simple and sturdy features portrayed through colonial, cottage inspired design, much like the Primitive Bobbin Coffee Table we highlighted in an earlier blog post:


If we didn’t love it, then why else would we bring it up again? It’s truly a noteworthy table that naturally belongs at the core of the room because it will attract families to surround it with everyday, casual gatherings and living. 🙂

Let’s say you want a punch of traditional mixed into your room decor. If it’s traditional you want, then it’s traditional you’ll get with the Magnolia Traditional style. Oh, and did I mention it’s just soo traditional? 😉 But really, the pieces inspired by this modern, yet conventional look are absolutely stunning. Take this Iron Trestle Coffee Table for instance:


It maintains the basic framework and rugged craftsmanship that characterizes this long-established style, with an unexpected modern flare added through its Shop Floor finish and beautifully curved, metal legs. It’s perfect for adding a fresh update to a familiar aesthetic in any type of setting!

Now, if you’re looking to stray away from adding any more rugged or traditional style furniture, perhaps the elegant, vintage French-Inspired style is just for you! These pieces are classic and detailed, with curvy edges and extravagant features. Just add this French-Inspired Tripod Table to your bedroom for that hint of sophistication. 🙂


For all one knows, perhaps vintage, curvy, and elegant just isn’t for you. Perhaps you’re into a more playful, offbeat look? If that’s the case, then here’s a message to all of my fellow bohemian lovers: Joanna’s Boho style is ah-mazing. In case you forgot, the Boho genre is a combination of modern mid-century features, with a sort of retro and offbeat appeal. This genre marches to the beat of it’s own drum, mixing together unconventional textures and shapes to create beautiful, functional pieces. I mean, come on, have you seen the Boho Stacked Slat Valet?


If you thought that piece was functional, let me remind you of another Magnolia style that takes practicality and purpose to a whole other level. I’m talking about the Industrial genre. It’s bold and purposeful, just like this Framework Dining Table:


It even has a multipurpose zinc planter top for crying out loud! At the same time, this Industrial piece elicits a sense of hard work and strength, especially with its tubular metal base and rustic finish. The Industrial style actually adds a beautiful balance when combined with softer textures, such as the Homestead Chaise Sofa:


Wow, that Chaise sofa looks so comfy and inviting, I think my body would mold right into it. 🙂

Last but not least, and from what we shared with you in our most recent post, Magnolia’s Elements and Accessories are just too marvelous to live without! These include versatile accent pieces, such as the antique-looking Hall Storage Bench, and Magnolia-inspired artwork that can mix into practically any type of style.



The Elements and Accessories truly know how to add the finishing touches to your very own Magnolia-inspired home. 🙂

Now just as promised, this is actually the last blog post of the Magnolia Home Series. Since you stuck it out with me until the very end, I have some even more exciting news that’ll blow your mind! Believe it or not, the design stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines, will be at Star Furniture in Katy on July 28, 2016!!! YES. I know. So exciting, we can not wait! 😀 Visit our social media channels for more details about the event, and don’t forget to share with your friends!

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