Ree Drummond's New Summer Décor Line Is Here and You'll Want Everything

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Ree Drummond's New Summer Décor Line Is Here and You'll Want Everything

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Just in time for warmer weather, The Pioneer Woman is unveiling her latest batch of cheerful, ranch-ready home décor, and it's safe to say she's outdone herself once again.

It feels like just yesterday that we were ooh-ing and ahh-ing over Ree Drummond's spring line of home and porch decorations at Walmart, so it's lucky for us that there's even more to shop—just in time for summer. Think: vintage watering cans, gingham garlands, and even painted floral resin boots! Let's take a look, shall we?

First up is the stunning vintage rose white watering can (also available in a red splatter pattern). It's hard not to play favorites with this beauty around. Crafted from metal and decorated with lovely florals, this accessory can be used to water your indoor and outdoor plants—or simply serve as eye candy anywhere in your home. Beauty and practicality for the win.

For the fashionistas out there, the new floral resin boots are worth checking out. These red, white, and blue boots are perfect for the Fourth of July, and they can transform into a colorful centerpiece in an instant: Just add sunflowers.

There's so much more to love in the new collection: porch signs and welcome signs galore, not to mention two different woven baskets (one features a blue-and-white liner; the other is decorated with vintage florals). It also doesn't get much cuter than the new chalkboard menu and star-shaped garlands. And have you seen that bright red truck sign?

The only problem will be narrowing down your favorite pieces. With so many delightful decorations to choose from, you've got quite the challenge ahead!

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