As if we ever need an excuse to spend more time (read: money) at Target, the retailer quietly launched hundreds of new items across its popular home decor brands over the weekend, from Hearth & Hand With Magnolia to Sunsquad to Opalhouse. If you’re overdue for an outdoor refresh, consider this drop a lifesaver. The Studio McGee collection alone has more than 50 items starting at $15, and we’re coveting these sunny yellow grid-patterned plates that are $3 each.

Target’s Big Summer Decor Drop Includes More Than 50 Shea McGee–Designed  Must-Haves
Courtesy of Target. Pictured above: Rope Weave Indoor/Outdoor Accent Chairs.

Whether you’re strolling the aisles or scrolling online, we wanted to give you a head start on sorting through the hundreds of affordable finds, so here are six of our summer-ready favorites from yesterday’s launch to scoop up.

Head to the Ocean or Hang Out by the Firepit

This basket tote, designed with Studio McGee, is ideal for corralling all your beach essentials, from sunscreen to best-selling novels. And when you’re not using it as a bag, think of it as a traditional storage spot for throw blankets or extra towels. 


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Keep Your Chill

Stay hydrated with a colorful cooler that not only holds up to 80 canned beverages but comes with a built-in bottle opener so you’re not endlessly searching for a way to pop open your next drink.

Lie Back and Relax

You don’t need a swimming pool in your yard to have a place to kick up your feet. This chic chaise is designed with an outdoor-proof metal frame with tapered legs and a sleek cream-colored cushion for unwinding in style. Plus the adjustable back will help you find the optimal angle for soaking up the sun.

Tune In

Create a vibe outside with a portable speaker like this vintage-inspired option, which lets you curate your playlist through a Bluetooth connection or an aux cable. When it’s time to head inside, just plop it on an end table or nightstand—it will look right at home.

Party Like It’s 1799

Upgrade your garden party and bring teatime outdoors with Regency-inspired serveware. This platter edged in light blue only looks like delicate fine china, but there is no fear of breakage: The entertaining staple is melamine.


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Stay Grounded 

Made for serving or sitting, this versatile indoor-outdoor floor cushion adds a decorative touch to a cozy picnic-style cookout, and its UV-resistant fabric means it won’t fade after a few barbecues.