Leave it to Chip and Joanna Gaines to take camping classics — divided paper plates, enamel campfire mugs, that ratty blanket you throw down before a picnic (we all have one) — and make them so rustic-chic you're tempted to throw out everything in your kitchen cabinets and use these babies full-time. After all, it's summertime. Who needs a dining room table when you've got a backyard and an excuse to blow your paycheck at Target?!
These designs are all part of Chip and Jo's latest collection for Target, under their Hearth & Hand line, and they're in stores now. Which means you're just a few clicks away from being ready to host your first grill out of the summer.
Of COURSE Jo's line features a , but why opt for something bulky when you can use a roomy carryall that can double as a weekender bag for those Saturday road trips that don't require you to pack a three-course meal? We've heard people go on those, too, though no judgment if you're always toting a footlong and a cheese platter.
This isn't a regular camping plate and mug; it's a cool camping plate and mug. The divided plate's perfect for cookouts, so your baked beans don't creep into the potato salad, and with an enamel coating, it'll last you all summer long — for years to come.
What's old is awesome again, especially when it comes to retro-fabulous coolers like this one. The divided top lets you organize drinks (perhaps boozy and nonalcoholic?) and it has the vintage look without the creaky, rusty wheels that often come along with older finds. Win-win.
Fact: The games that actually get played are the ones you regularly see. With this painted set (each mallet features a different pattern!), you'll want to put this caddy on display — and challenge each other to a round or two whenever the mood strikes.
Pastel ceramic riffs on grocery-store berry baskets have been popular for years, but the Gaineses totally refreshed the trend with this matte, sleek-lined take. It's cool, not cutesy.
What does summer smell like at the Gaineses' farm? Why, a soothing blend of citrus and musky amber, of course. This soy candle burns up to 56 hours — and it's half the price of the ones she sells at the Silos in Waco, TX.
This ain't your grandmomma's Tupperware — and it sure as heck isn't those old tubs of Country Crock she used to clean out and repurpose to hold leftovers. This matte black set is modern, with clear lids so you can easily see what's inside.
We're all about a burger press that applauds you for a job well done well before you've even tossed the patties on the grill. This cheeky imprint will make everyone smile — even the people who'd really prefer theirs medium rare, thanks.