Target’s Deal Days for 2022 Are Here!

Target’s Deal Days for 2022 Are Here!

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Not to be outdone by Amazon Prime Day, Target is running their annual three-day summer sale extravaganza, “Target Deal Days,” exclusively online and in the Target app until the end of tomorrow (July 13). While the deals span several categories, including food and beverage, tech, beauty, toys, and fashion, home decor is a chief category for big savings. And if you love Target’s exclusive in-house brands, you’re going to like what’s being offered up at a discount this year.

The college supplies category also features deals to the tune of up to 25 percent off as does the back-to-school assortment (up to 30 percent off), just in case you want to get a bit of a jump on those shopping seasons. All of the Target Deal Days prices are available to anyone — no membership necessary — and, if available at a store near you, items can be ordered for in-store or contactless pick-up if you can’t wait for shipping.

Danielle Blundell

Home Editor

Danielle Blundell is AT’s Home Director and covers decorating and design. She loves homes, heels, the history of art, and hockey—but not necessarily always in that order.

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Target Just Launched Studio McGee’s Summer 2022 Collection

Target Just Launched Studio McGee’s Summer 2022 Collection

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Over 200 new products spanning the categories of textiles, decorative accents, furniture, rugs, faux plants, and more will be rolling out during this summer drop, and fans of Studio McGee’s classic yet casual aesthetic can expect more of the same from this iteration of the Threshold collaboration. In typical fashion, pieces generally fall into Shea McGee’s bright and clean palette that favors neutrals like cream, white, and gray mixed with lived-in matte metal and wooden finishes as well as textural woven touches. That means that this assortment builds upon and works well with earlier Threshold with Studio McGee offerings as well as items from Studio McGee’s more luxury-priced McGee and Co. line. Browsing some of the latest pieces (pictured above and below with McGee herself) suggests McGee is leaning into curvier silhouettes for chairs, adding woven trims to upholstered pieces, and using gray soapstone, a warm but rustic rock, even when polished, for small accessories like bookends.

Prices start at $15, and the collection is available at Target stores and online now. Certain styles do tend to sell out, and items will be trickling into stores over the next couple of weeks. If you can’t find what you’re looking for online, be sure to check your local Target for their offerings. If you can’t get enough Studio McGee style in your life, the third season of “Dream Home” will be streaming next month.

Danielle Blundell

Home Editor

Danielle Blundell is AT’s Home Director and covers decorating and design. She loves homes, heels, the history of art, and hockey—but not necessarily always in that order.

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This Mod Light Fixture From Target Adds So Much Visual Interest to My Bedroom

This Mod Light Fixture From Target Adds So Much Visual Interest to My Bedroom

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Funnily enough, I didn’t plan on purchasing lighting when Studio McGee launched its latest collection at Target. I’d say about 80 percent of my Target purchases are things I didn’t have any intention of buying but couldn’t resist anyway. No, I don’t know if that’s a real statistic, but it seems like a pretty decent guess to me!

Anyway, while browsing Studio McGee’s latest arrivals a few weeks back, I realized that the white Dome Chandelier would be perfect for my bedroom. Sure, my existing chandelier was fine, but this light always felt a little small for the space, and it always appeared a bit crooked, no matter what I did. The fact that I could scrap it and order a stylish overhead fixture that would arrive at my apartment in just two days and not require me to shell out major money seemed like a solid option to me. 

When the Studio McGee fixture arrived, it was actually a lot larger than I had expected. I’m usually pretty good at looking at measurements online and visualizing how a piece will appear in my space, but I missed the mark a bit here. (It’s 44 inches wide for reference). I’m actually more than okay with my shortsightedness though; the oversized scale looks amazing. The fixture makes such a bold, modern statement in my bedroom, which otherwise leans pretty vintage-inspired, and I love that stylistic juxtaposition going on. Also, because it’s white and so is my ceiling, it recedes a bit into space despite its size. Hello, visual interest!

To give the piece (and my room as a whole) a little more oomph, I paired it with this ornate looking ceiling medallion that I purchased on Amazon. When I hired an electrician to come by to install the Studio McGee fixture, he dealt with this component for me as well, and I’m so thrilled with the overall look. Who has to know that my place isn’t actually historic and full of vintage charm? No one! (Well, other than you all!).

While $220 isn’t cheap cheap, it’s definitely toward the lower end when it comes to nice, sizable overhead light fixtures, so I felt like I was getting a deal when I ordered this piece. The fact that it was easy for the TaskRabbit I hired to hang it was another perk; trust me, I have definitely purchased some super complex pieces of lighting in the past! All that’s to say, if you’re on the fence about ordering this guy, I 100 percent encourage you to go for it. You can thank me later. 

Yankee Candle Just Launched Its Prettiest Collection, Plus Two New Target Scents

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Blair is Apartment Therapy’s Style Shopping Editor, where she covers the latest brand launches, need-to-buys, and anything related to her two unofficial beats — cane and rattan. Whenever she’s not perusing for the latest home finds (a rarity), you’ll probably find her reading, watching a horror film, or on the hunt for the best tacos in New York (recs are encouraged).

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Target’s Studio McGee Spring 2022 Collection Is Finally Here

Target’s Studio McGee Spring 2022 Collection Is Finally Here

Blair Donovan

Shopping Editor, Style

Blair is Apartment Therapy’s Style Shopping Editor, where she covers the latest brand launches, need-to-buys, and anything related to her two unofficial beats — cane and rattan. Whenever she’s not perusing for the latest home finds (a rarity), you’ll probably find her reading, watching a horror film, or on the hunt for the best tacos in New York (recs are encouraged).

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