Bet You Can't Find the Hidden Gems From Target in These 6 Design-Savvy Spaces

A vintage living room with bold colors
credit: Melodrama

There's a reason everyone jokes about how much money they inadvertently spend once they enter Target: That's because it's so true. Need toothpaste? You'll wind up leaving the store with about six throw pillows, a faux fiddle leaf fig, and at least two new picture frames you never knew you needed. But don't feel bad about your weakness for the big box retailer — you're not alone. We've spied with our little eyes at least six design-savvy spaces that have beautifully incorporated Target finds into their homes, too. Scroll on to see if you can spot them.

1. Natural Texture

A rattan bar cart from Target
credit: Love Vividly

This boho-inspired bar cart belonging to Marianela from Love Vividly may look like a vintage find, but it's brand spanking new. And with two tiers, you'll have plenty of room to play bartender, plus the woven rattan design is perfectly on-trend.

2. Industrial Elements

Interior designer Emily Henderson gave this all-white kitchen some industrial flair with these black swivel barstools. The counter seating adds a hint of contrast without distracting from the overall design.

3. Farmhouse Chic

We love the way that Angela from Angela Marie Made combined her DIY creations with a couple of gems from Target. The brass accents add just a hint of glam to her cozy, rustic living room retreat.

4. Bohemian Charm

It seems this round, brass-edged wall mirror is quite popular. And when you see it hanging above the fireplace in Melissa from The Inspired Room's casual boho pad, it's easy to see why.

5. Vibrant Midcentury

A vintage living room with bold colors
credit: Melodrama

Brighten up every square inch of your midcentury living room with this three-arm floor lamp. It walks a fine line between vintage and modern — and the brass finish is a picture-perfect fit for Krys from Melodrama's Palm Springs-inspired space.

6. Serene Washroom

This bathroom might feel high-end, but thanks to Elsie from A Beautiful Mess' ingenuity, it was actually quite budget friendly. She gave this freestanding bathtub a facelift with a little paint and surrounded it with plush, textured towels and a lush faux fiddle leaf fig to round out the calming vibe.

Jamie Wiebe

Jamie Wiebe

Jamie is a freelance writer based in Denver, Colorado, who writes about real estate and interior design.