When it comes to home decor, we trust Joanna Gaines with our life. Whether we're flipping through Magnolia Journal or watching Fixer Upper re-runs, we inevitably add something with her name on it to our home wish list (and Pinterest boards, for that matter). So when she blogged about her all-time favorite candle, we took notice.
If you've spent some time at Magnolia Market, or browsing their website, you'll probably recognize the candle: it's the Magnolia Signature Candle in Linen. In a recent newsletter, Gaines shared the story of where the candles came from, and why they remind her of a special time in her life.
Gaines first spotted the candles in New York City's Bryant Park, long before Fixer Upper made her and Chip household names. She was drawn to the candlemaker's homemade scents and crackling wooden wick, and placed an order for 50 candles – which back then, was somewhat of a risk.
The candles were a hit, and she's sold them ever since. It's safe to say her current orders are much larger, considering the candles can be found online and in Magnolia Market. They come in linen, which Gaines wrote reminds her of "those early home show days where all of this got started," and greenhouse, with seasonal options like pumpkin popping up from time to time too.
Magnolia Signature Candle, $28
In her newsletter, Gaines announced the candles now come in a new, bigger size — 26 ounces, compared to the standard 11, with three wicks instead of one. Both candles are available now on the Magnolia website.
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