How do I love thee, Target? Let me count the ways. But seriously though, is Target not the best? I mean… what other store can you walk into looking to buy just one thing and you walk out with a trendy outfit, some seasonal Dollar Spot finds and a bunch of new home decor?
Target has to be one of my favorite spots to shop for home furnishings. Not only is it budget-friendly, but it’s always on trend, and they really have something for every style. Lately, I have been loving all of the industrial elements I see in interior design. I’ve thoroughly searched Target to pick out the best industrial decor items.
1. Real Wood Floating Shelf – Threshold
Floating shelves are in! I’ve seen them used in bathrooms, dining rooms and everywhere in between. I really love them in all spaces. These real wood floating shelves come in three different sizes so that you can style them in any size space, or you can stagger them with all different sizes for a more unique look.
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My mother-in-law is the queen of garage sales. She’s a woman of many talents, but her garage sale skills are top notch. She once bought a high top wooden kitchen table with four chairs for $5. After four years, we still have it in our house. That’s skill!
One of my favorite finds that she brought home last summer was a coffee table/end table set that she got for $30. The set is great quality, super sturdy and heavy with black iron piping on the bottom shelf.
When transforming a piece of furniture, I think it’s so important to start with a quality piece in order to transform it into a quality piece.
Fixing this baby up was super simple… if you’re willing to dedicate the time, anyone can do it. Here we go:
- Scotch Blue Painter’s Tape
- Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – pure white
- Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – old white
- Annie Sloan Soft Wax – clear
- Various sizes of paint brushes
- Clean rag or shop towel
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