As temps continue to drop, cozier environments beckon and home becomes a top priority. It's a delight to nest inside and find new ways to enjoy the indoors. If you're looking to spruce up your home we have great news for you: Joanna Gaines' latest Hearth & Hand with Magnolia collection recently dropped, and it's full of homey pieces that you're sure to love.
The latest release has hundreds of new items including kitchenware, furniture and bath accessories, but we can't help but love the affordable home decor pieces in Joanna's signature modern-farmhouse aesthetic. Perhaps the best part? Prices start at just $7, and every single item in our top picks is under $20, so you can snag multiple pieces without breaking the bank. Keep reading to see all 11 of our favorite home decor pieces and shop the entire new collection here.
Made with all-natural fibers, this medium-pile mat will scrape away dirt and mud off shoes before they enter your home. It has a non-slip backing to keep it in place and it comes in two different sizes.
This ribbed-glass vase comes in three different sizes and looks just as good on its own or as part of an ensemble grouping. Leave them empty or fill them with your favorite flowers to add a pop of color.
Who knew storage bins could be so cute? This woven rattan bin has cutout handles on the sides, making it easy to carry, and it’s simple design will add some rustic-chic to just about any spot in your home.
Achieve maximum hygge with this cozy gingham throw. The soft fabric feels great against your skin, while the cute fringe ends adds interest and texture. Even better, it's machine-washable and -dryable.
Add interest to any surface with this gorgeous tray. The rectangular shape provides ample space to hold just about anything you want. Use it on your desk to hold paperwork or use it to hold your keys and wallet in your entryway.
Israeli forces have killed a Palestinian man in a flashpoint city in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry says, marking the latest bloodshed in spiralling violence that comes as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits the region.The Israeli military had no immediate comment.
A former top cop will head the crackdown on sex traffickers using the migration system to exploit vulnerable foreign workers.Former Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon will target criminal organisations abusing the system, calling allegations of sex trafficking through migration schemes "concerning".
The Perrottet government has committed $173 million to extend a school tutoring program launched during the pandemic, saying tutoring could become "business as usual" for NSW students.The announcement came on the same day as NSW Labor pledged $400 million to creating a permanent literacy and numeracy tutoring scheme for students, under its Education Future Fund.
The federal opposition leader will meet with the Indigenous voice referendum working group after he called for more details on the plan.Peter Dutton has not yet said whether he would support enshrining an Indigenous voice to parliament in the constitution while his Nationals colleagues have come out against it.
The specialised police unit that included the five Memphis officers involved in the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols has been disbanded as protests continue across the United States following the release of harrowing video of the attack.The department said in a statement on Saturday it was permanently deactivating the Scorpion unit after the police chief spoke with members of Nichols' family, community leaders and other officers.
ShutterstockWe know everything in our homes gathers dust. What you probably don’t know is whether there are toxic contaminants in your house dust, and where these might come from. Our newly published research found most of the dust inside homes came from outside and contains potentially toxic trace metals such as lead, arsenic and chromium. Worryingly, we found some contaminants can accumulate at higher concentrations inside homes than outside. This happened in homes with certain characteristics
A woman has denied embellishing her evidence against former Australian Test cricketer Stuart MacGill, telling a court he was the main antagonist in a dispute resulting in her and her ex-fiance being told to leave a Sydney pub.MacGill, 51, is accused of stalking and verbally intimidating Samantha Ford while walking down Sydney's Kent Street and then later at the Captain Cook Hotel around 6pm on February 1, 2022.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has fired the chairman of his ruling Conservative Party Sunday over a "serious breach" of the ministerial code.Pressure had been building on Nadhim Zahawi amid allegations he settled a multimillion-dollar unpaid tax bill while he was in charge of the country's Treasury.
Getty ImagesWe’ve built our cities to be vulnerable to – and exacerbate – major weather events such as the one we saw in Auckland on Friday. While almost no city in the world could fully escape the effects of four months’ worth of rain in 24 hours, there are many things that could have been done to avoid some of the worst impacts. Buildings, streets and car parks are all impermeable surfaces. When it rains, the water rushes off these surfaces and into gutters. From the gutters, the water drains
The largest intake of junior doctors in Queensland history will form the base of an increase in frontline health workers across the state, the premier says.More than 830 junior doctors are to be deployed across 20 health facilities, aiming to improve access to care in rural, regional and metropolitan hospitals.
A chronic shortage of bus drivers across Sydney has left commuters with reduced services across the city's bus network.In the week students return to school, Transport for NSW has cut services saying it is is dealing with "an unprecedented bus driver shortage" and timetables have been reduced "rather than cancelling services ad hoc".
New Zealand's death toll from heavy rain has risen to four as flash floods and landslides on the north island continued for a third day.Battered since Friday, Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, remained under a state of emergency.
Eight people have been shot dead and another three injured in a mass shooting at a birthday party in South Africa's Eastern Cape province.The incident occurred between on Sunday afternoon at a house in Kwazakele, Gqeberha, when two gunmen shot at guests gathered for a birthday party, the South African Police Service (SAPS) said.
COVID-19 remains a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organisation says, designating the disease its highest form of alert.The pandemic was likely at a "transition point" that continues to need careful management to "mitigate the potential negative consequences", the agency said on Monday.