Styling one's space is so important — take it from someone who works remotely. But like many things, finding an affordable way to personalize your place can be really challenging. I can't tell you how many hours I've spent on apartment blogs looking for inspiration and leaving them feeling utterly defeated. But hope is not lost! There is a way to turn your home into a chic sanctuary on a budget. If you have a taste for bright statement pieces, eclectic patterns, and the occasional bird, you're not going to want to miss these 10 best products from the Opalhouse homeware line by Target.
The discount store's furniture line is but one of a few customers can expect to see in the coming months. Target stores are in the midst of shifting emphasis to home decor, a move the chain believes will align with the desires of customers. Target's press release about Opalhouse back in February revealed analysts with the company determined around 90 percent of customers prefer personalizing looks to specifically fit their own tastes, rather than settling for something prefabricated. With this in mind, Target announced the reintroduction of a number of popular home decor lines. Some of the most highly anticipated include the classic, relaxed Threshold, the modern Project 62 series, and the Americana-inspired Hearth and Hand with Magnolia.
Opalhouse is by far the most ambitious of these, placing an emphasis on bright colors, unique patterns, and, per the chain's website, a great deal of worldly inspiration from cities, "...like Aix-en-Provence, Lisbon, Paris and Mallorca." Products part of the line are even distinguished into three separate categorizes: Indochic, Canyon Sunrise, and Mallorca.
You probably can't snag every one of the hundreds of pieces in Opalhouse line (no single person really needs twenty one separate shower curtains), so I made a list of my favorite features from Target's newest decor collection. Keep in mind, though, the complete Opalhouse collection will not be available until April 8.