Tuesday Feb 14 2017
Made famous by HGTV’s Fixer Upper power couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines, Magnolia Market at the Silos, in Waco, TX, has become a huge shopping destination. It’s no wonder, either. Between the show’s charm, the couple’s charisma, and the inspiring creativity, such style is made to feel obtainable. Plus, the silo backdrop alone is unique and something to see!
Good news! You don’t have to book an airline ticket to get such inspiration. The hugely popular farmhouse trend the show and couple are so well known for is fully stocked right here in Gardner Village at CF Home.
And the shop is even located in an equally awesome atmosphere—Utah’s historic Gardner Mill, which was built by Archibald Gardner in 1877 as a flour mill in West Jordan, Utah.
The property’s rich industrial history can be found incorporated throughout CF Home and the attached Archibald’s Restaurant. Maintaining the building’s historical integrity and sharing it with those who visit has always been a priority for the family who owns Gardner Village.
Like Magnolia Market, you’ll find many staged areas throughout CF Home, offering ample design and decorating inspiration you can apply in your own home. Can I just move in here and spend my time in this sitting area? It’s so gorgeous!
You’ll even find a bit of Magnolia. CF proudly carries gorgeous Magnolia brand rugs in many sizes and prints. This is just a sampling of what's in store.
And, because it’s worth repeating, such a memorable shopping/dining experience is right here in Utah! If you haven’t been in for a while. you’ll definitely want to tour the inside and see all of the breathtaking remodeling that has happened. Finishing touches continue to be added to the entire mill area, giving you even more reason to visit this magical bit of Utah's history.
And visit often! New goodies are brought in all the time, including plenty of that farmhouse charm. Oh, sure, you’ll find other looks as well, so don’t let a “that’s not for me” mentality keep you from stopping by.
I don’t know what it is, but there’s something so cool about walking through an old building and imagining what it must have been like there those many years ago. How many have stood in the very spot you’re standing? The stories these walls could tell. Plus, buying local, when given the opportunity, is always a plus.
Even if you’re not looking to buy at the moment, this is a great time to stop in and get decorating ideas. Spring is just around the corner. (What does that old Puxatony Phil know, anyway?) The sun is shining, The Village grounds are gorgeous, and the latest home trends are ready to help get you thinking spring!