Esmé Stern

Published on December 5, 2020

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As soon as the first few notes of Christmas classics start to play on the radio, it becomes almost impossible to resist the allure of holiday decorations—even though they only stay up for one month of the year. Luckily Target has plenty of amazing decor that won’t bust your budget, while still managing to look equally festive and impressive. Think: vintage-inspired color palettes and textures, natural-looking rustic accents, and plenty of elevated metallic pieces that appear way more expensive than they actually are.

These eight holiday picks from Target make this season the most wonderful time of the year. Plus you’ll even have plenty of cash left over to dive deep into your gift list—and maybe even scoop up a few presents for yourself.

Think of this chunky cable-knit pillow as a sweater for your couch—cute, cozy, and the perfect winter accessory.

Whether they live on your mantel or under the tree, these festive figurines will add a touch of character to any holiday scene. Faux fur and painted details make them all the more special.

You can’t go wrong with a classic star-shaped tree topper, but this one, made from extra-durable metal and plastic, comes with two different light effects in case Christmas Eve turns into an all-out dance party.

Vintage lovers, unite. These retro-inspired ornaments will transport your tree to the 1970s whether you hang them clustered or spread out.

Practically made for stocking stuffers, buy a six-pack of these Nintendo-themed no-show socks and trade among your loved ones, or, better yet, keep them all for yourself.

Nothing cozies up a spot quite like chenille, and this throw blanket, available in six colorways, practically begs to be draped across your sofa or reading chair.

Take your mantel to the next level with an artificial garland made to bring shape and texture to your holiday-scape. Pair it with a scattering of holly berries and Christmas stockings, and you’re practically living in a winter wonderland.

Light this cinnamon-apple-and-cloves–scented candle to extend the holiday season as long as you’d like.

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