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How-To: Decorate with Threshold from Target

Bloggers show you how to spruce up your home using Target's new (and majorly affordable!) home line, Threshold!

This Spring, Target teamed up with 4 stylish bloggers to spruce up their home for spring. The catch? They needed to use items from Threshold, Target’s new home line! Threshold, as many of you already know, is great because it is on trend yet incredibly affordable. From gorgeous area rugs to terrariums, floor lamps to picture frames- you can find exactly what your home needs. We wanted to show you how Michael, of design blog Inspired by Charm, made a few simple updates to his home. By adding bright colors, unique textures, and a pinch of plant life- Michael’s space is a total breath of fresh air. One thing that Rue loves about the Threshold line is that many of the items are on the smaller side- allowing you to work them into the design you already have. (Michael did a great job showing us this in his entryway!) We also love how many of the pieces feel seasonally appropriate, and remain at a price-point that allows you to embrace that. Take a look at how all the bloggers updated their space for spring. We have a feeling it may inspire more than a few trips to Target:

Inspired by Charm: Entryway // Kitchen // Bookshelves // Living Room
Babble: Bathroom // Entryway + LIving Room
House Tweaking: Bathroom // Living Room // Foyer
Thrifty Decor Chic: Bathroom // Foyer // Basement Toy Organization 

Shop Rue’s Threshold Picks: 1. Pillow // 2. Brass Animals // 3. Tea Light Holder // 4. Canisters with Bamboo Lid // 5. Starburst Mirror // 6. Bowl // 7. Candle

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  • Harriet

    What I love about a lot of the products is that I can mix and match them with my Color911 app. I use this app all the time for my color inspiration – I highly recommend it!

  • Arthur Morehead

    It goes to show that you don’t have to spend a fortune to add to a homes decor, As an artist I am always coming up with ideas, I really like the weatherd wood louvers on the hutch. I have been doing a lot of this type of work along with small murals and paintings for art niches