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Target Neutral Home Favorites

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Maybe I fell victim to all the #Targethome find rabbit holes but I can’t help but feel like the chain has really picked up their home decor game. I have been super impressed with all the home finds I have come across lately, (way more than usual), and so today I am sharing some of my recent favorites.

Target has always been a favorite, and before pandemic life, I could easily get lost for hours perusing aisles for cart worthy pieces. To date, I still haven’t stepped foot in a store since sometime early last year (crazy right?!), but I have been super grateful for contactless store pickup when I couldn’t wait for items to be delivered.

That being said, I have found myself shopping more than I need of the latest winter and spring home decor pieces. I have a long time love for all the great pieces from the casual contemporary Threshold and boho Opalhouse lines like this tufted ottoman or adorable framed linen canvas.

But lately I have particularly been drawn to the simple minimal pieces from Hearth & Hand like this cane accent table and decorative ladder. And I know I am not the only one gushing over all things Studio McGee. This sherpa accent chair for example, looks so much more luxe than it’s price tag, and the line has so many solid winners in smaller decorative pieces. Seriously, so many good finds!

As a neutral lover (clearly evident in my home decor choices), I appreciate all of the options featuring my favorite creamy tones, blonde wood accents and lighter rustic touches. Target is for sure getting all my money lately. Tell me I’m not the only one! 🙂



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  1. This is an amazing round up for target home finds! Target has been seriously killin it in their home decor section and I always want everything!

    Xo, Steph

  2. I know where I am going shopping next time I want to redecorate anything. These are such great finds and the color schematic works for a lot of homes.

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