cb2 faux fake succulent plant arrangement. 7 shown in a short copper-colored planter.
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Fake Plants at CB2 & Target

No green thumb? No problem. CB2 and Target has great-looking artificial plants. Oh, and a few planters for real plants too. I devoted a post a while back to planters from IKEA for your indoor greenery. But what if you don’t want to take care of plants, have a horrible track record with them, or are trying to spruce up a space that doesn’t get enough light? Luckily, there are very realistic looking fake plant options.

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Oh Joy! globe lamp at Target, on a shelf at the store.
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Oh Joy! Housewares at Target

Oh Joy! has had a housewares line at Target for a few years now. They’re always brightly colored and playful, in keeping with Joy Cho’s happy aesthetic. I don’t think I could do a whole house or room with Oh Joy (it’s a bit too much for me), but I do admire some of the pieces in her 2017 spring collection.

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Target modern globe lamp shown on a credenza, next to a clipboard and pencil holder.
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Round Lamp Roundup at Target

Target has been killing it with their lamp offerings lately. I’ve noticed that in the past year or so, they’ve increased the number of lighting items — and the designs are so attractive. I go in search of the perfect gold round lamp, but end up with something different.

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IKEA satsumas plant stand, which has 3 platforms for plants. All 3 platforms has a plant in a white planter.
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Minimalist Planters From IKEA

I love plants in the home, but don’t have a terribly green thumb. I don’t want to spend too much money on planters and plant supplies given my less-than-stellar record of keeping them alive. IKEA, in my experience, is a a great place to find stylish planters at lower costs.

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Modern by Dwell Magazine for Target store display
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Modern by Dwell Magazine x Target

I was pretty excited when I found out that Dwell Magazine was doing a collaboration with Target. I love Dwell’s pages of aspirational, modern homes. And of course. I have long loved Target for its low-cost, stylish decor. They made perfect sense together.

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