Attention, parents-to-be (or friends of parents-to-be in need of a baby shower gift): Target just came out with a new brand line exclusively for babies. The Cloud Island collection includes a full range of nursery, bath, and layette pieces—for those not versed in baby lingo, that’s clothes and linens for newborns—with nearly 500 items. The furniture, bedding, and decor is officially available now in stores and on Target.com, with the rest of the collection due out on August 13.
The nursery and decor products come in over 70 prints while the bath collection will be available in 14 different patterns. Items range from storage bins to decorative lighting to onesies, each one in an adorable and modern print. Designed with parents in mind, the wide variety of prints and products allows for total customization of the nursery in everything from the clothes to the changing pad covers.
“Target has seen incredible strength in our kids business, and we’ve heard from guests that they’re also looking for stylish and affordable options for babies and younger children,” said Target executive vice president and chief merchandising officer Mark Tritton in a statement. “We worked with our guests to design Cloud Island just for them. This guest-focused approach is one of Target’s key differentiators, and Cloud Island is one of many new exclusive brands to come.”
To highlight this guest-focused approach to the line, Target released 24 collections within the larger Cloud Island brand. The whimsical designs encompass a wide range of themes like desert dreams, snooz’n safari, and floral fields ensure there is something for every decor and personality style.
Safety is another factor at the forefront of the Cloud Island brand. The collection’s hang tags and in-store displays will feature reminders about safe sleep practices. Additionally, items such as bedding and playmats are all Standard 100 by OEKO-Tex certified and free of more than 300 potentially harmful substances.
In other good news, the entire collection stays true to Target’s philosophy of chic yet affordable home goods. With prices ranging from $4.99 to $89.99—though most pieces are under $20—we’ll totally understand if you end up accidentally buying the whole collection.