3 Spring Décor Trends We Spotted in Target's Latest Home Catalog

Target spring home collection 2019
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Winter has yet to loosen its chilling grasp, but thankfully Target's latest home catalog is here to give us some much-needed assurance that spring is indeed on the way. In anticipation of the launch of the brand's seasonal collection, the high-street retailer just released images of its latest furniture and décor accessories in a stylish home editorial spread that has us counting down to March 31, the day these covetable items officially hit shelves across the country.

"Spring's a celebration of new beginnings—and the perfect time to breathe fresh life into your home," Jill Sando, Target senior vice president, and general merchandise manager of apparel, accessories, and home, tells MyDomaine. "Whether your aesthetic is more modern or eclectic, farmhouse, or classic, Target has everything you'll need to create your own stylish oasis at a truly affordable price point."

A first glimpse of the collection reveals some of spring's most-anticipated trends, including the nature-inspired hue that's poised to be in every stylish home this season. Keep scrolling for all of the top trends we spotted in the brand's spring editorial.

Tropics-Inspired Décor

Target Project 62 spring collection
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Opalhouse, one of Target's most popular in-house décor brands, is known for its rich hues, eclectic accessories, and textured designs—and this spring is no exception. This season, the brand's tropics-inspired collection was heavily influenced by the lush islands of Hawaii. (Think palm-print linens and ceramic pineapple candles.) Among our favorite new additions is the Southport Linen Egg Chair, an eye-catching piece with gorgeous curves.

Stylish Target rattan chair
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Mark your calendar for March 31—we have a feeling this chic rattan chair will sell out immediately.

Tropical bath linens
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Transform any bathroom into an island oasis with the collection's tropics-inspired linens and décor accessories.

Spring home décor accessories from Target
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Consider your spring table sorted. Place faux birds of paradise stems in a jewel tone vase for a low-lift centerpiece. Complete the tropical motif with a ceramic pineapple candle.

Timeless Outdoor Furniture

Stylish outdoor furniture from Target
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If Target's spring editorial is any indication, the traditional design trend that's been dominating interiors will spill out onto patios as soon as the temperatures rise. From weatherproof linen sectionals to pillow-top hammocks, the brand's latest line of outdoor furniture boasts timeless pieces that promise to make al fresco entertaining effortless, no matter the size of your space.

Target outdoor furniture
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Make the most of tiny square footage with a streamlined patio dining chair, a simple string of lights, and a vignette of planters in varying heights complete with an outdoor lantern.

Hammock ideas
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Install a pillow-top hammock to take your relaxing Sunday afternoons to the next level. A pile of weatherproof pillows ups the comfort factor.

Blue, Blue, Blue

Blue interior ideas
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Nature-inspired hues trend to rise in popularity in the décor space every spring, but Target predicts one shade will be in every stylish home this year: blue. Whether it's a cobalt vase or a navy rug, blue is the color of the moment, according to the pages of the leading home retailer's spring editorial spread.

Basket wall art ideas
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Woven wall art in deep shades of navy lends texture and color to any space. Take style notes from Target's spring catalog and hang a few pieces in varying patterns and sizes.

Spring home accessories
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Embrace the trend by adding these chic blue ceramic vessels to your cart. (Along with a few faux stems for good measure.)

Stylish pillows from Target
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When in doubt, swap out your throw pillows for a fresh set in the season's hottest hue to liven up your living room or bedroom.

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