Joanna Gaines thoughtfully designs each piece of the Magnolia Home Furniture line with family, aesthetic, and practicality in mind. Her approach to design marries function and utility with the perfect level of relaxed sophistication.

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Locally owned studio featuring locally hand made everyday jewelry that elevates your style. Effortless chic. Located just blocks from the Magnolia Market, Summer Ellis Bijouterie is where Joanna found much of her jewelry worn on the show. Closed Sunday. Facebook

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Unique boutiques under one roof, offering a selection of gifts, cards, clothing, accessories and more. Long time local favorite with two floors of eclectic shops and wonderful café. The café serves fabulous lunches and desserts. Closed Sunday and Monday.  

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Head over to Spice Village – a long time local favorite. Located in a 1908 warehouse building in downtown Waco, Spice houses over 80 individual shops in a fun atmosphere. You’ll recognize many from Joanna Gaines’ televised shopping adventures. Spice is collection of shops that has everything you need to add a little or a lot of zest to…

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Magnolia Market and its famous landmark silos occupy two city blocks in downtown Waco. Owned by HGTV “Fixer Upper” stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, the store offers items in Joanna’s unique style. Admission to the complex is free. Visitors can play free games on the lawn or picnic in the shade. The shops and grounds…

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Shop the Shoppes! Over 8 showrooms, 50 vendors, and 15,000 square feet to shop featuring ever-changing merchandise. One of the most unique and original malls in Central Texas. Closed Monday. Facebook

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Specializing in custom metal art designs from wall art and home decor to custom projects and everything in between, JDH Iron Designs is your one-stop shop for your metal design project needs. Visit Jimmy Don Holmes’ store and shop. You are likely to find some of the great signs seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper or have them…

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The Jubilee Food Market opened fall 2016 as a non-profit grocery store created by Mission Waco to serve North Waco lower-income neighbors in a food desert. Urban R.E.A.P (“renewable energy & agriculture project”) is an aquaponics greenhouse, a solar demonstration site & training components for sustainability. The Jubilee Food Market was funded in part through…

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