We all know that feeling…You run into Target for one thing and somehow come out with a whole cart load of items. Well, if Target is your weakness, don’t even get me started on the online shop. As I refresh and organize my space for the new year, I find myself continually revisiting to stock up on affordable home decor pieces. From my living room, to the bedroom and beyond, Target seemingly has it all. Not to mention, their pieces look and feel more luxurious. Think Crate & Barrel chic on a Target budget. To help set the tone for the new year ahead, I pulled some chic Target home products that you do not want to miss out on. But be quick! As I am sure you already know, best hits from Hearth & Hand by Magnolia and Threshold by Studio McGee are quick to sell out.
Target Home Products You Need to Refresh Your Space
The living room is where you might go to throw on a movie at the end of the long day. Or perhaps it’s where you frequently entertain your guests. Needless to say, this is such an important space in the home that deserves special attention. One way to revamp a room on a budget is by incorporating a new area rug and I adore this checkered one from the Target Home section. The other home decor pieces manage to add warmth and a sense of calmness into the space which I absolutely adore.
Much like the living room, the bedroom is also imperative. Personally, I like to inject colors of relaxation into my own. Light, warm toned neutrals with muted pops of color (such as this blue throw) will invoke such feelings. Target home has a variety of fun and fresh spring arrivals. Starting with this printed bedspread which I absolutely adore.
As many say, the kitchen is where the best memories are made and I cannot agree more. Food brings people together and you want your room to give off an inviting feeling. Personally, I think a good kitchen all comes down to the little touches. From minimal dinnerware to small touches such as these oil and vinegar cruets, let your personality shine through (not to mention, they also manages to make cooking more enjoyable). Be sure to extend this same vibe over to the dining room. Cute placemats and maybe even a centerpiece of fresh flowers will make a lasting impression.
Although I know it may not be the most exciting room of all of the above, it is still recommended to treat your bathroom with care. Especially, a guest or downstairs powder room in which others are likely to use. Soft accents, like this half circle bath mat, and chic touches like this gold caddy basket will make a subtle statement.