10 pieces of furniture so stylish you'd never guess they were from Target - from less than $20, our edit of the pieces too good to be true

The 10 most beautiful pieces of furniture found at Target - we've trawled the lot so you don't have to

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Target has thousands of home decor items to choose from, with designer collaborations that include Dream Home Makeover’s Shea McGee and Fixer Upper’s Joanna Gaines. But with so many options to scroll through it can be overwhelming, so having recently found the 5 patio sets so luxe you'd never know they're Target outdoor furniture we’ve now sifted through the offerings to bring you the 10 most attractive pieces to help elevate your space. 

1. Taylorsville Spindle Accent Chair, $245 

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Part of the “Threshold designed with Studio McGee” collection, this classic frame features on-trend Sherpa cushions that will add coziness to any room. A natural wood frame is also available.

Buy this Target chair here (opens in new tab).

2. Rattan Diagonal Weave Table Lamp, $50

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As spring kicks off, consider lightening things up with this woven rattan table lamp, which can be dressed up or down depending on the room’s style. For an unexpected look, use it to bring warmth and ambience to the kitchen.

Buy this Target table lamp here (opens in new tab).

3.  Pattern Stripe Area Rug, from $19.99 

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An area rug or runner is of those living room ideas that is an easy way to update the look of a space, and this one—produced in collaboration with Magnolia, Joanna and Chip Gaines’s lifestyle brand—features a unique spin on traditional stripes.

Buy this Target rug here (opens in new tab).

4. Vivian Park Upholstered Sofa, $900 

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Another piece from the Studio McGee line, this elegant sofa comes in both taupe (shown) and cream and seats two. Its single bench cushion gives it a clean, streamlined look. 

Buy this Target sofa here (opens in new tab).

5. Henning Patio Bar Cart, $150 

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This versatile wheeled cart is giving us plenty of patio ideas just by looking at it - imagine the sundowners you can have with it. With a weather-safe powder-coated steel frame, it can serve as a bar cart, an entertaining buffet, or a plant stand. 

Buy this Target outdoor bar cart here (opens in new tab).

6. Twin Helena French Cane Daybed, $1,399.99 

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Cane remains popular for a reason, and the lines of this daybed make it feel at once contemporary and retro. Linen cushions complete the easy-breezy look.

Buy this Target daybed here (opens in new tab).

7. Becket Metal X Back Dining Chair, $110 for a set of two 

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Add a pop of color to your dining room with this modern take on a classic design. The low-maintenance powder-coated steel frame is offered in light blue (shown), pale blush, white, black, and gray. 

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8. Emery Wood and Upholstered Bench with Straps, $170 

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A bench is always a welcome addition—whether it be in an entry, a mudroom, or at the foot of a bed—and this chic design by Studio McGee is a clear winner. 

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9. Top and Bottom Peak Mirror, $70 

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Looking to spiff on a dime? Try a beautifully shaped mirror like this one, which can be hung vertically or horizontally.

Buy this Target mirror here (opens in new tab).

10. Marion Canopy Bed, from $249.99 

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This sleek metal four-poster radiates some serious luxury hotel vibes. The striking frame comes in black (shown), gray, white, and gold. 

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Alyssa Bird is a New York−based freelance writer and editor with experience covering architecture, interior design, travel, hospitality, and real estate. She has held editorial positions at Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, and New York Cottages &Gardens. When she’s not writing about dreamy spaces, you can find her tweaking the decor in her own Brooklyn home, honing her green thumb, testing out a new recipe, or scouring for antiques.