Ready to hit the reset button with your home decor? Spring is practically upon us—and with it comes a new collection of fresh home looks from the Target line Hearth & Hand with Magnolia by Chip and Joanna Gaines.
This batch of spring designs from the stars of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” show officially drops on Sunday in stores, but photos of the goods are already up online in case you’re jonesing for a preview. You’ll spy ultra-affordable finds among the 300 new items, which include bedding, furniture, garden items, lighting, throw pillows, and much more.
“These products are traditional, on point, and somewhat nostalgic in style. Plus, they’re mostly neutral, which means they’ll fit into any home’s interior and offer timeless appeal and texture—definitely farmhouse in flavor,” says Ana Cummings of the eponymous design firm.
For some help sifting through the latest in the collection, here are 10 picks to get you started. Shop for Mother’s Day, Easter, or just yourself as your reward for surviving a long winter!
1. Accent chair
Caned furniture is making a strong comeback, with several lines showing this woven detail in bar cabinets, headboards, and other pieces.
Amy Bly of Great Impressions Home Staging and Interiors recommends this wood-and-cane chair for its texture and simple style. The mesh back lends an airy feel, but the construction is solid thanks to a sturdy frame ($200).
2. Cereal bowls
Face it—your morning oatmeal could use an upgrade, and this well-priced, four-piece set of two-toned bowls is just the place to start. It comes in two other pretty shades of blue and could hold side salads or ice cream sundaes, too ($16 for the set).
3. Wheeled cart
Is it a bar cart? A rolling buffet? Or a makeshift kitchen island? This multipurpose, powder-coated steel cart is all three and more. You’ll have to assemble it, but once it’s built you’ll find that the two shelves and side racks are endlessly utile ($140).
Sea grass is a natural fiber that’ll add texture to a half-bath, bedroom, or den. Its durable substance is often seen in floor coverings, but smaller accents like a wastebasket, coaster, or tabletop chargers are another way to try this woven detail ($20).
5. Dining bench
Chair, chair, chair around your dining table is a rather snoozy look. Instead, break up this row of soldiers with a Shaker-inspired dining bench. This perch is perfect for two people and can be cozied up by adding a couple of throw pillows on the back ($200).
6. Throw pillow
Swapping out throws and accent pillows on your couch or bed is an easy, affordable way to mark a new season. This spring, try this juxtaposition of plain stripes and jaunty gold tassels ($25).
7. End table
You can’t have too many side tables in the home, and ones made from lighter-toned woods are a nice alternative to darker shades when the weather warms up.
This slender accent table fits nicely at the end of a settee or in a reading nook to hold your coffee and bookmark ($100).
8. Shower curtain
A shower curtain is one of several items that need swapping out regularly, especially when it becomes worn and musty (see also: bathmats and hand towels). This one’s not only made from stylish soft material, it’s also gently priced and it sports fun fringe along the edge ($25).
9. Faux lavender
This isn’t your granny’s fake ivy! Bringing nature into the home is hotter than ever, and the faux green choices on the market are expanding all the time.
Try this lavender pot with several others in a line on your kitchen windowsill or in a glass terrarium for a look that’ll never die ($5).
10. Area rug
This piece is everything you’re looking for in a low-key rug, including a flat pile and fringe for a bit of visual interest. Bonus: It comes in two heathered hues, oatmeal and gray ($25 and up).
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