Published on January 25, 2019

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It’s hard to believe that a good thing can get even better, but sometimes, it’s true. That’s exactly how we feel about Target’s home sale, which reduces already low prices of select decor by up to 25 percent. That includes plenty of plush throw pillows, some impressive peelable wallpaper, and tons of small accent pieces.

There are plenty of options in the $40-or-less price bucket, and many of them look much pricier than they really are. Want to elevate your bedroom? Opt for a Moroccan wedding–style throw. Feel like your bathroom needs an upgrade but don’t want to shell out for a remodel? Swap your trash bin for one that looks like it’s constructed out of marble. Tiny details make a big difference, and the right home buy can change the look of an entire room. Plus, with the money you save, you can put aside some cash for bigger home projects.

Not sure where to begin? Shop our favorite picks below.

This simple lumbar pillow easily adds dimension to an otherwise blah bedspread.

Suggestion: Buy several of these velvet throws and use them to craft a pillow fort on a cold, rainy day.

This neutral throw blanket can easily be strewn across your bed or sofa, making for a comfortable addition.

An accent wall doesn’t have to require a big financial investment, as this cool peel-and-stick wallpaper proves.

A super-simple pattern sets these soft, organic sheets apart from an all-white option.

If you’ve been needing proof that trash bins can spark joy, here you go.

The contrasting blue and orange hues in this sheet set are sure to wash away wintertime boredom.

A deep teal throw reinvigorates neutral spaces—consider it the perfect accessory for a gray, black, or white sofa.

This Nate Berkus collection pillow is a master class in texture and pattern mixing.

More home inspiration:
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It’s Official: This Huge Paint Trend Has Finally Seeped Into Decor
This Color Palette Is Taking Over My Instagram “Saved” Folder

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