There are few places in this world that make me feel as happy as I do in the home decor aisles of Target. You can find everything you could ever need—from affordable throw pillows to on-trend furniture to the exact small accent pieces you didn’t even know you needed until you saw them. The core four Target brands within the home section—Threshold, Opalhouse, Hearth & Hand, and Project 62—all bring something different to the table.
No matter what your interior design style may be, you can find something at Target that you are guaranteed to love. Looking for the perfect Mid-Century Modern chair? Project 62. Want a textured rug that will fulfill your boho girl dreams? Opalhouse. The unique styles allow for a cohesive look in any room, and I am consistently wowed by every new drop.
Keep reading to find out which Target home decor brand you should shop, based on your design style:
If your style is classic, warm, and timeless: Threshold and Threshold designed with Studio McGee
Threshold (and Threshold’s collection designed with Studio McGee) is perfect for those who love the English Farmhouse style, are grounded by classic and timeless pieces, and are lusting after that countryside cottage vibe. This line is full of neutrals and muted tones, faux greenery, and furniture that will never go out of style.
If your style is boho, eclectic, and globally-inspired: Opalhouse
Opalhouse perfectly blends bohemian with eclectic, in a very tasteful way. This line is rooted in warm colors, but also accented by jewel tones like emerald green and deep blues. If you’re looking for anything rattan, wicker, or bamboo, Opalhouse is for you. You can also find fun pieces like tiger figurines, more floor poufs than you could ever need, and the statement throw pillows of our dreams.
If your style is minimal, farmhouse, and rooted in texture: Hearth & Hand by Magnolia
You probably already know the style of Chip and Joanna Gaines: modern farmhouse, but in a chic way. The Hearth & Hand collection is full of texture—including everything from ceramic stoneware to wood to linen. If you are in search of upgraded kitchenware, accent pieces to bring a room together, or the best candles around, you might want to check this line out.
If your style is Mid-Century Modern and sleek: Project 62
Project 62 is chocked full of stunning Mid-Century Modern furniture that looks far more expensive than it actually is. Everything is very sleek, with clean lines and neutral colors that fit in any room. This line also has a ton of options when it comes to textures, including everything from rattan to metal tones to a wide variety of beautiful wood finishes.