My Favorite Spring Home Decor from Target

A few weeks ago, I visited Target for the first time in a while. I didn’t really shop there during January and then I completely avoided it during February (to steer clear of temptation during Frugal February). Holy smokes, I was amazed when I hit up the home aisles. I wanted to buy absolutely everything. I know Target has been on point with their home stuff the last few years, but this was next level GOOD!

I shared a glimpse into my shopping experience on Insta Stories (you can see it under the “shopping tips” highlight if you want to view it now), but I also thought it would be fun to share in a blog post! Because I obviously can’t scoop up all of these amazing finds for my own home, I’m hoping you guys can buy some of these gems for your spaces! Tray and bowl in front entryway

I did end up buying this tray for our fireplace area and I’m in love! The muted color, the round shape, the quality…it’s winning on all accounts. I’m confident I’ll be using this tray all throughout our home for years to come.

Spring Home Decor from Target – My Top Picks

After seeing all of these items together, I realized that a lot of them are from the Project 62 collection. The soft muted colors and natural elements really spoke to me and I think most of their line can work in any home. I’ll also include some tips on where you can style my top picks below, just in case you need some inspiration on where to display these awesome items.

Outdoor Club Chair

This outdoor collection was definitely my favorite. The light wood finish and creamy cushions are a classic look! They also have a couch, love seat, and coffee table in this collection.

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Striped Umbrella

Last summer, Bridget was on the hunt for a black and white striped umbrella for her patio makeover. This one would have been perfect! I’d scoop this up now before it’s gone.

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Terrazzo Tray

This cute terrazzo tray would look adorable next to a kitchen sink to store your soap dispenser and scrub brush. A quality piece for an affordable price!

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Faux Eucalyptus Stems

Both Bridget and I have these faux eucalyptus stems throughout our homes. They look surprisingly real and add a touch of greenery without the maintenance. I use the longer stems for tall vases and these ones for shorter vases.

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Upholstered Pouf

This upholstered pouf is too cute. Use it as a leg rest in your living room, or tuck it under a console table and bring it out when you need extra seating. Such a good modern accent.

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Wood Table Lamp

Oh em gee….this table lamp is everything! I want to scoop one up immediately to put on a side table in a living room or as a cute accent on a desk. It would add so much warmth to any room.

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Diamond Outdoor Rug

I’m all about using an outdoor rug to ground a space and I usually try to find cute ones that don’t break the bank. This one fits the bill and it looks like it can withstand lots of wear and tear outside.

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14×7 Wood Frame

This item makes the list because it’s a frame in such an unusual size…long and narrow. I think this would come in handy in plenty of spots around your house. Lean it in the back of a bookcase, hang it with another frame above it next to a nightstand, and more.

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Tropical Doormat

This doormat gives me hope that there are hot & sunny days ahead! I always like to update my doormat in the spring (after the snow and salt is officially gone), and this tropical one is perfection.

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Outdoor Egg Chair

If I had the outdoor space for it, I would totally buy this killer chair! It makes such a statement while looking super comfortable.

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spring home decor from Target

Have you shopped the spring home decor from Target lately? I’m telling ya, their stuff is so good these days. It’s almost deadly to go in there because you know you’re about to drop at least 50 bucks…


The Year of Casey

Hey there!

I’m Casey Finn, the voice behind The DIY Playbook. I’m married to Finn & mom to Rory and Ellis. Together we’re creating our dream home in Chicago, one DIY project at a time.