The Target Threshold collection features some of the best stylish home decor at budget-friendly prices. Whether you’re looking for accent pieces for your bookshelf, need a new rug for your living room, or want to refresh your bedding situation, you can find plenty of amazing home goods to spruce up your space.
Yet but that’s not the only reason I like Threshold decor. In addition to carrying pre-made home decor items, the Target Threshold decor line also features budget made-to-order furniture, much like a traditional home furnishing store. Target’s made-to-order furniture allows you to customize your home furnishings at Target-approved price points. The collection features headboards and bed frames, accent chairs, and dining chairs with seven different fabrics to choose from.
In addition to custom fabric and great price points (for custom furniture, that is), Target’s processing time for these pieces is much faster compared to many traditional home decor stores. According to their website, you can get your made-to-order piece just three to four weeks after ordering.
Target Made-to-Order Furniture
You can trust Homes & Gardens. Our expert reviewers spend hours testing and comparing the latest products, helping you choose the best for you. Find out more about how we test.
How does it work?
The made-to-order furniture works in the same way as you'd order other online furniture. You find the options you want and add them to your cart. However, where lots of other online furniture means you're stuck with one color and fabric, Target's made-to-order furniture comes in a range of different fabric swatches. Unlike other stores, you can request a fabric sample ahead of time so you have an idea of the color and texture while designing your space. The fabric choices are great, including linens, a bouclé, two different velvets and faux shearling.
Is Target made-to-order furniture worth it?
It's ultimately down to your needs, but Target's made to order furniture is much cheaper than others on the market.
For example, a bouclé chair at Lulu & Georgia costs $1300; at Target, a bouclé chair costs $550. Sure, the Target option doesn't have as many color options, but it's almost half the price and still made to order.
You might prefer the higher quality at other sites, but proper made-to-order furniture is very expensive. If you want a little more choice on a budget, this is among the best options out there.
Best Target made-to-order furniture
If you love the texture of boucle and are looking for a sleek and modern accent chair, we are obsessed with the Berea Chair from Target’s Threshold collection. This cozy accent chair comes in two different colors in a classic boucle material and features a boxy silhouette constructed from solid wood.
Add a whimsical touch to your bedroom with this adorable scalloped headboard from Threshold. The Lizzie Headboard comes in a gorgeous textured linen material in a variety of colors, including neutrals and brights. Available in twin, full, queen, king, and California king sizes, the bed creates a nice anchor for your bedroom furniture.
Elevate your dining room table with this gorgeous Jessa Dining Chair in linen. The Target dining room chair comes in seven different colors and features a timeless silhouette with a curved back and round seat cushion. The upholstered chair is also made to last and is constructed from durable hardwood for its quality and strength.
Arches silhouettes are one of the most popular trends of the year and this gorgeous boucle headboard is a fun way to invite the trend into your space without going overboard. We love this arched headboard for its structural feel and soft, plush material—which totally makes your bed look like a cloud.
Constructed from solid pinewood with faux shearling upholstering, the Threshold Neko Swivel Chair is a gorgeous accent piece for any living room, bedroom, or office. It’s designed with accentuated curves, giving it a sculptural feel, and features a swivel design so you can easily face any direction you want while lounging.
For a slightly more elevated Threshold piece, consider this gorgeous platform bed, which was made in partnership with Studio McGee. The Target bedframe features soft lines and is available in both linen and boucle fabrics. It’s constructed from solid wood with an upholstered finish, so it’s highly durable and built to last, too.
Why is made to order furniture expensive?
Made to order furniture is expensive because it's made to your specifications. Unlike mass-produced furniture, made-to-order furniture needs more care and attention - hence a higher price tag.
Where else can I buy made to order furniture?
Made-to-order is great, but it's hard to find other options on a budget. However, some retailers have such a massive range of furniture that you can find items along your exact specifications. For example, Wayfair doesn't always stock the highest-quality furniture, but you can filter search results down to the inch, so if you're got an awkward nook that needs furnishing, you can find something that suits those dimensions.
Sign up to the Homes & Gardens newsletter
Decor Ideas. Project Inspiration. Expert Advice. Delivered to your inbox.
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.
Erin Napier found an ingenious way to disguise a TV in even the most traditional of spaces
Simultaneously concealing and enjoying a TV is now possible – here's how Erin achieves both in her living room
By Megan Slack Published
The best basement floors, an expert guide to the types and finishes
Basements, more than most other rooms, require a durable and moisture-resistant foundation – here is how to choose the best one while blending aesthetic appeal
By Lola Houlton Published