For me, with every new season comes the interest in updating/adding to my space somehow, which can sometimes be a struggle to carry out affordably. I tend to browse Target for collaborations just like this one because their in-house brands (like Opalhouse) always have something way cute (and crazy similar to Anthropologie/West Elm etc.,) for way less. It’s such a fun game.
The Opalhouse collaboration with designer Justina Blakeney (Jungalow founder) is one of the ways Target upholds their commitment to source and design more products from Black creators. For the collection, think: black and white, metallics, and pops of rich colors here and there. These home decor items are super-fun, and, while a bunch of the pieces would look so good together, they can totally live on their own in your home. No easier matches than neutrals and metallics. Seriously.
Eclectic (& Affordable) Home Decor: Opalhouse X Jungalow At Target
The Opalhouse x Jungalow collection harnesses a bohemian vibe mixed with unexpected details, colors and shapes, and it’s… really cool. Like, a cobalt terracotta vase? This mixed material shelf lamp thing? SO interesting + perfectly eccentric. View the entire collection here.
My faves definitely are a bunch of the lamps and light fixtures (easy to switch out and make a room feel totally different while changing nothing else) a couple peel and stick wallpaper options (in the coolest prints), and some bowls and trinkets to place, really, anywhere. Hi, mantel, dining table, kitchen counter, nightstand… you’re about to get a little bit more stylish and funky.
Okay, I know big orange stripes all over the walls isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but I am a serious orange lover (my bedroom at home is indeed, orange) and definitely welcome the thought. I think this wallpaper is loudly unique and would make even a little nook sooo much more interesting. (Click the link and look at the inspo room pic… so good.) I love that it’s peel and stick, too, so totally renter-friendly.
Come. On. ADORABLE. Seasonless, too, like the majority of these pieces. This tray would be super-cute as a charcuterie or fruit/veggie plate at a little gathering or simply… Thursday night dinner. I’d use this baby daily. Would make a great hostess gift, too.
Calling all boho home enthusiasts; this lamp is made for you. The super-tall, oversized white shade paired with the voluptuous base is such a different but complimentary combo. What an easy way to add a ton of texture and some new shapes into your space.
Poufs are so fun to me. They’re SUCH cute little things you can throw around your couch or somewhere in your family/living room for a bit of a stylish addition + a footrest/table! (That’s what they’re made for, right? Who even knows and/or cares? They’re just so adorable.) This one comes in the above cream (uh, marshmallow vibes) and in a good brown faux leather. Has some really good reviews.
Definitely picking up these bad boys. Totally edgy and unique. Like… a badass… bowl? I’m shaking my head at myself for calling a bowl badass. Sigh. But c’mon, aren’t they? They’d be perfect for a halloween party of sorts; just throw some gummy eyeballs in there and call it a day (although I’d argue they can stay out ALL fall and winter). Moody Halloween decor post incoming….
These add a liiittle bit of print to an otherwise solids-filled dinner table (which is usually the case, I’m assuming). It can be hard to find some timeless and seasonless napkins or kitchen linens (dish cloths, hand towels, etc.,) that can match any plate or place setting, but I’d be hard-pressed to find some that work better than these. I also love reusable napkins for some added sustainability in the kitchen!
I’m just really loving the pointed edges on this serving bowl. The color is great, too, especially for the current season. (Although I’d probably put it away until the spring, but at just $24, that’s OK with me.)
Ahhh, I’d adore two of these above my night stands on the sides of my bed. I am a huge fan of metallic accents in any capacity, especially with the addition of a natural textile to offset the sometimes industrial feel. (Ahem, rattan-wrapped stem.) This sconce kills it (and me).
Another super-great option for updating dreary walls; this gorgeous wallpaper print. It’s wild, beautifully botanical and totally playful, but the neutral colors dial it back a bit, so it’s not SO insane on the walls. Would look really good inside drawers, too… *I eye up the old dresser that I’ve been revamping*. Hmmm…
Woah. This lamp is…. something else. I’ve never seen a lamp quite like it, and I think it’s really interesting. My favorite part (aside from the good amount of added texture from the iron, shade and rattan) is the little shelf around the base. Give me any surface that I can throw a little trinket bowl, plant pot or book on, and I’m happy. This thing is good.
Holy gorgeousness. I LOVE the black wash ceramic + the double handle vase silhouette of this table lamp. (But look look here at the white option too… AHH the shade. Love.) It’s simple yet sophisticated, and adds a lot with just the shape alone. Can totally switch out the shade for a fun one to make it stand out even more. I’m telling you, Project Bungalow is acing the lamp game…
This vase provides a good way to experiment with some gorg, bold color in an easy way. Just plop it on your mantle or side table and you’re like… done? The cobalt is rich and hard to come by in home accents (at least for me), so I’m just loving this.
Just one of those throw-on-any-table types of trinket dishes that will undoubtedly be filled with something random within 10 minutes. Get one and you’ll see what I mean…
I really want this appetizer plate set. First of all, I love the size. I feel like this size is the type of plate I reach for the most. I also love the fact that no two are the same but they all go together perfectly. The fall tones are calling me, too. (Duh.) They look SO good in the product pics paired with the striped napkins & other plates. Obsessed.
Hope you got a little bit of home inspo from these cute pieces. Honestly, grabbing a few won’t even break the bank, soooo…