Do you need more farmhouse chic in your life — but on a budget? I mean, who doesn’t love shiplap? The thing is, Magnolia Market home decor can be a little spendy. I’m going to show you how and where to shop for the best of Joanna Gaines’ trademark style.

Magnolia products are the most expensive on Joanna Gaines’ very own website, MagnoliaMarket.com. So unless you’re planning a trip to the actual Magnolia Market (please take me with you), don’t buy direct.

When you download the KCL app, you can get updates as Magnolia products go on clearance at Target and other stores.

 

1. Look for Target Magnolia sales on home decor for up to 70% savings.

Shopping Target Magnolia products can save you big. Don’t pass up the 50% off clearance items online. I’ve seen kitchen and home decor items for as little as $4.27. In store, clearance items are scattered around different areas (near the Magnolia home section, stationery, and home goods), so make sure you look around these end caps in your store. It may not all be in one place.

Know that Magnolia clearance items will likely sell out quickly and vary from store to store. At participating Target stores like mine, you can find Magnolia items marked for clearance in November each year.

 

Here are some deals I’ve seen pop up in the past:

Buy 1 Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Love Sign (reg. $8.99) $4.49, clearance price
Use RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Final Price: $4.27
Buy 1 Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Backpack Gray (reg. $44.99) $22.49, clearance price
Use RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Final Price: $21.37
Buy 1 Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Accordion File (reg. $22.99) $6.88, clearance price
In store only
Use RedCard for 5% off
Final Price: $4.53

 

2. Buy Magnolia cookbooks on sale at Walmart and Amazon to save $14 – $20 each.

Check out these deals on the Magnolia cookbooks from Amazon in March 2021:

 

If you’re interested in her home decor book, I’ve found:

 

3. Save time and money by matching Magnolia paint at Home Depot.


Magnolia paint can be a little pricey. One hack I’ve learned about interior painting (my personal favorite) is using samples of the original paint to make your own. Home Depot carries expensive brands like Magnolia. Take the color card you like from the Magnolia display and have the paint center use Magnolia’s color formula to concoct an exact paint match in a different brand for a fraction of the price.

My second hack is that some brands, like Behr’s for example, have eerily similar colors to popular brands like Magnolia. For example, if you like the color of Magnolia’s “Gatherings” paint ($45), you can buy a gallon of Behr’s “Coliseum Marble” for $42.98 at Home Depot. That’s a $2.02 savings.

Plus, Magnolia takes 14 to 21 business days to ship (with $10.95 shipping), while Home Depot can get me my paint in a few days with $7.99 shipping (or free if the total’s over $45).

 

4. Buy Magnolia home pillows at Target and save at least 50% or more.

If you love Magnolia pillows, Target has an abundant selection of Hearth and Hand Magnolia pillows.

Since Joanna Gaines’ Hearth and Hand line is sold at Target, the designs of pillows, rugs, and throws are unique. Although they aren’t exact replicas of what’s offered on MagnoliaMarket.com, saving 58% is well worth it (at least in my opinion).

Check out these prices in March 2021:

Buy 1 Delilah Pillow $48, regular price at MagnoliaMarket.com
$10.95 shipping fee
Final Price: $58.95
Buy 1 Stripe Throw Pillow 18″ x 18″ Hearth & Hand $19.99 regular price at Target.comUse RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Final Price: $18.99

 

5. Choose Target over Amazon for Magnolia serving accessories.


Amazon carries Magnolia candles, home decorations, books, and kitchenware — and if you’re a Prime member you can tack on free two-day shipping to your order. But contrary to belief, I’ve seen vastly different prices on Amazon than from those at Target — even for duplicate items.

This is why it’s good to pay attention to how much prices can fluctuate on Amazon — so remember to check Target.com and confirm where you’ll get the better deal.

In March 2021, I found identical sugar and cream stoneware sets for sale, but Amazon was charging 151% more than Target.com’s prices. For example:

Buy 1 Hearth and Hand with Magnolia Stoneware Sugar Cellar Cream regular price $16.80 on Amazon
Online only
Free shipping for Prime members
Final Price: $16.80
Buy 1 Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Stoneware Sugar Cellar Cream $5.99, regular price on Target.com
Use RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Final Price: $5.69

Another example of Amazon overcharging for simple Magnolia store items:

Buy 1 Stoneware Honey Pot with Acacia Wood Dipper and Lid – Hearth & Hand $9.99, regular price at Target.com
Use RedCard for 5% off
Use RedCard for free shipping or free shipping on orders of $35+
Or free store pickup or “Drive Up”
Final Price: $9.49

That’s a 55% discount — or $11.86 savings.

5 Ways to Get Magnolia Market Products at a Discount