Magnolia Market Waco: Christmas Installation

Y’all, look at this beautiful display behind the check out at the Magnolia Market Waco!  It is inspired by snowflakes; each one created with pine tree needles on a faux snow back drop. Basically, a reminder of our uniqueness, and the beauty that can be found in all things.

Joanna Gaines has done it again with the latest 2019 Christmas installation at Magnolia Market Waco. From handmade installations to inspiring visual merchandising, there is so much attention to detail and creativity. Let’s take a look inside Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas.

The entrance of Magnolia Market includes real pine trees and piles of faux snow.

This is the first thing that you see when you walk into Magnolia Market Waco… a snowy winter scene reminding us to ‘seek beauty in all things.’

 

 

Nature Inspired Elements at Magnolia Market Waco

Pinecones and holly berry are made from paper and displayed in the kitchen area at Magnolia Market. I think the installations encourage us to take our time while visiting the store… to slow down and be sure to look all around. It is more than a shopping experience.  For example, it is a place to gain inspiration and find beauty in every season.

How cool is the ‘snow covered’ board that spells ‘noel?’ Again, the attention to detail by the visual team is incredible. Love the layered cutting boards that add warmth to this space, too.

Shelf styling using cutting boards, pine trees, marble accessories in Magnolia Market Waco.

A beautiful mix of wood tones, marble accessories and winter greenery,

 

 

Merry Mantles at Magnolia Market Waco

The mantles are permanent displays at Magnolia Market, but each season they are styled differently. Next to each mantle, is a set of built in shelves that showcase the newest products of the season.  Don’t worry, everything is available online, too.

When does the Magnolia Journal come out? 

If you didn’t know, the Magnolia Market goes through four changes each year.   The new installations coincide with the release of the Magnolia Journal magazine, which comes out in February, May, August and November of each year. This quarter, the theme is “the thrill of hope” with Joanna Gaines on the cover.

 

Christmas Ornaments

What would Christmas be without ornaments on the tree?  Magnolia Market has a variety of ornaments to represent traditional holiday memories, farmhouse Christmas and of course, everything at the Silos.  You can find them online, here. Stacks of gift wrapped boxes with ornaments are used in the displays.

 

More Magnolia Market News

If you missed the Fall 2019 installation at Magnolia Market Waco, check it out here. Furthermore, I took a rooftop tour last fall, read about it here and visited Magnolia Table for the first time, read about that here.

Christmas at the Silos is happening two weekends in December this year!  The dates are December 6-7 and December 13-14, 2019. There will be pop up vendors, concerts, Santa Clause for pictures, and new this year will be ice skating! I can’t wait to see how they transform the lawn into an ice skating rink.

The new coffee shop, Magnolia Press, opened in mid-October during Silobration weekend, as well. My kids and I took an afternoon to grab coffee and relax on the lawn at the Silos.  Visiting Magnolia Market during the events is exciting.  However, as a local, I love to visit when the tourists are few.

Thank you for stopping by the Cuter Tudor Blog!  It has been wonderful to live in Waco, and witness the changes happening at Magnolia Market.  Most importantly, there has been so much positive energy and growth in our city related to Chip and Joanna Gaines, Fixer Upper and the Silos.

1 Comment

  1. Sarah Dodson

    November 7, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    It’s always so creative there!!!

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