Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection just dropped – here's all the hits

The new Hearth & Hand spring collection has landed.

A split image showing Joanna Gaines and some of the new Hearth & Hand spring collection at Target
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With the holiday season completed, you might feel stuck on how to decorate your home in the winter. Fortunately, this time of year is an excellent time to shop for seasonal items that work well in the winter but transition easily into spring. 

When it comes to seasonal decor, we always look forward to seeing what Joanna Gaines has designed for the coming season, so I was excited to see what she's curated for the Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Target collection. This is especially true for the spring, since this fresher decor often feels inspired by Gaines’ homestead rituals like gardening, cooking, and refreshing decor. 

It might feel a little too early for full-fledged spring decor, but this recent collection has many items that work well for winter yet look forwards to spring. From kitchen and tabletop decor to furniture and organizational pieces, these my favorite items from the Hearth & Hand With Magnolia spring collection. 

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Spring Collection at Target

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The Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Target collection has everything you need to refresh and rejuvenate your space.  

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Spring Kitchen Decor

It's early in the year, but Joanna's collection features some of the best kitchen decor I've seen so far. Whether you’re looking to spruce up your functional items (such as dish drying racks) or want to add some new canisters to your countertop display, the new spring collection has everything you need for a seasonal refresh. 

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Spring Tabletop Decor

When I want to give our space a seasonal refresh but I'm not quite sure where to start, I always look toward tabletops. Whether you want to freshen things up with new kitchen linens, are looking for accent decor that can really elevate the area, or just need some warmer lighting, these Hearth & Hand new arrivals have you covered. 

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Furniture

While Hearth & Hand with Magnolia decor is good for a quick home refresh, we also adore the collection’s more permanent furniture. The spring collection features several new furniture styles that we have our eye on, including coffee tables, accent chairs, and smaller pieces like plant stands, too. 

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Organizers

If you’re feeling the itch to organize in the new year, Magnolia’s Target collection has several items to help support your efforts in a stylish and design-forward way. From towel racks to wall hooks, the new spring collection features pieces that allow you to maximize your space and curate corners that serve as both functional and stylish aspects of the home. 

Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Plants

It’s hard to decorate for spring without mentioning plants and blooms, as these are some of the easiest and most impactful ways to decorate for the season. If you don’t have a Gaines’ green thumb, don’t worry. The Hearth & Hand With Magnolia collection features plenty of faux foliage that can make an impact in your space without the upkeep. 

Hearth & Hand with Magnolia FAQ

Are Magnolia and Hearth & Hand the same?

The two collections aren't the same, but they're both designed by Joanna Gaines, so they're very similar. Magnolia is Joanna's own brand, but Hearth & Hand is a Target exclusive, so you won't find these new designs anywhere else. 

While I love these pieces, this collection is far from the only way to refresh your space as we look towards the warmer months. We've covered dozens of spring decor ideas, but for a look similar to Joanna's, consider out thoughts on the best ways to incorporate farmhouse spring decor

Jessie Quinn
Contributing editor

Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.