If you follow me on instagram you’ve probably seen a few sneak peeks from my trip last weekend, today I get to share all the details with you! Over the weekend my mom, sister, and I made the trip to Waco, TX to see the famous Magnolia Market!
As we drove up we spotted the Silos right away. It was like going to mecca as tons and tons of women were parking and flooding into the market.
I had so much anticipation and was so excited to actually get to be in this place I had seen on tv so many times! I am also a huge Chip and Joanna fan and have loved them even more since getting to hear them speak last year.
Every detail was so well thought out and had so much charm and character. I have always been a sucker for black windows and I just couldn’t get enough of the exterior of the market.
Currently the Silos aren’t actually used for anything, but they provide an awesome rustic backdrop to it all.
We arrived about an hour after the market had opened and it was busy but we didn’t have to wait in any lines to enter. How awesome is that huge barn door behind us at the entrance?!
Once we walked in I was like a kid in a candy shop.
Joanna’s signature candle was everywhere and both my sister and I grabbed one.
How adorable is this egg crate tulip display? I’m thinking that I might just have to pay a little more attention to the color of egg cartons that I buy so that I can replicate it!
She had lots of faux flowers for sale and they were all so real looking. I grabbed two of those red tulips.
I LOVE dark dramatic walls and these display walls were no exception.
She had her signature Magnolia leaf wreath for sale along with tons of T-shirts. While I didn’t have room to bring home a wreath I did snag two T-shirts.
I also loved this big wood ABC sign.
The entire market was filled with women who were all just as excited to be there as we were!
After paying for our purchases we headed outside to see the rest of the market. This big grassy area in front of the Silos had tons of lawn games available for families to play with.
The garden shop was closed, but over the fence we could still see how adorable the shop and garden are.
By the time we left there was a line to get in, making us thankful that we had gotten there early!
On our way out we checked out the bakery that will be opening soon called “Magnolia Flour”. Again I just LOVE those black windows!
Next we drove over to Harp Design Co. to check out his shop.
Clint Harp’s house is right next door to the shop. It was one of the flips from the first season and it was neat to be able to see it in person!
After walking into his shop I couldn’t believe it, but there was Clint Harp just standing there and chatting with guests! It wasn’t too crazy or busy at all, and I was able to talk to him and get a picture with him! He was so friendly and welcoming and was just as genuine as he seems on tv! We talked about how he is going to be making his first trip to North Dakota next month to speak at the Design Conference.
His shop was so charming and perfectly styled. I loved this natural tables cape and it inspired me to create something similar for Easter!
How about that wood bead wreath?! I just love how simple and natural it is.
On our way out my mom and I had to get a picture at his sign.
Then while driving out of town we were able to see the original Magnolia Market on Bosque. Currently it’s vacant but it was still fun to see where it all started.
When we got back to our hotel my sister and I had to take inventory of all of our purchases. It was a feat that we got them all into our suitcases!