Is it just us, or is there always something lurking in a virtual Target shopping bag? Between all the new collections the retailer has been rolling out—like the maximalist Opalhouse items or the summer-ready Hearth & Hand with Magnolia line—and the steady stream of low prices, it feels like we never leave a store (or our browser) empty-handed. Lately, certain items have been catching our eye, and if you’re in the market for a bit of retail therapy, you’ll want to check them out. From tiny, bright accessories to larger furniture pieces, here are the Target finds our editors are currently obsessing over.

Anna Kocharian, digital editor

Natural Woven Oblong Pendant Lamp, Target ($142)

I’ve been on the hunt for overhead lighting that’s understated yet statement-worthy, and this one checks out on all fronts. Bonus points for affordability as well!

Lydia Geisel, digital editorial assistant

Woven Rattan Basket, Target ($34)

I’m really into Target’s white rattan selection right now. It’s such a clean and fresh way to elevate traditional nudes. I’m currently digging the beachy minimalist vibes of this catchall.   

Sophie Miura, digital content director

Bocce Ball Set, Target ($74)

I’m counting down the days to summer just so I can use this chic Bocce ball set in my local park.

Meghan McNeer, visuals director

Gardening Tool Set, Target ($13)

With Mother’s Day around the corner, my mom deserves these gilded gardening tools to feel fancy even while in the dirt.

Alyssa Clough, senior social media editor

Geo Hexagon Metal Wall Planter, Target ($30)

I have lots of plants—like, 40—and I’m working on updating some of my more basic pots with planters in more unique shapes and materials, all without going supremely over budget. Target has a fun assortment, and my current favorite is this little hexagon design. It’s the perfect size for a small pothos or a few tiny succulents.

Rebecca Deczynski, digital editor

2-Door Wood & Rattan Accent Cabinet, Target ($186)

It’s about time I replace the shoddy coffee table I’ve been using to house my TV with something that feels a bit more refined. I love the subtle cane texture of this cabinet, and it’s just the right size to fit in my teeny living room (while providing extra storage space too).

Kristin Limoges, beauty & wellness editor

Round Decorative Wall Mirror, Target ($59)

I live in a teeny-tiny Chinatown apartment, but I’ve managed to carve out a cute little vanity in my bedroom. I’ve been taking the time to find every little piece, and the last missing item is a really special mirror. I’m eyeing this one because it’s still unique and special enough but not overly showy. And that price tag is a steal—it looks wildly more expensive.

Gabrielle Savoie, senior home editor

5qt Cast Iron Dutch Oven, Target ($39)

I’m always looking for excuses to cook more in my tiny studio apartment, and one of the easiest ways to prepare a meal in a small space is to throw everything into a Dutch oven. For that, I turn to everyone’s favorite celebrity cook: Chrissy Teigen. Her line of cookware for Target is gorgeous, and the price can’t be beaten.

Elly Leavitt, associate digital editor

4pk Linen Napkin, Target ($9)

One of my goals for the year was to host more dinner parties, and I feel that stylish tableware is integral to that plan. My favorite material is linen, and these sage green napkins are a much more manageable way to incorporate it than a runner or a tablecloth would be. Plus, the pale hue is so pretty! It’s an easy update I can make when hosting smaller get-togethers this summer to make the table a little more special.

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