Interior enthusiasts looking to upgrade their homes can now head to Target for their new Japanese and Scandinavian-inspired collection.
The popular Australian retailer launched its latest line on Monday, February 10, offering chic bed linen, cutlery and homewares from as little as $4.
Natural materials dominate the collection, with linen cushions in pastel colours for $25 and patterned Norwegian wool blankets from $59.
Sandstone features in a variety of pieces, with stylish bookends for $20 and circular trays perfect for serving party food for just $29.
Earth-inspired colours are widely used, with rich, round velvet floor cushions in deep brown and khaki green for $59.
Moss and stone shaded cotton bath towels are $20 while olive and plum hand towels are only $10.
Tables can be stylishly set for well under $100, with olive coloured place mats for $5 and black graphite cutlery sets for $39.
Matching serving bowls are $17 while coffee mugs are a steal at just $4 a piece.
Embroidery features heavily in bed linens, with white and brown patterned quilt covers for $49 and coordinating pillow cases for $15.
There’s also a checkered linen set covered with grey, rose and navy squares for between $59 and $99, depending on bed size, and matching cushions for only $30.
Storage containers pack equal punches of style and substance, with 24-pocket hanging storage rails for $20 and large laundry hampers for $30.
Three-tier metal storage trolleys are available for $39, while beige baskets woven from seagrass start from $12 and ‘stackable’ kitchen baskets perfect for spices are only $7.
The range is now available online and in Target stores across Australia.