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Behold Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Most Adorable Fall Decor—All Under $50

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Chip and Joanna Gaines are right on cue.

Just as temperatures start to cool and your mind may wander toward all things autumnal, the duo behind the HGTV hit “Fixer Upper” and the Magnolia Network have released a new line of fall decor.

And the best part? The items are all surprisingly affordable, with many well under $50.

Special touches for your kitchen, living room, and beyond abound in warm tones including amber, terra cotta and soft gray. And, as an added bonus, the fall collection for 2022 features what’s known as a “maker’s mark”—a special stamp of quality, typically placed on furniture and decorative pieces, to commemorate who crafted the piece.

The Gaines’ mark consists of a delicate laurel leaf, along with the year of their company’s founding, 2003.

Look for Joanna’s special stamp on her new fall collection.

Magnolia Network

Here are some of their top items to consider to freshen up your home for fall.

Velvet pillow

Soft sage complements most color schemes


Nothing says autumn quite like velvet. And a lumbar pillow is just the shape you need for propping up in bed or tucking behind you while watching “Severance.” This pick comes in two other pretty neutrals—desert and wheat—and it’s made from 100% cotton velvet ($48).

Marble bookends

A regal material corrals all of your tomes.


When was the last time you upgraded your bookends? We thought so. These beige marble pieces are smooth and speckled and would look smart on an end table shelf or atop a fireplace mantel ($28).

Brass trivet

Protect your surfaces with this attractive piece.


Burnished metals like copper and brass show up all over Chip and Jo’s new fall collection, including this adorable trivet. Crafted with a magnolia flower in the middle (of course!), the petite piece is perfect for holding a hot casserole or a potted plant on your kitchen counter ($16).

Tea towel

Whimsical fringe is the crowning touch.


The company’s maker’s mark, designed by Gaines’ in-house team in Waco, TX, is on full display on this soft tea towel. Crafted from 100% cotton, the accent is as utile as it is attractive ($16).

Bud vase

Pop a fall hydrangea in this sweet vessel.


An amber glass bud vase offers a warm glow on your sideboard or coffee table. We also love that it comes in two sizes—tall and short—so you can create an interesting grouping in your living room (from $14).

Ceramic pitcher

Hand glazing offers an old-fashioned patina.


The color is French gray, which frankly says it all. Classic in shape and elegant in shade, this pitcher can hold lemonade for your cookout or sunflowers on the dining room table ($30).

Strainer spoon

Teal is a stunning fall shade that brightens the home.


At last, a wide-mouthed strainer spoon that’s the functional piece you’ve been searching for. Of course you can stir with it, but you can also scoop out dumplings you’re boiling or pieces of fish from chowder that have sunk to the bottom of the pot ($18).

Brass and copper scoop

This scoop is made from stainless steel and finished with copper.


That crummy, dented measuring cup you’ve been using to portion out flour and dog food has got to go—pronto. Replace it with this well-priced, pretty brass and copper scoop and you’ll thank us later ($28).

Mini cutting board

This serving board is the perfect size for a small dinner party.


Fancy cheese boards and charcuterie are all the rage, which means picking up this mini serving board is a no-brainer. Arranged your goodies atop this mango wood board which comes in two handle choices, rounded and long ($18).

Copper colander

Wide handles make gripping easy.


This three-quart colander is ideal for small tasks, like rinsing apples or using as a fruit bowl (it’s that beautiful!). Made from copper and brass, this pick is a worthy addition to your kitchen drawer and much better than the plastic one you’re still holding on to from your college days ($22).

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