6 Pieces From the Oh Joy! Collection at Target to Snatch Up Now

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Sad news for Oh Joy! collectors: the colorful line has just released its last home décor collection for Target. The Oh Joy! Target home décor ranges always offer unique statement pieces at affordable prices, so they will be sorely missed.

Oh Joy! is a collection by blogger and designer Joy Cho that includes baby clothing, home décor, furniture, and nursery essentials. The [fall 2017 collection](https://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=oh+joy#sortBy=newest&Nao=0&og=oh joy) features 18 home décor products and 21 furniture pieces. While Oh Joy! pieces always feature joyful prints and whimsies, this fall collection incorporates more black and solid gold than usual for the cooler days ahead.

See our favorite standouts from the very last Oh Joy! collection below.

1. Round Bar Cart ( $129.99 )

How special is this retro, round bar cart with green accents? We hear the Oh Joy! signature bar carts sell out fast, so if you're interested, be sure to snatch this one up quickly.

2. French Seam Settee ( $999.99 )

This multi-color printed settee features statement gold legs. It's an awesome personality piece for any room or hallway that needs some sprucing up.

3. Patterned Stool ( $79.99 )

Use this patterned stool with gold accents in whatever room your heart desires. It can be placed in a neutral room as a statement piece or in a space with other patterned items for a trendy mixed-print look.

4. Welted Daybed ( $899.99 )

This is not your grandma's daybed. It's a modern take on a classic with a great print — perfect for snoozing.

5. Velvet Heart Pom Pom Pillow ( $29.99 )

If you didn't know you needed a multi-colored, velvet pompom pillow in your life, now you do. We could totally see Miley Cyrus picking this one up.

6. Button Tufted Chair ( $549.99 )

This tufted chair with understated midcentury modern legs is comfortable and cute.

Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.

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