Get Cozy With ‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond’s New Bedding Collection
Love The Pioneer Woman? Get her country comfort feel with her latest decor line!
If you’re in need of new bedding, now might be the time to pull the trigger. That’s because Ree Drummond, the star of the Food Network’s “The Pioneer Woman,” is expanding her already-popular Walmart collection of kitchen, cooking and dinnerware products to include a bedding collection.
The new line officially launches on October 4 exclusively on Walmart.com and Hayneedle.com. It will include more than 100 items, including comforters, shams, quilts, sheets and decorative pillows. According to Fox News, most of the designs will feature vibrant colors with rustic accents.
— Ree Drummond (@thepioneerwoman) September 28, 2017
Fans of the the self-described “accidental country girl” were pretty excited by the news and can’t wait to get their hands on the new products.
“Take my money now! I love your stuff!” one fan on Twitter declared.
“This is the perfect excuse to update my guest room….and my daughter’s room….and my son’s room. Basically, any room with a bed in it,” said another.
Drummond also posted a “sneak peak” of some of the bedding on Instagram:
Pioneer Woman goes back to her roots
Although Drummond, 48, made a name for herself by sharing her secrets to a picture-perfect life on a remote ranch in Oklahoma, the lifestyle star was not always so comfortable in the middle of nowhere.
A native of Oklahoma herself, Drummond traveled the country in ballet competitions as a girl. This piqued her curiosity for a world outside her small town. After high school, Drummond enrolled at University of Southern California in Los Angeles and got her first taste of big city life.
“I would describe myself during that time as extremely fun-loving and not focused at all,” she recently told People. “I just wanted non-stop action when I was young. I just wanted to go, go, go.”
But when she met and fell in love with a cowboy, Drummond moved back to Oklahoma and fully embraced the country life. After her a decade of being a housewife and homeschooling her four children, Drummond started a blog in 2006 that launched her career.
Her prolific career includes books, a new lifestyle magazine, a restaurant and retail store as well as her Walmart collection. Drummond admits she often forgets to stop and smell the roses.
“I don’t ever just stand and breathe and look at it all,” she says. “I’m just so focused on my list today. And then every now and then, I think, ‘Gosh, no wonder I’m busy. No wonder I’m tired. I need a nap!’”