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This article originally appeared on Real Simple

While Fixer Upper fans have been in mourning over recent news that the show is ending (sigh), we're pleased to announce that there is indeed a silver lining. While setting up the Magnolia Home showroom at High Point Market in North Carolina, Joanna Gaines gave us a sneak peek of some new pieces that we cannot wait to snag.

She snapped some pictures on her stories, which have unfortunately disappeared after 24 hours, but she did leave us with a few more permanent (and stunning) pictures on her actual feed.

From rugs and wall coverings to pillows and furniture, there's no shortage of items you'll want to outfit your home in. While we don't know exactly when you'll be able to buy the new items in stores, according to Joanna's feed (@joannagaines), retailers can start purchasing Magnolia Home sometime in mid-October.

Below, Joanna perfectly sums up how we feel about all these new pieces.

It's safe to say we'd gladly move into the showroom with these must-have farmhouse décor pieces.

To feed your Gaines' furniture obsession in the meantime, you can shop the Magnolia Home collection at Pier 1 here and you can head to Target to peruse the new Hearth & Hand collection.

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And if that's not enough for you, Joanna is also releasing a cookbook, too. There's nothing this family can't do!