Do you ever go through a crazy experience and then afterwards the whole thing feels kinda surreal? That’s pretty much how I feel about my trip to the Silobration with KILZ. It came and went in a blink of an eye and I’m still trying to absorb everything that happened. The entire experience was absolutely AMAZING and even better than I had imagined it would be. In fact, I wish I could push rewind and do it all over again. Unfortunately, rewinding time isn’t my super power, so I’ll just have to settle on sharing 3,810 photos with you guys and chatting about everything that happened! I have so much to share, so let’s hop to it. First up is the KILZ booth–which was set up like a mini greenhouse overflowing with colorful cans of the Magnolia Home Paint.
Doesn’t it all look so great?! The KILZ team did a fantastic job with everything. Any visitors that dropped by were welcomed to pick up a brush and paint their own terra-cotta pot with the Magnolia Home Paint, which includes interior, exterior, trim, cabinetry, and of course chalk style paint. It was such a fun and creative way for folks to play with the paint and get a feel for how it applies.
It was so much fun to spend time at the KILZ greenhouse. So many people came by to paint a pot or just chat about the Magnolia Home Paint line. And I even had the chance to meet several LVN readers, which was absolutely amazing. Then to top it all off, I got to spend time with a few of my favorite bloggers, who were also there with KILZ. It was a dream come true!
Then of course I had to spend a little time in Magnolia Market and it was just as beautiful as I remember from my last visit. In fact, I think it was even better this time. Everything was styled so perfectly in the store and it really feels like walking into a decor-lovers Disneyland. I was lucky enough to be there right before they closed for the night, so I was able to snap a few photos when it wasn’t crowded with people!
Seriously, every last detail is perfect, right? The store is absolutely gorgeous and I could seriously walk around in there for hours–I get so much inspiration from every display. And the entire place has this really calming and relaxing feel to it. I mean, even with a zillion people walking around it still has a very peaceful, uplifting vibe which I know probably sounds crazy. It’s hard to describe, but even my husband mentioned feeling the same thing.
Even with pouring rain coming down for half of the trip, I still had the most amazing experience at the Silobration with KILZ. It was the kind of trip that I wish could have lasted another day or two, because I really wasn’t ready for it to come to an end. Not only was the KILZ team incredible, but so were the other bloggers that I was fortunate to be there with. Everyone was so kind and sweet, it just couldn’t have been better.
And best of all, I feel so inspired and encouraged after this experience. On Friday night, Joanna Gaines was speaking about her journey over the last 15 years and she mentioned how Magnolia started as a small dream back in 2003 when she opened her first shop. She talked about the struggles, the fact that they had no money, and how hard it was at times. But she kept working towards her dream and now things are bigger than anything she imagined. And in my opinion, that’s what Magnolia Market is all about–dreaming big dreams and saying yes, even when you’re unsure of the path ahead. Truly, anything in life is possible if you’re willing to put the time and work into it!
Thank you again to the amazing people at KILZ for taking me on this adventure to the Silobration. I am truly so grateful. xo