We love Target — oh boy, do we ever. Only problem is, we can never seem to get out of there without spending a minimum of, like, $50? We decided to scour the racks and we found these all-around fantastic items — each for less than $10. Now the only issue is ... can you buy just one?
Even if pumpkin isn't your thing (but really, it should be), this burgundy ceramic candle holder is the perfect cold-weather touch.
Chip & Jo: You know our weak spot. And it's classic textiles for only a few bucks.
This vase can be more "design object" without flowers; otherwise, it allows you to create an artistic arrangement.
Lighting: It's one of those things that will absolutely destroy your bank account. Unless, that is, you fake it with a few of these modern pendants.
These white napkins are so versatile — with lighter colors, they bring summer vibes; paired with warmer textures, they become holiday-friendly.
Didn't know we needed a cool paper towel holder until we saw this. SOLD.
One of our fave sneaky decor moves? Spying on kids' collections for chic pieces. Exhibit A: This textured basket from Target's kids' line, Pillowfort.
You had us at Chrissy.
Ain't no shame in faux plants.
Your bedside table is missing this fetching wood accent.
Here's a great basic that will work in pretty much any room.
And don't forget the shade — this neutral number suits so many styles.
Fool all your friends and tell them you got this at a quirky Williamsburg decor shop no one has heard of yet.
This cheap chambray mitt looks way more fancy than its price tag.
There's something kinda Scandi-chic about these simple cork coasters.
Same goes for this streamlined decanter.
"Corn boat" might seem like an oddly specific example of serveware, but we'd gladly use these for any noshable ... or jewelry storage, lipstick displays, entryway catchalls ...
Upgrade your mismatched Tupperware with a few of these colorful glass food containers.
FYI: The black-and-white bathroom trend is here to stay. This hand towel would make a lovely addition.
Wow. This soap dish is kinda mesmerizing.
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