Thursday, April 5, 2018

Target Farmhouse Decor Under $30.00

I've been in the mood for some Spring decorating, so I stopped in to Target today to see what was new. I thought I'd check out the "Magnolia" collection for some inspiration while I was there.

I had barely made it ithrough the door when I had five items in my cart . . . all from the "Dollar Spot".
Who knew?  I hadn't expected to find any "decor" there but take a look . . .

The teakwood tray (10" x 14") was $5.00 and came in either natural or whitewashed. I love arranging seasonal vignettes on trays and this one is the perfect size.
Then I saw these tall (9") tin olive baskets with copper handles . . . only $3.00 each. 
I bought two!

 I was on a roll now!
To add height to my vignette, I grabbed a white cake stand, for $5.00. . . 
still in the "Dollar Spot". 
Four great finds for $16.00!

In the home section, I added this little clear vase for $3.99 . . . perfect for sprigs of spring flowers on a tray or windowsill.

I did finally make it to the "Hearth & Hand" section to see what Joanne Gaines has come up with for Spring. I loved these big flour sack towels (30 inches square with black, coral, or gold stripes) and at only 3.99, I got two. I often use fabric to add softness and texture to an arrangement on a tray or antique piece.  Or, if I'm not feeling creative, I can just use them to dry dishes!

 Total for all seven pieces = $27.97!

After all the errand-running, I had lost my energy by the time I got home so my Target finds are all sitting in the dining room waiting to be arranged. 

Since Joanne Gaines doesn't live here, I'll hope for a new burst of farmhouse inspiration and arrange them tomorrow!

This post is linked to:
The TFT Party at Katharine's Corner
Wow Us Wednesday #381 at Savvy Southern Style
Flaunt It Friday #397 at Chic On a Shoestring
The Farmhouse Friday Link Party #51 at The Painted Hinge
Amaze Me Monday at Dwellings
Nifty Thrifty Sunday at Nifty Thrifty Things


  1. I know I need a Target trip! Those dollar bins are my downfall each visit. Love the olive buckets and would love to get a couple of those for sure. Now show us your vignette, well after a good rest! Hugs!

  2. Half the day is gone and I haven't started the vignette! I did clean the garage and kitchen, do laundry and make pea soup. I promise to post a photo when I ever get a few minutes to "play". Thanks for taking the time to comment. Hope you get to Target before the olive buckets are gone . . . seemed like a really good deal. TGIF! ~Cheryl

  3. Target has the cutest things. Ours is on the other side of town and I rarely travel that way which is probably a good thing for my pocketbook!

  4. Hi Paula,
    Thanks for stopping by. It's best for me to stay away from Target as well; I'm supposed to be downsizing! I was surprised to find the items I did in the "Dollar Spot" though. They were well-designed and just what I needed. The olive bucket even has copper handles. I just saw on your blog that you're a 6th grade teacher. I retired from a grades 3-5 school a couple years ago and have taught in middle school and high school as well - special ed. and before that, English. 6th grade is a great age. I'll be visited your blog again soon and hope we can keep in touch, Cheryl


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