Joanna Gaines' Christmas Decorations Are Worthy of the North Pole

It's beginning to look a lot like a Christmas—thanks to Chip and Jo. 

Joanna Gaines' Christmas Decor Laura Cavanaugh /Getty

As of late, Joanna Gaines juggles many titles between her personal and professional life. (Mother, wife, interior designer, businesswoman, and TV personality just to name a few!) The unofficial face of Waco, Texas is truly the apple of America's eye these days. To support the opinion that Joanna can do no wrong, we believe she deserves the title of Christmas connoisseur on top of it all. If you don't believe us, check out these pictures of her holiday decor—all that seems to be missing is reindeer. 

For those of you who aren't familiar with Joanna and her husband-turned-business partner Chip Gaines, the couple is famously known as the hosts of HGTV's hit show Fixer Upper. Due to the Gaines' successful house flipping efforts throughout their current hometown of Waco, Texas, the two created Magnolia Market. 

Now the go-to tourist destination of Waco, Magnolia Market is your chance to check out all of Joanna's interior design magic for yourself—and this year she has decked the halls. 

Merry Christmas from the Silos! @magnolia #christmasatthesilos

A post shared by Joanna Stevens Gaines (@joannagaines) on Dec 2, 2017 at 7:15pm PST

Who needs the holiday charm of fresh snowfall when you have rustic silos lit from head to toe? Pictures like these give Joanna and Chip superfans two options—book a flight to experience Magnolia Market for ourselves or attempt to recreate Joanna's style in our own homes.

Check out this inside glimpse of the Gaines' holiday tree! How precious is 7-year-old, Emmie Gaines taking after her mom's designer ways? Not to mention Joanna's touching Instagram caption that will pull at your heartstrings. 

Did I mention the Gaines' also have a quarterly lifestyle magazine called Magnolia Journal? You can get all things Chip and Joanna delivered to your front door—which brings me to my final reason why Joanna Gaines owns Christmas. Check out the stunning cover of Magnolia Journal's winter issue. If that isn't enough proof "Jojo" is the queen of all things winter wonderland, I don't know what is.