Have you ever walked into a Target to get one thing and walked out with an entire cart full? *sheepishly raises hand.* And it doesn’t matter if my cart is real or virtual, I always leave with more than I went in for. It’s impossible not to. And while I love their non-toxic cleaning line and their healthy groceries brand, it’s their cheap home décor section that has me hooked thanks to their incredible collaborations.
Who else is obsessed with the Hearth & Hand With Magnolia line or the modern Threshold x Studio McGee collaboration? And I just found out they’re releasing a limited edition Levi’s collection later this month, too!
It’s safe to say, Target is killing it right now in the design department. And the best part? It’s all affordable. So, if you’re looking to refresh your home for spring, then keep reading for our favorite cheap home décor from Target that looks expensive but is under $100. You’re welcome.
When was the last time you cleaned out your glass cupboard? I did it last weekend and let me tell you, I had so many random cups that we just don’t use anymore or were chipped. So we chucked or donated them and have plans to replace them with cups we want to drink out of like these leather versions. They’re so chic.
Earthenware has definitely made a comeback this year and we’re not mad about it. These cups will elevate your morning coffee (or coffee alternative) ritual.
One of the best ways to transform a rental (besides painting it) is to switch out your lights. We did it in the dining room of our Los Angeles rental and it was a total gamechanger. This one is a steal at $100.
Even if you aren’t planning a dinner party any time soon (oh, how we cannot wait for that day!), you can choose to turn every sit-down meal into an elevated occasion simply by upgrading your setting. We have similar placemats to these hyacinth ones and we use them at every meal. It’s the little things.
Your fruit basket just got an upgrade.
Use this to serve a charcuterie for two on the weekend, just because!
It’s a cutting board, a cheese board, and a decorative object for $13.99. I don’t see any reason not to buy this!
If you want to add some visual interest to a space, consider these decorative wood balls. They look great in a bowl on a mantel or coffee table, or on the bookshelf among your most treasured pieces.
I’m obsessed with vintage vessels and this stoneware vase really captures that patina and shape with a modern twist.
Always think about scale when you approach the design of a room. By varying the heights of each piece you naturally create a visual escape for the viewer as their eyes are forced to dance across the room. Floor lamps help to break up the monotony while providing that warm glow we all cherish.
If you loved Camille’s neutral living room then you’ll these throw pillows from Hearth & Hand. The organic indigo stripe gives it a subtle beachy feel, too.
I’ve never seen a marble side table this pretty for $100. It’s a steal. Use it in your home office or next to your sofa and we guarantee it’ll make you happier just looking at it.
Threshold Decorative Wood Bowl
We love vintage dough bowls but finding the right size and quality isn’t always easy. Display this piece on your bookshelf or use it for keys at the entryway, or keep it on the kitchen counter to house all your pens and papers.
We added a lot of Studio McGee’s Threshold collab in this article because quite honestly, we were just so dang impressed by the entire collection. This stunning table lamp is a classic and don’t even get us started on the price.
This would look so beautiful in a kid’s bedroom or warm up your home office, well, really anywhere.
Sometimes updating your space can be as simple as switching out your table lamps. Experiment with different bulbs or lampshades too. How the light shines through the shade makes all the difference to the room, impacting the overall mood.
The devil is in the details especially when it comes to design. Often, it’s the small changes like swapping out your curtain holdbacks or changing your drawer knobs that can elevate a room instantly—and it’s also the cheapest!
We’ve had a thing for rattan lately and this lamp is really going to bring it home.
Okay, I know, it’s another basket, but can you blame us? This open weave is just too chic not to include in our round-up and it’s only $18. I can see this being a storage solution but also a chic farmer’s market carry bag. Who wouldn’t want to see veggies and flowers spilling out of this beauty?
Have you noticed any cool décor pieces at Target lately? Share the link with us below.