The collaboration with Cloth & Co, sold exclusively at Target.com, isn't shy on color. Here are our favorite pieces.
Lately, Target's home design offerings have been hitting the, well, bullseye. We're thrilled to hear of a collaboration between designer Bri Emery of Designlovefest and custom furniture brand Cloth & Company. The line, sold exclusively at Target.com, focuses on the elements each brand does best: fun, punchy patterns and midcentury modern furniture designs.
This showstopper furniture collection is full of smaller, apartment-friendly pieces. Although the line comes with a higher price point, the design and quality is well worth the splurge.
Eclectic prints meet minimalist design with this accent chair. The seat comes in four pretty patterns, with options that showcase Emery's penchant for fun prints as well as subdued fabrics. Our favorite pattern is made from thin lines and shapes in a seemingly random pattern, while another features pale pink polka dots. Or you can opt for a funky watercolor cactus design for a cheeky spin on southwestern style.
Channel your inner indie goddess with these southwest-inspired curtains. Released in two perfectly pink patterns, you may want to redecorate a room just to match these panels. This design reminds us of music festivals and warm summer nights, but you can also find Emery's panels in a lighter pink polka dot pattern. The Designlovefest collection also offers blackout curtains, which are great for bedrooms, or unlined curtains, which let a little light shine though to brighten a space.
Sitting on a cactus doesn't sound too comfy, but it can be with this fun bench featuring a beautiful watercolor print of cacti. The green and pink plants provide the perfect design for an accent bench to pair with your dining room table or living room bay window. The cone-shaped legs are an ode to midcentury modern design, much like the rest of the collection. All this comes together to make a bench that belongs in a millennial's dream home.
If you haven't already, it's time to fall in love with the loveseat trend. These apartment-friendly sofas are perfect for small living rooms, but they can—and should—be used in larger homes, too. Think of how welcoming an open foyer would look with a cute plush seat, like this one by Desginlovefest. Topped with a throw pillow or two, you've got the perfect place to sit and tie your shoes or to enjoy a cup of tea. The loveseat features the same cone-shaped legs as the other furniture in this collection so you can easily mix and match pieces for an eclectic yet cohesive seating area.
A beautifully made bed without a headboard is like the perfect outfit without shoes: It's just not quite finished yet. The platform bed by Designlovefest includes a stunning headboard and base with gold-plated legs. The bed comes in two patterns: The soft pink geometric look shown above or a pink, gold, and indigo brushstroke design. Upholstered with cotton linen, the bed frame is a cozy spot to lean against with a good book or a well-used journal. From twin to California king, this platform frame will fit any style bed.
When it comes to patterns, we're all in—most of the time. A couch is one of those items that is best left as a solid color. This collection offers a sectional couch in four gorgeous colors. White, teal, blush, and conifer green will add a layer of elegance to any living room. The extra-wide cushions allow for maximum comfort while gold legs offer the perfect finishing touch. Toss a few wild patterns into the mix in the form of throw pillows, blankets, and layered rugs for a trendy gathering space.