Styling Inspiration from Our Target Spring 22’ Collection
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Styling Inspiration from Our Target Spring 22’ Collection

Styling Inspiration from Our Target Spring 22’ Collection

Styling is like the cherry on top of any design.

When designing our products for our collection with Threshold for Target, one of our favorite parts of the process is considering all the details that make a home feel layered, lived-in, and finished. In our latest collection, we were inspired by creating accents that enhance your living space through organization and decor pieces that effortlessly pair together.

In this post, we’re excited to share a few ways we styled our pieces from the Spring 22′ collection. Scroll on for inspiration!

A few pillows in a subtle color-way can go a long way in adding an extra layer of tone and intention to any living space. While we love mixing and matching throw pillows on a sofa, a pair of the same pillows on two chairs side by side can bring balance to mixed and matched patterns throughout a room.

A cozy upholstered bench moment welcomes you (and your guests) in the entryway while patterned throw pillows, a rug, artwork, and greenery add personality and life to the look. Don’t forget a textural basket to stow away shoes!

We love using glass-front cabinetry pieces to add more storage and display our favorite dish-ware or decor items. In this look, we styled the cabinetry piece with a mix of books, baskets, and dish-ware for the perfect balance of form and function.

When creating pillow combinations, look for a mix of geometric and organic patterns to get that curated designer look in any corner!

In the bedroom, add an extra layer of intention with cozy textiles and styled nightstands with symmetrical lamps, fresh florals, candles, or artwork.

When styling around a focal point in your living space, focus on drawing the eye to that piece with coordinating and layered decor. In this look, we wanted to draw the eye to our artwork focal point above the console, so we layered in decor pieces that pulled out tones from the piece without distracting from it.

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