As Fixer Upper's end date looms, it's nice to know a good Gaines fix is only as far away as the nearest Target. Jo launched her Hearth & Hand line with the retailer last fall, and it had the telltale sign of a major Target success — which is to say it sold out immediately, then ended up on the next day.
The spring collection's finally here, and it's just as good as the inaugural one. Check out what we're loving — then scoop it up for yourself.
If you've been hanging onto any hand-written recipes from grandma, this is the perfect way to display them. You can open the frame and slide in any picture or paper you want.
These cheery pitchers could hold OJ — alongside bubbly — at a weekend brunch or a few sprigs of greenery to bring life to the kitchen counter.
These vessels have a cool double wall, so whatever you put inside them almost looks like it's floating.
You could fool people that this is from Target: Every mark on the stoneware bowl looks hand-stamped.
No one actually uses a mortar and pestle as often as they think they well, so it's hard to justify a super expensive one. This set's only 11 bucks — AKA, a must-buy.
Fashion-forward aprons are apparently a thing now. (released one late last year.) This one's got a classic fit, with a yellow-and-white plaid pocket front and center.
The soft green-and-cream stripes almost transport you to France — until Target's fluorescent lighting snaps you back to reality.
Gently "dinging" this triangle dinner bell — rather than screaming DINNER'S READY! — is such a nice way to gather the family.
This square ottoman works overtime as both a spare perch and a coffee table: You can rest your feet on it while reading or set a meal on top come dinnertime.
Summer's five months away, but this candle makes the season seem a little more imminent. The scent is a mix of citrus and coconut, and the adorable pink jar comes with a pretty wooden lid.
Acacia wood is durable and water-resistant, so these salad servers will be long-lasting. They come dipped in either yellow or turquoise paint.
This cup's fluted shape and beveled design mimic the vintage glassware Joanna loves.
Jo regularly postson Instagram, but the real thing doesn't come out until April 24. If you preorder now through Target, you can guarantee yourself a signed copy.