Wish you could have your home made over by Chip and Joanna Gaines, the Scotts from “Property Brothers,” or some other reality TV star you adore? You can—in a small way at least—by buying from their home decor lines, which have been well stocked just in time for the holidays.
In addition to hosting their TV shows, many reality stars have branched into designing and selling their own furnishings, available both at established chains like Target and at smaller boutique shops.
So as you tune in to watch your fave reality stars making over spaces large and small on-screen, you can also add to your cart a slew of designer pieces for the home. Here are some top picks.
Chip and Joanna Gaines
Chip and Jo keep churning out fan favorites for their crazy successful Target brand, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia—with plenty of holiday cheer in the mix.
Their latest line includes more than 100 pieces, so you can stock up on cute pinecone sets and faux spruce twigs for your Christmas mantel, or choose to splurge on a new set of red-and-white stoneware dishes to brighten the table.
Add to cart: Sweet faux pines won’t drop a single needle—and these come in their own galvanized planter, making them an excellent deal (at $5 and up).
The Property Brothers
The famous design brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott of “Property Brothers” are the names behind Scott Living at Kohl’s, a wide-ranging home line that’s divided into two distinct collections: Oasis (soft, muted tones) and Luxe (bright colors and metallics).
The hundreds of affordable items feature the brothers’ signature airy, contemporary style in throw pillows, bedding, carpets, towels, and more.
Add to cart: Window drapes are often an afterthought, but don’t let this detail slide. We love these machine-washable blackout geometric panels with oversized grommets.They come in three chic shades—écru, gray, and teal ($48).
Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak Hawk are the mother-daughter pair behind HGTV’s “Good Bones,” and they’ve recently debuted an adorable home decor line at a shop in their hometown of Indianapolis.
Called Two Chicks District Co., the boutique collection skews country chic, with soft, brushed-cotton throws, tasseled pillows, table runners, flatware, and stemless glasses that match the duo’s simple style.
Add to cart: Who doesn’t need a small end table in the house, especially one in sturdy bronze metal that’s attractive and well made?
Tuck this cutie neatly into a slot by a settee or between twin beds in a guest room ($89).
The designer Jasmine Roth is the genius mind behind two hit HGTV shows, “Hidden Potential” and “Help! I Wrecked My House.”
Her media success naturally led to an eponymous home line, with all the stylish looks she uses to transform bland suburban homes into cozy, personalized nests.
If you’re seeking a boho vibe, look no further than Roth’s macramé-woven stools, abstract wall prints, and unusual bar carts.
Add to cart: This natural rattan chair is a great example of the line’s casual aesthetic and textural focus. It could also work well around a formal dining table ($198).
Leanne Ford‘s hand is all over her home town of Pittsburgh, where she and her brother, Steve Ford, have been rehabbing funky homes on the HGTV show “Restored by the Fords” for years.
As if that weren’t enough, Leanne also launched Leanne Ford Design at Crate & Barrel last year. Her more than a hundred items include woven pieces from Indonesia and ceramics made in Portugal.
Add to cart: This cozy, comfy jute runner sports a playful fringe and a thick nap that’s soft underfoot. Place this in a hall or by the kitchen sink ($229).
Nate Berkus is a busy bee! In addition to hosting “Nate & Jeremiah by Design” and “Nate and Jeremiah: Save My House” with his work and life partner Jeremiah Brent, he has many lines of home goods and textiles.
For a taste of his sensibility, head to Target’s Project 62, which focuses on wavy-lined boho sheets, textured coverlets, and faux-fur and leather accent pillows.
Add to cart: Upgrade the look of your bed with this pillowcase and duvet cover set made from 100% cotton ($69 and up).
If you’re a DIY type, Jeff Lewis is your go-to guy. He’s a house flipper on Bravo TV’s “Flipping Out,” so he knows his way around both demolition and renovation, which translates perfectly into his line at The Home Depot.
Check out his flooring, base trim, and edgy tile designs, and then plan your home rehab today.
Add to cart: This gorgeous polished marble tile, in variegated gray and cream, features a timeless chevron pattern that’s lovely on bathroom or foyer floors ($18).