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We’re officially in the “ber” months, which means it’s the best time to transition your home decor for cozier weather. No one knows this better than Joanna Gaines, and her exclusive collaboration with Target is no exception.
Ahead of the fall season, Magnolia’s Hearth & Hand collection at Target has some of the best fall home decor pieces, including accent lamps (one of which is the perfect modern spin on those vintage fairy lamps that TikTok is obsessed with), faux foliage, stoneware, and, of course, some of the best candles.
I got in the seasonal spirit with a deep dive into all things Magnolia at Target. If you’re ready to say goodbye to summer and add autumnal accents to your space, here are the best fall decor pieces from the collection.
The Best Fall Decor at Target
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Joanna and Chip's collections have been staples at Target for years now. The first collection launched in 2017 and every year has seen a new range of earthy fall classics that are perfect for making a cozy, comfortable space.
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We've seen a big increase in Art Deco-inspired pieces this year as the 21st century gets its own Roaring Twenties. Joanna's collection for Target is no exception, with lots of ribbed pieces giving a contemporary twist on design classics.
This small accent lamp brings the warmth of early fall into your home. The Ribbed Ronal Table Lamp comes in a monochromatic cream color scheme, and the ceramic base gives it an earthy feel for a nice node to the season.
If you love the whimsical feel of vintage fairy lamps but want something with a more modern feel, the Ribbed Glass Cylindrical Accent Lamp from Hearth & Hand is an excellent alternative. This lamp features a clear ribbed glass cover with a brass base and provides plenty of accent light while remaining small enough to fit on small entryway tables, bookshelves, and even built-in bars.
It’s not fall without a new candle. This apple cider-scented candle not only smells divine, but looks luxurious. Designed in a ribbed glass vessel, the 32-ounce fall candle has an Anthropologie feel that layers beautifully on a coffee table tray, bathroom counter, or entryway table.
As the temperature starts to drop, it's time to curl up in a corner with some cozy, comforting drinks. Joanna's collection is stuffed with great drinkware, but my personal favorite is the pour-over coffee maker. These are often pretty utilitarian, but Joanna's is gorgeous.
This stunning pour-over coffee maker is both decorative and functional—and the perfect excuse to make your own pumpkin spice lattes this season. Featuring a wooden base and a ribbed glass cone nestled into the metal ring stand, the pour-over coffee maker has a sleek and stylish design that allows you to customize your brew with every cup.
With the change of seasons comes cooler, crisper weather, making it the best time to cozy up with a cup of tea. If you’re searching for a new tea kettle, consider this one from Heart & Hand’s collaboration with Cuisinart. The gooseneck kettle has the same high-quality and functional design as other Cuisinart electric kettles with the design touch of Magnolia.
Adding stoneware to your table is one of the easiest ways to bring rich, seasonal hues into your space. The Wide-Fluted Stoneware Beverage Pitcher has a handmade feel, comes in a gorgeous rich green tint, and is large enough to make fall sangria and other fun beverages when hosting gatherings.
Sure, it's a little-florals-for-spring, but you don't mess with the classics. No fall decor is complete without a sprinkling of warm, earthy hues to align your space with the falling leaves outsides.
This stunning stoneware serving bowl from Magnolia’s Hearth & Hand collection features a festive pumpkin brown glaze and fluted details that give it a handmade feel. Add fall produce such as gourds, apples, and pomegranates, and use it as a centerpiece or make it a base for your favorite fall snacks while watching scary movies.
Add a touch of fall foliage to your space with the Faux Golden Ash Leaf Fall Stem. Featuring a bright yet earthy golden yellow hue, this faux botanical stem looks gorgeous in a simple bud vase or added to a seasonal floral arrangement as an accent.
Layer in fall decor pieces with this chic wooden tray, which manages to create a mid-century modern meets farmhouse feel. The tray makes the best base for a fall candle, mini pumpkin, and your TV remotes.
If you don’t want to make your own fall arrangement, the Faux Golden Ash Leaf Fall Arrangement is a quick and easy seasonal upgrade. Available in both 20-inch and 25-inch sizes, this foliage decor comes ready for display in an amber apothecary-inspired vase.
As the weather starts to cool, more warm and cozy meals are on the menu. The essential Wood Cookbook Holder with Metal Ledge offers a chic stand for your tablet or favorite seasonal cookbook . You can easily flip through different recipes and save your place while you simmer and stir your favorite stews and soups.
Décor is one thing, but autumnal textiles can be both functional and practical. It almost seems unlikely after all those summer heatwaves but the temperatures are about to plummet. A good throw is just the thing to warm you up and keep you cozy.
Switch up your tablescape with this stunning plaid placemat. With its plaid pattern and woven texture, the placemat brings a touch a fall to your table and is perfect for a more layered look with stoneware plates, linen napkins, and gorgeous glassware.
‘Tis the season for scary movies! Snuggle up on the couch in Hearth & Hand’s beautiful chunky cable knit fall throw blanket. The under $50 blanket is a quick and easy way to add a seasonal touch to your space with very little effort—plus, it’s functional.
If you’re not into cloth placemats but want to add that layered look to your tablescape, pick up a set of these Tartan Fall Plaid Cloth Napkins and style them in a chic napkin ring holder (these wooden ones from Hearth & Hand are beautiful) to place on top of your stoneware. The plaid style invites a subtle nod to the season.
Who is Joanna Gaines?
Joanna is an interior designer, furniture designer, author and TV host. She and her husband, Chip, were house-flippers before getting their own show, Fixer Upper, in 2013. She's credited with popularizing farmhouse style. Joanna and Chip also founded Magnolia, a store selling products in the couple's signature style.
I adored Joanna's collection but it might not work for everyone. There's lots of other items on offer at Target, and we've gone through all of them to find the best Target fall home décor. If Target isn't for you, we've also found that best Walmart fall home decor.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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