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Do you love shopping at Target? How about Amazon? I am a huge fan. Easy ordering, fast, free shipping and with Target, you can return unwanted items to a store.
Here are some things I’ve ordered from Target this year for the house.
This ceiling light is in the playroom. It is adorable and I love the diffuser on the bottom of the light.
B loves dogs and he loves this sweet bull dog lamp that is in his bedroom.
I have 4 of these fabric bins in the laundry room to hold hats for the kids and some laundry supplies.
These adorable pillows are in the family room. I love the pom pom detail!
LOVE these frames!!!! I used them to frame the 3 watercolor prints of the 3 white houses in the dining room. They are also available in a silver color if gold isn’t your thing 😉
We have 3 of these stools in the kitchen– they have passed the child test in this house. They are comfy, easy to clean and when they have served their time here I won’t feel bad about trashing them because of the price!
I talked about all the rugs we purchased from Target this year in this post. As I’ve said before, these rugs are beautiful, affordable and can be returned to the store if they color scheme/design doesn’t work for you!
This year, I have purchased…
1- lights for the kids bathroom
2- towel and toilet paper holders for the kids’ bathroom and our bathroom
3- the best felt rug pad ever
4- pillow covers
5- lights for the playroom built-is (they have yet to be installed but I’m hoping that will get done in 2018!)
6- pine cone battery operated string lights (love these!!!)
7- pack of oil rubbed bronze hooks for our bathroom
8- knobs for our dressing room doors
9- large desk calendar that I have hanging in the laundry room that keeps track of 5 humans
10- scrubby thing that I’m hoping will win my battle with grass stains on white baseball pants
You can find all of these on this list I created on Amazon…
I am all about stretching the dollar and looking for the best bargain but not sacrificing style and quality. The items I’ve purchased this year from Target and Amazon fit the bill.
I’m off to Ikea today to look for some frames for the kids’ artwork that I will be hanging in the playroom and hopefully some storage bins for the built-ins in the playroom also. I’ll be posting how I hang frames on a wall with the least amount of nail holes possible and how I like to mix and match frames to create a meaningful gallery wall in a space.