Design inspiration truly is everywhere. Including pizza boxes, Ikea receipts, and — in this latest instance — photo evidence of a sleepless night spent tending blownout diapers and a restless baby. Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines d an image on Instagram on Sunday of the realities of parenting, and she was immediately flooded with comments. Many people related to the photo, which showed baby blankets, wipes, and changing supplies strewn on the floor, after Joanna spent a late night up with her infant son, Crew. But even more wanted to know where they, too, could buy the rug half-hidden under the blankets, the rustic wooden dresser, and even the tangle of blankets themselves.
That's the Joanna Gaines effect: Even her 'mess' makes people want to make over their homes. As more than 3,000 comments poured in, Joanna updated her post, tagging the brands and sharing on Instagram Stories where people could buy everything. Some items are from her own lines and collaborations — including a rug from her upcoming Laine collection with Loloi, which doesn't hit the market until December — and the rest are a mix of major-store finds and gems from small businesses nationwide.
Here's a breakdown of where to find it all, along with recommendations of where to snag similar items, for the antiques and to-be-released finds.
The Rug: Loloi's Laine Collection
If you can hold out a few months, you can snag an exact replica of Joanna's design when she launches her . If you don't need an exact match — you're not planning on replicating the Gaineses' home to a T and assuming Jo's identity or anything, right?! — keep an eye out for ivory tufted geometric rugs. These finds won't let you down:
The Dresser: Chairish
Bad news: If you want that exact dresser Joanna has, you're going to have to do a lot of flea market and internet scouring. It's a vintage, mid-century modern find she scored from Chairish, an online marketplace for chic hand-me-downs. You can , and try Emily Henderson's trick for finding hidden gems on Craigslist — a simple typo could be all that's standing between you and your dream dresser.
Vintage shopping isn't for everyone. If you hate to wait, you can find some great, dark wood mid-century modern designs at , , and .
The Changing Basket: Anthropologie
Turns out, Joanna can't resist Anthro, just like the rest of us. The low basket on top of the dresser appears to be the in taupe.
Reva Changing Basket, $70; Anthropologie
The Rocker: Charlie Crane
If you've been following Joanna's posts, you've seen this bouncer's been a hit just about every time it's posted — sparking back orders across several sites. is the official U.S. distributor of Charlie Crane's Levo Baby Bouncer, but if you can't get it there, you can also try Smallable.
Charlie Crane Levo Baby Bouncer, $251; smallable.com
The Wall Art: Antique
Joanna picked up this giant framed print at the in Texas, which — FYI! — is coming up this Oct. 1-6, in case you're hoping to score a few vintage finds. (Or you could hit up the best-reviewed flea market in your state.)
One Instagram follower said she believed the photo was of the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul. Another suggested taking a favorite landscape photo to Staples, getting an engineering print in sepia tones, to achieve a similar look.
The Rocking Chair: Joybird
While Joanna only revealed that the rocker's from Joybird, a closer look at the arms confirms it's the brand's Collins style. In walnut wood, we're guessing.
Collins Rocking Chair, $749 (normally $999); joybird.com
Joanna's team confirmed the paint color on the walls is from her own line — — and Joanna listed the brands for the swaddles and blankets on the floor. We tried to find the closest match, but don't let that limit you.
Joanna will be revealing even more details on how she designed her nursery in the fall issue of .
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