“Window” Shopping

Raise your hand if you like Target.

Raise your hand if you love Target.

Raise your hand if you could spend hours in Target (and probably have).

Raise your hand if every time you go you find a countless number of things you want need.

“I KNOW!” (insert Monica Gellar voice here, please)

Seriously? EVERY. time. Blast you, Target.

On Thursday afternoons, I have a wonderful college girl come watch my girls so I can have some time for myself to do whatever I need/want to do. It’s such a blessing. Highly recommend it. Anyways, I found myself in Target shopping for my daughter’s birthday. I promptly found gifts for her and of course had to meander around the back endcaps to check out the clearance stuff.

Come on, you know what I’m talking about – those addictive little spots with their red tags. LOVE them. I showed great restraint today and was feeling very victorious. However, at the end of the aisle, I came to THE spot that always gets me. I don’t know what it’s called technically, but for the sake of this conversation, we’re going to call it: “The spot that makes you want to redo your house every other month”. Know what I’m talking about? NO? Let me show you a few pictures I snapped…

Target mirror, tray and bird
Love the trellis patterns on the mirror and wooden tray. The tray is much more orange in this photo than in person. It’s more of a coral color. I am kicking myself for not buying that yellow bird…it’s a bank! I don’t think it was supposed to be sitting there. It would be fun to keep on the kitchen counter for a rainy day fund.

Target clock
The clock is fun, but I LOVE those vases! They are handblown glass and wouldn’t they look fantastic grouped together with stems of orange or yellow flowers?! Drool.

Target accent table
These accent tables are really fun. They are quite small, so I pictured using it as a plant stand. They would add a fun industrial feel to some of our more traditional spaces.

Threshold Throw
This is super soft and I love the houndstooth pattern. It’s classic and really a neutral with the black and white. I’ll take two.

How cute are these canisters with their little birdie tops? Oh the things you could put in them.

Chevron Tote
I’m glad chevron seems to be sticking around. Me likey.

Blue accent table
My oldest saw this table last time we were at Target together and said, “Mom, you should get this for your room”. She’s so smart. Train ’em young.

What have you seen at Target recently you would love to take home with you?

5 thoughts on ““Window” Shopping

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