As anyone who’s set out to do a quick Target run only to emerge with a full cart knows, it’s good to have a plan when you enter Tarjay. And though we can’t necessarily provide a physical roadmap to guide you down the aisles, a few recommendations from some of the most trusted names in the home department’s corner may be just as valuable. From Joanna Gaines to Jungalow’s Justina Blakeney, the design pros have rounded up the best new fall décor from Target to create a cozy space.
The 25 fall pieces selected below may belong to different aesthetics—Opalhouse tends to be more bohemian, while Threshold opts for classic minimalism—but every knit blanket, cream-colored pumpkin, and brass accent lamp achieves the same welcoming, warm effect. Below, we break down their budget-friendly picks for a designer-approved fall home makeover. Once you’ve completed the finishing touches, host your group for the coziest gathering of the season.
One of our go-to’s when it comes to timeless updates, Target-owned Threshold features classic, easy accents for an instant fall feel—all under $50.
Threshold Designed With Studio McGee
With Studio McGee founder Shea McGee on board, the Threshold collection just introduced over 250 new items brimming with classic autumnal warmth.
Hearth & Hand With Magnolia
Target’s partnership with Chip and Joanna Gaines continues to deliver must-have home items. Read on for Joanna’s favorites from Hearth & Hand with Magnolia‘s new fall collection.
Opalhouse Designed With Jungalow
Target’s bold brand reaches peak bohemian perfection with its Justina Blakeney collaboration. Opalhouse designed with Jungalow‘s latest launch features over 140 fresh fall finds—almost all priced under $30. We break down Blakeney’s five favorites.
Project 62‘s accessible modern aesthetic offers a mid-century spin on seasonal design. The Target brand’s new fall drop covers everything from accent pieces to eye-catching furniture.
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