Yes, I am one of those people that love Target…if that makes me basic, so be it. ;) Target’s selection of holiday decor is one of my favorites, and I always make sure to browse it every fall just to see if there’s anything I’d love to add to my own home. I’m slowly building up a collection of holiday and other winter home decor. My parents have always been super into decorating the whole house, and I love how cozy and festive it feels, so it’d be amazing to do the same someday!
(Note that this post isn’t sponsored by Target; I’m just a huge fan! I wouldn’t say no to a sponsorship or collaboration in the future.)
This year, I picked up a gorgeous silver and gold snowflake pillow (I’m tempted to buy another), a new candle by Hearth and Hand (the scent is a little masculine, but I love it), and some new seasonal blankets (I bought this blanket in every color, haha). I have a gold reindeer that I picked up in a previous season, and how fun is the mug?! Not all of my mugs fit in the cabinet, so I really shouldn’t add another, but you know how I feel about cats…and I love a good play on words, too. :) I collect nutcrackers, and I’m impressed by the quality of the simple nutcrackers at Target!
I also have my eyes on this retro-inspired light-up Christmas tree (my parents have had one like this for years and I’ve claimed it when they no longer want it), this chenille cable knit pillow (cable knit isn’t ideal to have around cats, but isn’t it pretty?!), and this cute little faux pine needle/pinecone pot (you could keep it up all winter—and beyond!). It’s easy to love a lot of items, especially when they’re so affordable.
Other places I like to shop for holiday home decor include Pottery Barn, West Elm, and Pier 1. When I’m shopping, most of the time I’m not looking for anything in particular and just come across something I love! I even have a painting (well, probably a print) I picked up from the thrift store, and I get a new nutcracker every year at the ballet. I’m not aware of any boutiques in Boise that sell holiday decor, but if you’re ever in Salt Lake City, be sure to swing by The Square Nest in Sugarhouse. We went a little overboard when we stopped by last year and picked up so many fun items!
Hope you’re having a cozy weekend! xo