Since I’ve been home from my trip to Texas, I’ve shared all about Magnolia Table Restaurant and our visit to the Silos at Magnolia Market. But, you may wonder what else there is to see in Waco, Texas. So, today, I thought I would share two must see spots for your visit to Waco, Texas.
First, if you love farmhouse style, you must take time to visit The Findery! The Findery is within walking distance of the Silos and is full of vintage finds, reproductions, farmhouse decor – all creatively and beautifully displayed! The Findery address is 501 S. 8th Street, Waco. This gorgeous mural is painted on the wall adjacent to the entrance.
Here are a few shots I captured at The Findery. I loved the mix of vintage finds styled with reproduction pieces.
This vintage sign caught my eye and if I had room in my suitcase for it, it would have come home with me!!!
I loved the lines of this old table!
The other place to visit is Harp Design Co. Harp Design Co. is located at 808 N. 15th Street, Waco, TX, just a short drive from The Silos.
If you watch Fixer Upper, you know that Harp Design Co. is the shop and showroom of Clint Harp, known for his custom designs created for JoAnna. At the showroom, you will find some larger pieces of furniture, as well as, smaller home decor items made by Clint and Kelly, his wife. Everything is styled so beautifully! Check out the paper bird garland in the showroom windows above! I loved those for spring!
Check out those chunky wood slab chargers on this pretty Mother’s Day tablescape!
The last place I am going to recommend is a short drive outside of Waco in the town of McGregor, TX, – Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast. You can’t go inside, but it was fun to see this beautiful destination in person after seeing the transformation on Fixer Upper! When we stopped the Texas sun was so bright and it was hard to capture the real beauty of this charming vacation home.
Magnolia House and Hillcrest Estate are both Magnolia properties where you can stay while visiting Waco! You can see more about both properties HERE.
We stayed outside of Austin and Waco was about a 2 hour drive. But, we also wanted to visit San Antonio, so Austin was central to both San Antonio and Waco. If you are just going to Waco, stay in or near Waco. We may be heading back in the fall and will definitely stay in Waco. And, there are several Home Away homes that were former Fixer Upper homes seen on TV that you can rent for your visit!
I could have gone on and on with this post because there is a lot to do in Waco and that is why we’d like to go back! If you are planning a visit and would like more information that I didn’t include here on the blog, just leave a comment and I’ll email you!
Read about my visit to Magnolia Table Restaurant – HERE.
Read about my visit to the Silos at Magnolia Market – HERE.