Joanna Gaines has a new wallpaper line, and we are so here for it. This time she is blessing us with 26 peel-and-stick designs that give us all the cozy vibes. Think lots of neutrals, soft florals and plant life, and elegant plaids.
And yes, her beloved shiplap is also a design option.
She's released a wallpaper collection with Target in the past, and if you remember it, you may notice some patterns in the new collection bear some resemblance to those.
For the new line, her Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines brand partnered with York Wallcoverings, the largest wallpaper provider in North America. But this isn't their first collection together.
Gaines and York also partnered on a line of wallpaper in January. "Magnolia Home fans have always been impressive with their DIY skills, so we decided to re-release some of the top designs on this new premium peel-and-stick collection," said DeAnna Hain Executive Director of Marketing at York, via an email statement.
We're so glad they did. Peel-and-stick is just easier, can be installed and removed much faster, and still offers a beautiful finish.
Here are just a few of our favorites from the new collection, which start at $45 per roll and are available here.
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This pattern is serving all the soft, luxe vibes without all the color you typically expect from a floral pattern. My bedroom, which is black, white, and gray, with touches of jewel tones is screaming for this print on the wall behind my bed. Buy: $45/single roll. Also available in off white.Continue to 2 of 4 below.
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Willow in Mariner Blue
The plant-life theme is so soothing and calming, just what we need right now. I especially like the mariner blue as we head into the colder months and grayer skies. Buy: $50.99/single roll. Also available in gray, light green, and black.Continue to 3 of 4 below.
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Concrete floors are trendy and virtually indestructible, but may be out of reach to some, particularly renters whose homes don't already feature it. So this elegant and understated mid-gray wallpaper design may be just the element you need to finally incorporate "concrete" into your home. We love the added polished look of the drill holes throughout. Buy: $50/single roll.Continue to 4 of 4 below.
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We couldn't share a Joanna Gaines collection and not highlight shiplap. Her trademark design element now comes in paper form. Buy: $45/single roll.