Your favorite HGTV star just released a paint collection. The new line of colors is called Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines Exterior Paint. (Psst! We bet you don’t know these things about the Fixer Upper star).With 150 colors, all of which were selected by Gaines herself, the line is available in flat, satin or semi-gloss sheens. The 150 colors include those featured in Gaines’ 25-color Market Collection. All the colors combine paint and primer properties to create a flawless finish along with protection from harsh elements so they won’t peel, crack or blister.
“This new collection of exterior paints was a natural addition to what the Magnolia Home paint line is all about: Simplifying what can often feel like an overwhelming decision when choosing the right paint for your home,” Gaines said in a press release. “Rather than an extensive collection with too many options, I’ve curated a selection of timeless, quality colors to help ease the process of choosing paint—for both indoors and out.”
Joanna Gaines’ Standout Colors
The colors are representative of the farmhouse-chic look fans of Gaines have come to know and love. Colors range from warm reds and oranges to cool blues and greens, along with bold purples and more muted beiges and grays. Some standout shades include:
- A creamy, weathered white called—you guessed it—Shiplap.
- Silos District, a deep, inky blue that would be perfect for siding.
- A bright red with flame orange notes called Hopscotch that will bring new life to a vintage piece of furniture or make your front door pop with color.
- If you’re feeling bold, Blackboard is a dark black with hints of deep blue—a good color for freshening up those exterior window shutters.
How Much Does Joanna Gaines’ Paint Cost?
With coverage of up to 400 sq. ft. per gallon, the paint is a low-VOC, low-odor product that sells for $40 to $50 per gallon.