I’m sharing home decor I saw in Waco, Texas.
It has been a goal to go to Waco, Texas, and see ALL the things, Magnolia.
- The Silos
- Magnolia Marketplace
- See Joanna and Chip Gaines
- Tour the Cottonland Castle
I did all those things and captured the most beautiful photos of gorgeous home decor I saw in Waco, Texas.
And I want to share them with you.
Plus, I stayed at a beautiful Airbnb that was the cutest you ever saw!
I share a few photos of this amazing home so you can swoon just like I did when I stayed there.
So, that is what I’m going to start with.
My 100 Year Old Home Airbnb
I mean, check this out!
I am linking the blog where you will find so many gorgeous photos of this home.
It is called “My 100 Year Old Home.”
Leslie Saeta has an eye for decor.
Staying in this beautiful home was a dream come true.
If you’re ever in Waco, TX, and want a place to stay, you can find the info on her blog to book a stay.
I have so many more photos I took, but how many can you handle at one time?
My favorite part of staying in this 100 year old home was the decor.
Leslie perfectly displayed fall leaves and pillows that made this home cozy and inviting.
Some of the photos I took were strictly for the love of home decorating.
I mean, check out these old chippy dressers.
Such inspiration. And to see it in real life was breathtaking.
Sitting on either end of this 100 year old home was a beautiful view.
This home was cozy and I loved my time there.
Beautiful Photos at Magnolia
To me, home decor is not just what’s on the inside of a home but what it looks like on the outside is just as extraordinary.
Like the “Old Church” in the middle of Magnolia. It was epic.
The inside is to behold. I share footage of the exquisite pews in the YouTube video below. Swoon!
The mahogany wood floors and pews are idyllic.
Want a place for a wedding? This is it, for sure!
Magnolia Press has amazing coffee! It was a highlight of my time there to grab some delicious coffee in a beautiful place.
But let me tell you, my love for home decor was rewarded at every turn.
The cabinets, flooring, and windows were an inspiration and beautiful to look at.
No joke! Even the bathrooms had a cozy vintage vibe. I share a video of the bathroom. I know it’s silly, but I love how they’re designed.
I have a YouTube video sharing home decor I found at Magnolia Market. It was an experience! Here is a link to that video, here.
And then this happened.
I saw Joanna Gaines in real life!
The resolution of this photo isn’t the greatest, but it was a beautiful moment!
Another monumental moment was to see the home decor of this castle.
It is stunning! Exquisite!
Words and photos can’t capture the experience of walking inside each of the rooms of this castle.
If I were to tell you what was my favorite, it was the mahogany wood.
These photos were quickly taken as the tour guide led us through the castle.
But it gives you an idea of what it looked like.
I’m standing in front of the huge front door, just to give you an idea how big it is!
The Cottonwood Castle Kitchen
So many of us that saw this kitchen were blown away.
It is massive!
One of the stories is that Joanna bought the island for $95, then refinished it and put a marble slab on top. Now, that’s an amazing DIY!
The built-in china cabinet was prestigious, and the design on the doors gave it a modern look while still staying with the era.
Here is another view of the main kitchen.
It has a simple design with the undermount sink.
I love the idea how the marble is continuous as a backsplash then a shelf put on top. A great idea!
The castle was built in the early 1900s.
For being an old home, I think Joanna put a lot of emphasis on making it feel cozy and inviting.
Not stuffy but lived in.
Many of us could see ourselves living there. It was that incredible!
Cottonwood Castle Bathroom
There is a wet room with a beautiful clawfoot tub alongside a shower enclosed with glass.
If ever there was a dream that my heart desired, its to have a clawfoot tub.
And this one has a presence, especially being placed in the turret of the castle.
How dreamy is that?
The windows are exquisite. I love how deep they are.
You could sit on the window sill of most of the windows in this home.
Cottonwood Castle Pantry
Who knew there was such a thing as a pantry like this?
There’s an oven and a sink.
Look at that fireplace!
This is where Joanna took her cover photo for her magazine in front of this fireplace.
I love the idea of hanging dried herbs on rods.
And the glass jars on the shelf (in photo above) holding confectionary goods and pasta were an inspiration for home organization.
The windows in this pantry are amazing!
I hope the home decor I saw in Waco, Texas inspired you as it did me.
Waco Texas! You rocked it!
This will be a place I’d love to come and visit again.
For home decor inspiration from my blog, Victorian Lane Farms, go here.
Thanks for coming by Victorian Lane Farms.