12 Target Kitchen Finds We’re Obsessed With
Lately, the kitchen section has been catching our eye more than ever. The fresh, modern look of Target’s signature Threshhold line seems to get more sophisticated each time we allow ourselves to “just browse” those tempting aisles, and we can’t help it: we must create that Pinterest-worthy kitchen one paper towel holder at a time. From decorative to functional pieces, here are some of our absolute favorite finds. Can you resist?
A universal sign of welcome, these little gold pineapples have us dreaming up a menu for our next (Caribbean-themed?) dinner party.
This gorgeous twist on the utilitarian kitchen necessity is sure to be the shining star of any kitchen countertop. It’s sturdy, pretty to look at, and at only $17, we might just get two.
Functional and stylish, these pretty gold measuring cups are just begging to be displayed even when you’re not baking.
We love the sophisticated balance of glass and dark wood on this decanter.
Bold patterns, strong lines, and neutral colors make this placemat a trendy focal point of any table.
We can’t get enough of this bar cart. That metal. That wood. That leather handle. It’s perfect.
Tribal patterns continue to pop up in home décor trends, and these coasters subtly nod to the movement without overpowering a room.
The clean, modern lines of this pitcher are inspiring us to keep fresh cut flowers on our table. Or beautiful wooden spoons…or ice cold lemonade…or nothing at all because this pitcher is beautiful enough on its own.
We love those fun paper straws, but hate when they get soggy in our drink. These stainless steel straws are pretty, decorative, fully functional, and best of all – reusable!
We love the gold accents on this perfectly large wooden bowl.
Pink not your thing? Don’t worry, this Dutch Oven comes in other colors (like white and gray), as well. An affordable alternative to more expensive brands, we’re loving the sleek lines and modern color options.
This pretty copper shaker seems like reason enough to throw a party, don’t you think?