7 Target Products Designers Can’t Get Enough Of

7 Target Products Designers Can’t Get Enough Of

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Kelsey Mulvey
Jul 24, 2018
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Ah, Target; what a beautiful, beautiful place. We mean, where else can you buy clothes, furniture, greeting cards, deodorant, and a fresh latte in one fell swoop? Exactly.

We know we're not the only ones who are obsessed with Target. In fact, plenty of designers shop there for both business and pleasure. So, the next time you're there, keep an eye out for these items designers can't stop buying. Because, as you well know, you never go to Target and buy just one thing.

1. Project 62 Esters Wood Arm Chair, $230

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"When I first laid eyes on this chair, I was shocked it was from Target because that soft curve of the front just screams, 'I'm expensive.' It's so great… I should know! I have two in my living room and have used many, many, many more in projects. It's comfortable, the perfect scale, and timeless." Emily Henderson, interior designer and founder of "Style By Emily Henderson"

2. Opalhouse Teal Blue Ikat Border Fringed Towel, $13

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"Target is my secret weapon for colorful, fun bath linens. They have a great array of on-trend stripes, polka dots, and floral prints that will bring high impact personality to any bathroom at a fantastic price. Don't forget to include a new bath mat with your set—that extra pop of color on the floor makes all the difference." Emilie Munroe, interior designer

3. Threshold Water Hyacinth Woven Tray, $19.99

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"I typically pick up smaller items like bookshelf accessories, baskets, side tables, frames, and office accessories for photo shoots or to round out a space—they're inexpensive and on-trend. The baskets are a great option for extra storage, and the frames are an inexpensive option for styling bookcases." —Erin Gates, founder of Elements of Style

4. Method Pink Grapefruit Scented All Purpose Surface Cleaner, $3

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"I always have to have a stock of Method's pink grapefruit surface cleaner. It cuts through tough cooking messes, smells super fresh and, [an] added bonus, looks great in my kitchen while hard at work!" Alison Pickart, interior designer

5. Ajax with Bleach Powder Cleanser, $1

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"Ajax is a staple for the care and maintenance of our Carrara marble countertops. It totally restores the glow to our honed surfaces without being too harsh." Pickart

6. Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Melamine Plaid Serving Tray Set, $13

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"I'm a sucker for a good Target collaboration and love to shop the home department when those happen! I love the melamine serving trays Target does with their collaborations. I pick these up all the time because they're inexpensive and long-lasting. These Hearth & Hand with Magnolia ones are elegantly casual and perfect for summer entertaining." —Alessandra Wood, director of style at Modsy

7. 3R Studios Coir "Welcome/Goodbye" Door Mat, $34

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"Target always has some cheeky prints and sayings in their durable and affordable doormats. I have one that has sat outside for almost two years and is still going strong! You're literally stepping all over these with dirty feet and leaving them out in the rain, so it's not always worth splurging. This season's Welcome/Goodbye hexagon doormat has a nice shape and trendy feel." —Wood

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