I know I posted some photos on my blog last week from my trip to Waco and the Magnolia House. But my time was limited and I wanted to really share my experiences with you now that I am home and have more time.
I arrived in Waco on Monday night and rather than head straight to my hotel I just had to drive by the Silos! My GPS said the detour was only 1.3 miles so it was well worth it. As I drove up 4th street I saw the silos right away. They were bigger than I expected and the land area was huge. Magnolia Market was closing so all I did was take this picture from my car.
The store has a front and back room and you can see in the photos all of the cool vintage tables and containers used to display everything. I literally wandered around for an hour before I put anything in my bag. I guess I wanted to just take it all in. It was mesmerizing. And that "industrial farmhouse" look is just gorgeous. In the back room Joanna Gaines' new rug and paint lines are also on display!
After shopping I headed outside to the food trucks for lunch. I decided to forego my diet and eat from Cheddar Box, the adorable grilled cheese food truck. I ordered the fresh pumpkin, gouda and sage grilled sandwich and it was delicious. Certainly not the food you would expect from a food truck. It was amazing.
After lunch we headed down the street to a cute Vintage shopping store called The Findery. It's a two-story brick building with loads of merchandise. Don't laugh, but I spent the entire time imagining how I would convert it in to an art studio downstairs and an apartment upstairs. Just dreaming ...
More insider scoop on the Magnolia Market and Silos tomorrow. The Bakery and Garden Store are to die for!
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