I’ve spent hours searching through Target’s fall decor collection and these are the pieces I’m sure will sell out

We've handpicked the best Target fall decor to create a warm autumn space, from pumpkin-shaped kitchenware to festive blankets

Three Target fall decor items on a collage background.
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Get your wallet ready because these Target fall decor items will inspire you to spruce up your home for the warm and cozy festive season.

As a weekly Target shopper and a home decor lover, I couldn't contain my excitement seeing all the new seasonal items stocked on the shelves. From pumpkin-shaped figurines to earth-tone throw pillows and blankets to festive orange wreaths, fall is officially here. Sometimes fall decor can err on the tacky side but that's not the case with this year's Target range which is packed with aesthetically pleasing pieces that nod to the 'Quiet luxury' home decor trend.

To make things easier and save you time, we've spent hours scrolling through thousands of the best Target furniture pieces and the very best fall decor. So whether your home is farmhouse chic or 'newstalgia' retro, our picks are lined up with 2023's best interior design trend and complement a whole range of interior paint colors.

The 18 best Target fall decor pieces for a warm, festive space

As a Target lover and lover of all thing fall, I feel confident when I say these are the best pieces in the collection.

Kenedee Fowler
Shopping Writer

Kenedee Fowler is a shopping writer based in the United States. She joined woman&home in September 2022, and ever since has been sharing her expertise with the brand to help readers source gifts for any occasion and on any budget, reviews products so you don’t have to, and scout out the best deals and products to give you the best value for your money. Before joining woman&home, Kenedee was a home editorial fellow for Insider Reviews, where she wrote in-depth reviews and articles across the home vertical. Kenedee is a recent graduate from the number one journalism school in the US, the University of Missouri - Columbia, where she gained hands-on experience as a multimedia journalist at mid-Missouri’s local news station.