Whenever I visit Target it’s important for me to get in and out as quickly as possible in order to avoid giving them all of my money. They have so many cute things for the home but most of them are too expensive. Yes, I really am that cheap. Target is too high-falutin for my sensibilities. This is a good time to note that Target is certainly not paying me to write this post (though, hey, Target, if you want to sponsor my blog feel free to give me a holla. You can pay me in gift cards). I feel like their Threshold line is specifically designed for people who read and write home decor blogs. So much great stuff! It’s still pricier than my favorite store–the Goodwill, but there are some seriously cute finds for under $25.
Those towels remind me of these much pricier ones I have from Anthropologie. I’ve also got that gray bath rug and I am totally coveting that blue fuzzy throw as well as pretty much everything else pictured above. I’m not totally buying the “quality” part of the brand description–it’s all definitely mass produced overseas. I noticed that they’re marketing a lot of stuff as brass that’s actually just painted aluminum and most pieces with moving parts (like soap pumps) or anything with a decorative finish (like mercury glass) have really poor reviews. Stick to simple materials like wood, fabric, ceramic, and clear glass or decorative whatnots that won’t see a lot of wear and you should be good.
I hope you each had a wonderful weekend! Nick is off from work all this week but I am out working hard for the money right up to Turkey Day. The tables have turned! It should be interesting to see what condition the house is in when I get home!