If hunting through flea market stalls is your ideal way to furnish a room, you're in luck. Renovation queen Joanna Gaines is offering up some of her own best finds in a limited-edition drop called Found & Collected. That's right, the Magnolia Network maven is getting into the antiques business. Given her taste for all things lived-in and loved, we think it's only fitting.
The product drop, which Gaines announced via Instagram on September 7, includes one-of-a-kind pieces that range in price from $14 for a found wooden spool to $11,500 for an antique pine general store cabinet from Denmark. Heirloom-quality furniture, such as a lovingly faded printer's cabinet and a dreamy pine Scandinavian armoire, feature alongside vintage farmhouse kitchen staples like wooden dough bowls and stoneware. It's the online equivalent of the dusty antique shop where you found the farm bench of your dreams tucked in a corner—just much more convenient (not to mention less sneeze inducing).
"It's been so fun to work with the team to curate this collection that you can now shop from wherever you are," Gaines wrote in her Instagram launch post. "I hope you find something new-but-old to bring home!"
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That said, the convenience of shopping Found & Collected has its downsides. If you're hoping to grab a piece handpicked by the Fixer Upper star, you need to move fast. This special collection is selling out fast. Last time we checked, there were still plenty of great finds, though, including a few pieces of furniture under $2,000, grain sack towels, marble bowls, and a bentwood coat rack we're itching to buy. Just don't wait! Score your own piece specially chosen by Jo while you can.
Janae McKenzie covers all things shopping for House Beautiful. As an associate shopping editor, she’s constantly scoping out the best finds for every part of your home. Janae holds an MA in journalism from the University of Missouri and has been published in Glamour, Food Network and Vox Magazine.