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The Best of Target’s Newest Fall Home Products

Upgrade your space with the new collections.

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ICYMI, there’s a lot happening at Target this month. There’s always a lot happening, to be fair, but between the new Emily Henderson-endorsed Threshold collection and an upcoming new slate of chic modern farmhouse pieces from Chip and Jo, there is something for every single design aesthetic launching at the retailer. Even Chrissy Teigen is getting in on it, having just unveiled a capsule collection of cookware essentials that will hit stores nationwide on September 30th.

Basically, whether you lean mid-century modern or more bohemian, you’re sure to find something to suit your personal aesthetic at the retailer. Here’s our shopping list, to get you started.

For the rookie cook looking to expand their culinary repertoire just in time for comfort food season, this complete cookware set is both chic and comprehensive—essentially every cooking function you might need at some point is covered. From a large Dutch oven to a tiny little pot you might use for sauces, this will definitely help you on your way to becoming the second coming of Rachael Ray.

This season is all about texture: Cozy knits and plush materials reign supreme when it comes to turning your home into the hygge hotspot of your Pinterest dreams. With a variety of textures and colors speaking to this pillow’s bohemian sensibility, it’s a sure-fire way to jazz up your bedroom in time for fall.

If jewel tones are your marker for autumn, try a living room refresh in the form of an emerald green tufted sofa. This one is surprisingly affordable given its sleek, sophisticated design, and will serve as a great anchor for any space.

Your mantel is missing a finishing touch, and it’s this cool and contemporary candle holder. Pick up a few and stagger the size or shape of your tapered candle for a more interesting vignette.

You don’t actually have to serve anything on this terracotta tray (though you totally should—use as a catch-all for your favorite beverages and fashion a DIY bar station on an available end table), as it works just as well as a perfume organizer or

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An easy bathroom upgrade that won’t cost a fortune? Swapping out your tired old bath mat for something a little sleeker, like this wooden option. Phase one in turning your bathroom into a spa-like retreat, complete.

If you can’t seem to keep your plants alive, avoid future deaths on your hands by opting for faux greenery instead. Presented in an old-school amber jar, it’s the minimalist arrangement of dreams.

Tiny stoneware bowls make the perfect finishing tablescape touch, and frequent dinner party hosts will love them as a means of displaying dips and sauces in a super stylish way. They come with a mango wood base for easy serving, too.

You know what’s a decidedly unexciting thing to shop for? Pot holders. We’re still not saying they’re exciting to shop for, but at least this set from Hearth & Hand makes your decision an easy one; fall-appropriate patterns and chic leather holders deserve a spot in your kitchen.

Granted, the need for wall candles was pretty much eradicated with the invention of the lightbulb, but these sculptural sconces make the case for bringing them back. Hang one up instead of an art piece for some variety at home.

Opt for the soft gray colorway to bring a Scandinavian vibe to your living room. The wooden frame is a bit of rustic simplicity that’s perfect if you’re going for a more minimalist, calming feel for your space.

This tiny piece of cookery would look great on your stove, even if you forgot to put it away. Another part of Chrissy Teigen’s Target launch, the mini Dutch oven is meant to be used for both cooking and serving.

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Elly Leavitt

Writer and Editor

Elly enjoys covering anything from travel to funky design (tubular furniture, anyone?) to the latest cultural trend. Her dream apartment would exist on the Upper West Side and include a plethora of mismatched antique chairs, ceramic vessels, and floor-to-ceiling bookcases—essential to her goal of becoming a poor man’s Nora Ephron. You can probably find her in line at Trader Joe’s. You will never find her at SoulCycle.