This Isn’t Chip and Jo’s Typical Target Collection

A fresh way to decorate for the holidays.

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Faded striped linens, galvanized metal accents, stoneware dishes—these modern farmhouse elements are still prevalent in Chip and Joanna Gaines’s latest Target collection. But this time, they’re not the focus. Just in time for holiday decorating, the design duo’s new launch is decidedly more pared back. 

Officially available to shop November 3, the products range from a snowman kit to faux garlands and wreaths. We have our eye on the less overtly Christmasy pieces that speak to our inner minimalist. That’s not to say these items don’t have a healthy dose of seasonal cheer—you just won’t want to tear them down come January 1. Mark your calendars for next week and take a sneak peek at what’s on our wish list in the meantime.

The Tabletop Pop

Forest green for the holidays is hardly groundbreaking, but with nary a reindeer or snowflake motif in sight—just chic tonal fringe—these napkins feel timeless. 

The Tree Basket

In a world of ugly plastic stands, choose this woven wood tree collar stained an elegant black.

The Just-Decorative-Enough Garland

A finishing touch for your mantel or banister that won’t compromise your living room’s monochrome aesthetic.

The New Year’s Staple

Get ahead of the curve (aka 2020) with a wall calendar to keep track of all those resolutions. Isn’t the simple typography refreshing?

See more holiday decor ideas: CB2’s Holiday Line Proves It’s Never Too Soon to Get in the Holiday Spirit I Never Decorate for the Holidays—Then I Saw Ferm Living’s Collection IKEA’s Holiday Collection Features 3 Genius Twists on Basic Wrapping Paper

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.