Hearth & Hand New Arrivals
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Hearth & Hand New Arrivals

Joanna Gaines always outdoes herself with Target’s Hearth & Hand line. I get excited when items from the previous line go on sale because when something old is on its way out, there are new arrivals on their way in. I’m also a sucker for a good sale. Blush is my favorite color, so this past spring line that dropped in January has been my favorite to date. I am a sucker for anything that fits my “Scandinavian Farmhouse” aesthetic. In fact, most of the items in my home are from one of Hearth & Hand’s many seasonal lines over the years.

I went to Waco over spring break and wasn’t as impressed with Magnolia Market as I had expected to be, likely because of the Hearth & Hand line at Target. In my opinion, Magnolia Home pieces look similar to the Hearth & Hand line, at four times the price. If you get really lucky, you’ll find Hearth & Hand at Dirt Cheap for 90% off, but more on that in a later post.

I’m most impressed with the Dusty Rose rimmed plates, perfect for hosting guests on the patio. If my currency was limitless, I would buy everything shown above. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. What pieces are you dying to have? I know I’ll be purchasing a few items, but I am going it sit on it for a week or so to avoid impulse purchases. The best thing about this line is that it always matches previous Hearth & Hand lines and is simple enough to mix with pieces you already have. Happy shopping!

xx, Daria

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