Prepare your bank account — Target’s fall home decor is here, and you’re going to want everything
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Target’s fall home decor is here, and no surprise, I want everything. The pumpkins, candles and extra cozy throws hit the retailer a couple of weeks ago, but now that Labor Day has come and gone, we can finally turn our full attention to all things fall.
Stanley 40oz Stainless Steel H2.0 Flowstate Quencher Tumbler – Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia
You can go to your local Target to see the fall decor on display, or you can shop the wider selection online. But I should warn you — shopping online is a lot like shopping in store. You may go online thinking you know what you want, but you’ll probably end up buying a lot more. And with so much good stuff, I don’t blame you.
Prepare your bank account and take a look below at a few sure-to-be top sellers from the new fall collection to get you started.
Full disclosure: This isn’t new this month. But this summer, Hearth & Hand with Magnolia collaborated with Stanley on a few new fall-appropriate colors for its iconic tumbler. The newer colors include brown, navy, dark green, taupe, white and a light green.
You can never have enough pumpkin decor. Grab this pretty glass pumpkin for Halloween and Thanksgiving festivities. It’s not too spooky or Halloween-specific, so you really can keep it out all season long.
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