Chip and Joanna’s Hearth & Hand Holiday Collection Is Almost Here, and We Want It All

Chip and Joanna Gaines decorate a Christmas tree with ornaments from their Hearth & Hand holiday collection at Target.
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If you thought you were obsessed with Chip and Joanna Gaines’s Target line last year, you better buckle up — because the new Hearth & Hand holiday collection is hitting stores this week, and it is GOOD.

“I hope this new holiday collection inspires you to gather with loved ones and enjoy what this season has to offer,” Joanna recently shared in a statement for Target.

Um, yeah — it’s inspiring me to literally empty my wallet so I can turn my apartment into something out of the pages of Magnolia magazine.

The collection includes everything from holiday-themed flatware …

Holiday flatware from Hearth & Hand
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… to stylish ornaments that look durable enough to withstand your kids knocking them onto the floor. (Because it’s bound to happen.)

Christmas ornaments from Hearth & Hand's holiday collection at Target
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There’s also a “Letters to Santa” box, a hanging canvas advent calendar, and lots of other goodies to create one of those cozy reading nooks Joanna is such a big fan of.

The nook of a home holds several items from the Hearth & Hand line, including decorative pillows, a "Letters to Santa" box, and an advent calendar.
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There are also coordinating stockings to hang from the mantel …

Stockings from hearth & Hand holiday collection
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… and holiday mugs for hot cocoa, so you can create a Pinterest-worthy scene like this one:

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But here’s my favorite part: There’s even a kid-sized dollhouse that’s designed like something straight outta Fixer Upper:

Modern farmhouse dollhouse from Hearth & Hand
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And a toy barn to match!

Toy barn from Hearth & Hand sits on the rug of a living room floor.
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According to Target, the collection will be available both in stores and online on November 1 — you know, when it’s slightly more socially acceptable to start talking about Christmas.

See you in Target!


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