You Won’t Believe the Crazy Number of Businesses and Projects Chip and Joanna Gaines Actually Have
The hit HGTV show Fixer Upper is officially over. And while you won’t be able to watch Chip and Joanna Gaines waging war against walls on demo day or installing shiplap on every available surface, it doesn’t mean the duo is planning to disappear like tumbleweeds across the Texas countryside.
Sure, Fixer Upper the show will only live on in reruns. But as for Chip and Jo, they’re busier than ever with a smorgasbord of side projects they’ve taken on. Ever wonder exactly what the Gaineses have their hands in? Here’s a list of every single business venture and side project that Chip and Joanna Gaines are currently working on.
It’s all proof that it’s a Magnolia world and we’re just living in it.
1. Magnolia Table restaurant
Season five of Fixer Upper wasn’t just about residences — one of the last episodes followed along as the Gaineses renovated a landmark restaurant in Waco, turning it into another jewel in the Magnolia portfolio.
Christened Magnolia Table, the restaurant is quintessential Chip and Jo, with a light filled dining room and charming farmhouse chic touches everywhere. The restaurant serves a mix of classic breakfast staples like Farm Eggs Benedict and Chip’s Ham Sandwich alongside more trendy picks like a lavender latte and avocado toast.
Next: Magnolia Table cookbook
2. Magnolia Table cookbook
Joanna makes no secret of her love of cooking and making meals from scratch at home. On her blog, Joanna describes the cookbook as a collection of recipes from her own kitchen, her family, and the Gaines’ new restaurant, Magnolia Table.
Next: Joanna Gaines’ design book
3. Joanna Gaines’ design book
Want to copy Joanna Gaines’ style at home? Pick up her design book and get to work.
As she explains on her blog, “It’s not about rules and special formulas. I believe it starts by simply going with your gut and telling your story. I unpack many different looks and styles in this book and give a deeper look into the design process and where to start with your space.”
Next: Magnolia Design and Construction
4. Magnolia Construction and Design
Long before the show took off, Chip and Joanna were learning the fine art of flipping houses with their construction and real estate company. They’re still running that company today and are even building new houses in Waco.
If you’re willing to move to Texas, you could conceivably have a Gaines original home — though you won’t be featured on national television.
Next: Magnolia Kids
5. Magnolia Kids
Shortly after the show ended, Joanna announced a children’s furniture and accessories line called Magnolia Kids. Considering that the Gaineses have an expanding family, it only makes sense to have kid-centric items as part of the Magnolia universe.
Next: ‘Behind the Design’ show on HGTV
6. ‘Behind the Design’ show on HGTV
Fans who can’t bear the thought of television without the Gaineses don’t need to wait long — the follow-up to Fixer Upper airs in April 2018 and gives a behind-the-scenes look at some of your favorite past episodes. It also offers design advice straight from Joanna that you can use in your own home.
Next: Magnolia Store discount outlet
7. Magnolia Store discount outlet
Bargain hunters, rejoice!
On your journey to Waco, don’t miss out on the original Magnolia Store, which Joanna reopened as a warehouse outlet. As she posted on Twitter, the little shop on Bosque Blvd will sell, “last chance items & slightly damaged products at a discount.”
Next: Hearth & Hand with Magnolia at Target
8. Hearth & Hand with Magnolia at Target
Joanna Gaines’ product line at Target premiered in November 2017 and has been going strong ever since. You can adorn your home with items personally designed or approved by Joanna herself when you shop the collection of textiles, dishware, office supplies, and gift items.
Next: The Magnolia Story and Capital Gaines
9. The Magnolia Story and Capital Gaines
Wondering about the story behind the people? Then check out either autobiographical book.
The Magnolia Story has all the details of Chip and Jo’s past, including the time she couldn’t afford to bail her husband out of jail. Capital Gaines focuses more on Chip’s crazy antics before he got famous.
Next: The Magnolia House and Hillcrest Estate
10. The Magnolia House and Hillcrest Estate
Chip and Joanna don’t take too kindly to Fixer Upper alums cashing in on their homes, but they do encourage people to stay at their personal rental properties in and around Waco. Rumor has it that bookings go quickly for both properties, so best reserve your trip well in advance.
Next: Magnolia Journal magazine
11. Magnolia Journal magazine
The Magnolia Journal is a quarterly lifestyle publication that’s meant to inspire your life and home with each new season. Even if magazines are a dying industry, if anyone can keep subscribers coming back, it’s Chip and Joanna.
Next: Magnolia Market at the Silos
12. Magnolia Market at the Silos
With a flea market, retail store, food trucks, bakery, lawn for games, and frequent events like concerts and artist showcases, Magnolia Market at the Silos is more than just a store — it’s a place you could spend an entire weekend hanging out and having fun. And people do.
Next: Rugs and pillows at Pier 1
13. Rugs and pillows at Pier 1
Unsure of which rug will make your home look the most Fixer Upper worthy? Take Joanna Gaines’ style home with you when you pick from her line of rugs and pillows available through maker Loloi and sold at Pier 1.
Next: Paint line with KILZ
14. Paint line with KILZ
Is anyone surprised that Joanna Gaines’ paint line has a color called, “Shiplap?”
Take the guesswork out of choosing a paint color by selecting one that she personally approved and added to her paint collection. It’ll go nicely with the Joanna Gaines rug from Pier 1 and all those Hearth & Hand accessories you bought at Target.
Next: Wallpaper line with York Wallcoverings
15. Wallpaper line with York Wallcoverings
Yes, people still use wallcoverings other than paint, especially when it comes from the brilliant design mind of Joanna Gaines. And they have faux shiplap wallpaper. Obviously.
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