I use to spend all my free time watching shows like Say Yes to the Dress. Soon after I got married the next season of life kicked in and I find myself watching HGTV frequently.
I have recently become obsessed with one of their newer shows, Fixer Upper. There are so many things that I love about the show and the fact that it is filmed in Texas is the cherry on top.
The show follows a husband and wife duo, Chip and Joanna Gaines, as they transform their own farmhouse and other homes in the Waco area. The team makes miraculous transformations and have a fresh industrial-farmhouse style.
This weekend my husband offered to take me to Waco to visit their store, The Magnolia Market, and see one of their homes. I was thrilled about our random road trip to Waco to spend the day.
The market was a small space filled with Joanna's industrial-farmhouse style from head to toe. I was able to snag the last shirt they had in stock with a cute little goat on the front. I love the way that Joanna incorporates a lot of greenery when she styles the homes on the show so I purchased two artificial spring wreaths and a few faux succulents.
While we were in Waco we drove around and found a few of the houses that were featured on the show in the Castle Heights area.
When I got home I was not sure what I was going to do with the two wreaths. Sunday after church we stopped by JoAnn's and I found a cute frame with chicken wire on it and thought they would look cute over it. I snagged two and painted them later that night and tied the wreath in front of it. It is simple but I am very happy with how they turned out.