Lydia Geisel

Market Selection by Julia Stevens

Published on April 3, 2020

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Whether you’re moving into a new home or looking to spruce up what you already have, adding fresh pieces to your bedroom can create a sense of calm when you need it the most. After all, your space should feel like an oasis where you can unwind and recalibrate freely. And the best way to do that is to fill it with things that make you happy—without hurting your checking account. 

Enter Target, which currently has seemingly endless opportunities to add comfort and chill to your bedroom. You might think the price tag is the best part about each of these 16 finds, but the truth is we can’t get over how good they look, too. Shop our picks, below.

The Bed

Slipping into bed should be something you look forward to every night. Breathable cotton sheets and bright, graphic pillows will add personality and comfort to your room year-round, while a cane headboard will bring textural accents for elevated style.

The Storage 

A three-drawer nightstand and a hanging clothing rack (with built-in shelves!) cover all your clothing bases, and they beat investing in multiple bulky pieces of furniture. Airy baskets in a variety of styles can act as hampers or nesting spots for blankets and pillows. 

The Lighting 

Brass, marble, silver, rope—materials matter when searching for lighting on a budget. There’s no going wrong with a woven pendant lamp to bring vacation vibes to an ordinary space, or, if you want to switch up the placement, try a sleek sconce with a swivel head to be your go-to reading light. 

The Decor

Sometimes the finishing touches make all the difference. Fill in the gaps with unexpected details, like a dainty glass vase, a brass mirror, and a terracotta planter, then tie it all together with a tasseled striped rug underfoot.

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