As if we needed another reason to look forward to summer... One of our absolute favorite stores (Target, obvs) just announced that one of our absolute favorite brands (Chip + Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand with Magnolia, of course) is getting a summer update, with over 40 new items being added to the collection.


It's time to break out your buffalo plaid picnic blankets and celebrate, mamas! ☀️⛱️😍

With everything from outdoor tablewear + decor to grilling tools, the collection features everything you need to step up your summer entertaining game—all designed in Chip + Jo's signature modern farmhouse aesthetic and chock full of gorgeous gingham, stripes, and natural materials.

Summer in style, mamas. Let's get shopping!

Gingham Napkins, Set of 4, $9.99

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Buri Table Runner, $24.99

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Steel Beverage Dispenser + Wire Stand, $34.99

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Enamel Kids Divided Plate + Cup, $12.99

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Chips + Playing Cards Poker Set, $29.99

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Striped Seagrass Tote, $44.99

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Gingham Check Serving Trays, Set of 3, $6.99

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Centennial Rolling Cooler, $139.99

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Melamine Stripe Dip Bowls, Set of 3, $5.99

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Metal Wood Fire Food Basket, $7.99

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Plaid Picnic Blanket, $34.99

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Grilling Tools, $12.99

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Better Than Linen Gingham Guest Towel, $5.99

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Croquet Set with Cart, $99.99

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