So I’m going to preface this with the information that I make weekly Target runs on Sunday mornings.
There’s just something about grabbing a coffee from Starbucks, wandering around with my list, looking at tons of things that aren’t on my list, and enjoying the silence while the rest of the town is away at church and won’t be in the store til at least 11am.
My Sunday morning Target runs are my time to relax.
For the last few weeks, my store has been slowly filling up the Hearth and Hand with Magnolia aisles and as of this week, the shelves are stacked full of all kinds of pretties.
Hey Target, if you ever want to share a shopping spree in the home department, I’m your girl.
Now that the stores are all stocked up, I wanted to share some of my favorite pieces for each room in the house.
Minimalistic Handmade Style
Don’t think that just because it’s a line created in partnership with Chip and Joanna Gaines that it will be jam packed with only farmhouse and rustic vibes.
Sure, some of it is, but other pieces are more along the lines of minimalistic handmade styles.
I’m especially in love with the matte black dishware. It’s clean and modern, but looks like something you’d buy from a clay maker in a local downtown shop.
I’d love to hear which pieces you love, and which pieces you’ve already bought for your own home.
I know I’ll be stocking my cart on Sunday with quite a bit of them.
Have a favorite? Share them below in the comments! I’d love to know which pieces you’re interested in!
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