It feels unoriginal to admit this, but I relate to every Target meme I've ever seen. The store is seriously dangerous for my wallet — I have three stores within 10 minutes of my apartment, and I visit at least once a week to walk the aisles and see what's new. The last time I went to a Target store, I didn't get a cart in the hopes that it'd stop me from buying anything I didn't need. No luck. I just balanced all of my purchases in my hands, which was seriously an impressive feat. Even if you don't love the store as much as I do, Target is filled with home decor items you won't be able to resist buying. Every time I wander into the home section, I leave with something.
Why is it impossible to resist Target's home items? I don't have a scientific answer, but I think I secretly hope that every Target purchase gets my apartment one step closer to looking like an Instagram-ready dream home. Granted, my sink is often filled with dirty dishes and I don't vacuum nearly enough, but buying decorative knick-knacks makes me feel like I have my life together. It may be a tiny bit of an illusion, but it's one that works for me. If you can relate, I've found some home decor items that are seriously irresistible.
Most of my pictures are on my camera roll — I'm seriously bad at printing memorable moments. If you're the same way, buy a minimalist picture frame, and the temptation to use it will stop your procrastination in its tracks.
If you need a classy centerpiece for your dining table, Target has your back. All you need is a few tall candles and some fake greenery, and you'll be well on your way to living like Chip and Joanna Gaines.
This floor mirror is beautifully designed, and you'll be able to take a full-length outfit selfie without any trouble at all. As you wander the aisles of Target, whether online or in real life, I'm sure you'll find even more things to add to your cart — hopefully, this helps you get started.