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Target Should Be Your Go-To Source for Fall Decor, and These 20 Finds Prove It

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As grocery stores start breaking out the apple cider donuts and local farms prepare the pumpkins for harvest, there’s only one thing we can say: It’s heeere. Ah yes, the season of giving is upon us, and this year, we’re seeing ’70s patterns, bold earthy tones and vintage accents take over the design scene like never before. The coziness has been cranked up to an all-time high, and you best believe that we’re going *full out* for our autumn decor this year. We’re talking funky throw pillows, rattan pumpkins and cozy candles galore.

As new intros from Opalhouse designed with Jungalow, Threshold designed with Studio McGee and Hearth & Hand with Magnolia pour in, there’s no better place to start your home’s seasonal refresh than at Target. Here, find 20 of our favorite fall decor items to prepare your home for the most aesthetically pleasing time of year.

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1. Color Block Boucle Throw Blanket

This one’s a must-have. We’ve seen boucle textures creeping into decor for a while, and we predict this cozy texture will continue to dominate interiors throughout the rest of 2022. Drape this color-blocked number over your sofa or fold it at the end of the bed, and you’ll instantly give your home that “on the cover of a Pottery Barn catalog” vibe (only on a budget).

2. Backing Natural Rug

This year’s hottest pattern? Checkers. Add this baby in if you’re looking to give your boho living room a fall refresh with a trendy twist.

3. Plaid Square Throw Pillow

Or, if you’re looking to elevate the checkerboard theme, classic plaid patterns are a staple of fall decor. This tone-on-tone throw pillow elevates the look while its fringe accents keep things from looking stuffy.

4. Green Oak & Moss Glass Mushroom Figural Candle 

Fall-scented candles are an essential part of the season. Rather than go full pumpkin spice, this woodsy number creates an unexpected yet cozy vibe—and when you’re done, it can double as a funky, mushroom-shaped vase.

5. Wood and Brass Wall Mirror Blue

If your take on retro-style decor skews more Gatsby-esque, don’t sleep on this curved top, brass and blue wall mirror. At 24 by 30 inches, it’s just the right size to liven up an entryway.

6. Botanical Embroidered Lumbar Throw Pillow

Seriously, how is this embroidered throw pillow *not* a part of Anthro Living’s fall collection? It’s the perfect way to add ’he '70s look into a neutral space without overwhelming it.

7. Marble Taper Candle Holder

Give your autumn tablescape an earthy edge with this carved marble candle holder. We love how the shape says “eclectic artist” while the bottom says “modern sophisticate.”

8. Just Peachy Framed Wall Canvas By Kendra Dandy

We’ve spoken a lot about how ’70s tones are all the rage right now. But what does that actually mean? This framed wall canvas by Kendra Dandy is your answer. You can style it in a gallery wall or use it alone as an entryway statement to give your home the retro-meets-boho look you’ve seen all over Instagram.

9. Medium Goldenrod Arrangement

Nestled in a black dolomite container, this faux goldenrod arrangement features a bright yellow hue that can create the perfect amount of contrast on a mantle or coffee table.

10. Chunky Cable Knit Tassels Throw Blanket

Finding a chunky knit throw can be harder than it seems. They’re either too small, too scratchy or super-plush but super-ugly. We promise this cozy, cable-knit number will get it just right.

11. Medium Light Woven Pumpkin Brown

Yet another emerging fall décor trend? Woven and rattan pumpkins. This guy showcases a braided corn husk construction with brown stem detail to add a natural touch of tone and texture to your display.

12. Figurative Sketch Framed Wall Print

For anyone who’s looking to give their bedroom an elegant facelift, this framed figurative sketch oozes sophistication (at just $30, no less). 

13. Desk Lamp with USB Ports

Our current WFH obsession? This sleek, modern desk lamp. Not only do we love its dimmable LED light and dual-USB port design, but the oval glass shade and wooden base accents give it a minimalist feel.

14. Birch and Amber Speckled Ceramic Candle Cream

Warm and woodsy, we love that this candle gives off a cozy autumnal scent without being too overpowering. Plus, it comes in a speckled ceramic jar that will look fabulous on your coffee table.

15. Three-Speed Record Player

By now, you get it—vintage and retro-inspired decor is the name of the game this year. But what if you don’t have time to go thrifting (or what if you simply don’t want to)? This record player is a simple solution to give your space a little character. And don’t worry, millennials—it’s Bluetooth compatible.

16. Hopps Wreath

Adorned with natural-looking, faux hops, this wreath can bring a warm, cheery welcome when entertaining friends and family this season. Plus, the artificial construction requires no care (and ensures you can use it season after season).

17. Handloom Bath Rug

Perfect for bringing an organic modern vibe to your bathroom, this handloom bath mat features a light green finish (a hue that’s so *right now*).

18. Small Bunny in Pot Tail Arrangement

Need a pop of color? Adding some bunny tail florals is an easy way to add some dimension without dampening the sophistication of your space.

19. Jacobean Square Throw Pillow

Fashion often sets the tone for design, and this year, we’re seeing lots of classic feminine details across both realms. Toss this delicate floral pillow onto your bed or entryway bench to bring in something trendy without overdoing it.

20. Black Honey Vanilla Candle Plum Purple

And another candle, because fall requires that you have a deliciously scented one burning at all times. No ifs, ands or buts.

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