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Target Has Released Its New Fall Home Decor Collections for 2019

Autumn is officially here! To celebrate the season, Target has released more than 800 new items across only-at-Target brands, including Threshold, Project 62 and Opalhouse. Available in Target stores and on Target.com, you'll find plenty of festive collections to warm up your home.

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Pumpkin via target.com

Light-Up Glass Pumpkin

This glass accent adds a subtle festive touch to your fall home decor. It creates a gorgeous, lighting effect that’s operated by battery—so you can put it anywhere. This pumpkin will add warmth all season long on a mantel, shelf, entryway table and more. Plus, check out these 100 activities that will get you in the spirit of fall.

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Fall Chicken Dinner Plate

Consider these distressed, vintage-style chicken-and-fall-floral plates to liven up your fall-themed tablescape this year. They’re made of durable melamine, so you can use them year after year without worrying about chips or breaks. For year-round use, here are our top nine home decor pieces from Target.

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Dried Smith & Hawken Mushroom Wreath

This autumnal wreath features dried mushroom “flowers” that will bring a rustic-chic pop to your front door. You could also display it on the wall or a shelf inside your home. You might also like these 14 fall wreaths you haven’t seen before.

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Faux Hops

Offering a vibrant display of warm gold, amber and brown, this spray of artificial hops (on the left) will add texture to your tablescape. You can also use them to fill in other floral arrangements. Be sure to check out these 10 pine cone crafts to do this fall.

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Faux Leather Charger

Style up your place settings with this sleek faux-leather charger. Paired with handsome stoneware, it adds a modern touch to your fall home decor ideas. Guests will love the rustic look! Check out these 12 things you must have on hand for a successful Thanksgiving.

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Woven Table Runner with Tassels

We’re swooning over the crimson tassels that drape off this sheer, burnt-orange table runner. The colors are perfect for fall, while the delicate fabric adds an elegant touch to your table. These 10 DIY projects will help you get your house ready for Thanksgiving.

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Decorative Ceramic Pumpkin

This cream ceramic pumpkin is a welcome alternative to traditional bright orange. Add it to tabletops to bring a fresh and festive look that’s not overbearing. Plus, check out these 10 brilliant ways to decorate with burlap this fall.

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Thankful Place mat

Keep your tablescape simple this year by choosing just one or two things to play up the season. This cheery, floral-print place mat provides a delightful pop to your table setting. You may also like these 12 crafty ideas for DIY table centerpieces.

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Sunflower Towel

Extend your fall home decor to the bathroom with this woven terry cloth towel. Creamy sunflowers pop amid a golden backdrop, adding a fun harvest theme to the space. You should also check out these eight things you can make with acorns this fall.

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Chunky Knit Throw Blanket

Cozy up with this sweater-knit blanket. A comforting addition to your fall home decor ideas, it adds texture when draped across a chair (as shown here) or folded and piled high amid other blankets. Next, check out these 25 pumpkin spice products to celebrate autumn!

Alexa Erickson
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