Whether you're a Fixer Upper fan or not, you're going to love the new wallpaper line from Magnolia Home. With her eye for detail and sophisticated farmhouse style, Joanna Gaines brings us another beautiful home product. Need a reason to fall in love with wallpaper? How about three?
You don't need to wait much longer for the highly anticipated wallpaper line from Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines. She has partnered with York Wallcoverings to bring more of her signature style into our homes. Coming this January, you'll be able to cover your walls in brick and shiplap in the form of wallpaper. Complete with her signature style, the line even includes blueprint wallpaper, florals, and a playful buffalo check. The simple colors and playful patterns are perfectly paired in a neutral color scheme that is quintessential farmhouse style.
If you're looking to replicate that Fixer Upper style, you'll need a little shiplap. Try out the style with this Shiplap Wallpaper, complete with 6-inch planks and whitewashed boards. The design is perfect for the back of a pantry, a full wall, or anyplace that you want to add an interesting design detail. Rumor has it that not only does the Magnolia Home line have standard shiplap wallpaper, but a skinny shiplap as well.
This beautiful black-and-white buffalo check would be perfect as an accent wall or as a backdrop to a desk or bookcase. Buffalo check is timeless, makes a statement, and might be just the right bit of farmhouse style for your home.
A signature design element in Joanna Gaines' farmhouse style are words and phrases added in unexpected places as gentle reminders and simple statements. This Script Text Wallpaper adds just the right touch of detail to walls. Need more words and phrases? There will likely be more wallpaper featuring text in this collection.
While we wait for Magnolia Home wallpaper to be available, start looking around your home for the right spot to add a hint of farmhouse style, and go here for some wallpaper inspiration. Whether it's a wall, a cabinet, a bookcase, or an entire room, a little wallpaper makes a huge statement.