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    20 Home Products From Target For Anyone Who Thinks Bold Is Beautiful

    AKA, how to decorate when *everything* sparks joy.

    1. A multicolor wicker accent table which looks like an *actual* work of art, yet provides function on top of its stellar maximal style in any space.

    the multicolor end table next to a rocking chair

    2. A roll of tropical peel-and-stick wallpaper that can turn any old boring housing situation into your own personal maximalist oasis without having to face your deep-seated fear of commitment.

    The wallpaper which is green and has tropical leaf patterns

    3. Or a roll of forest-inspired peel-and-stick wallpaper for my even more ~eclectic~ renters who are sick of staring at those Landlord Special™ walls in your place. I tried out this wallpaper in my own space and it totally exceeded my expectations. Getting to live out my grandma-meets-cottagecore design dreams without losing my security deposit? Yes, please!

    the wallpaper on a wall

    4. A mod faux-leather pouf simultaneously super useful while also serving as a gorgeous statement piece for your space. Ottoman? Side table? Art? This pouf has it all.

    5. A dazzling silver leopard sculpture to satiate your desire for a ~sparkly~ conversation-starting statement piece. Come on, how could anyone NOT comment on this gorgeous cat?

    the silver leopard statue on a dresser

    6. A four-pack of flameless LED candles for all the lovely mood lighting that candles provide without the literal open flame part. I especially recommend these for all you ~maximalists~ out there, so you can tuck the super safe candles in between all your fantastic decor without fear.

    the pillar candles on a mantle

    7. Or try a brass and glass lantern to finish off that fire hazard-free lighting with Victorian-era ghost vibes... will most definitely make a great ~statement~ piece on your shelf.

    the lanterns on a mantel

    8. A contemporary bookshelf to display your most prized eclectic decor and your beloved book collection (and to help out if you're currently running low on surface space).

    the gray cabinet filled with decor and books

    9. A tulip-shaped woven basket to toss your patterned throw pillows into so you can keep things organized *without* spoiling your busy aesthetic.

    10. A gold wall accent piece in case you've already done the gallery wall thing and want to ~shake things up~ with this sleek, metallic, and curvy installation.

    the gold arched metal accent piece hanging on a wall

    11. A framed tropical triptych art set that would pair perfectly with the above wallpaper and transport you somewhere warm, colorful, and bright — aka a maximalist paradise!

    the three tropical paintings above a bed

    12. A metal, wood, and leather bar cart because you waited a while to see if the trend would die out, and it hasn't. Now, it's high time to embrace the bar cart life — class up your at-home drinking experience *and* an otherwise irrelevant corner of your space, all in one chic swoop! Plus, think of all the cool stuff you can display on it...

    the bar cart filled will liquor bottles

    13. A pack of peel-and-stick floor tiles to cover that unsightly plain white linoleum in your apartment. You deserve the aesthetic of vintage patterned tile flooring without the hefty price tag or a dent in your security deposit! Minimalists — this one's not for you.

    the Moroccan-style tiling on a floor by a white cabinet

    14. A crystal chandelier so stunning I bet even Sia herself would approve of it. This piece could totally solve that utterly cursed overhead lighting issue that came with your new place while taking your aesthetic to new, anything-but-minimalist heights of interior design.

    the polished nickel and crystal chandelier hanging over a glass dining table

    15. A sheer printed orange curtain panel to brighten up your windows, even if the natural lighting in your place isn't the best. Why buy plain, neutral curtains when these beautiful babies exist?

    the multi-striped orange curtains

    16. A faux plant in a woven wall planter to bring that earthy greenhouse energy into your place and add a jungle-esque element to your wall. Keeping any plant alive can be a challenge, but keeping a faux hanging plant in a cool decorative planter alive? Let's not set ourselves up for failure here.

    the woven wall planter

    17. A bold graphic floral-print shower curtain so that one crowded shower shelf won't be the only maximalist design element in your bathroom!

    the bright multicolor floral shower curtain

    18. A pack of peel-and-stick backsplash tiles so you can cook in the bright and colorful kitchen of your dreams without the unappetizing process that is hardcore home renovation and tile installation.

    the backsplash in pink

    19. A patterned square floor pillow to add a wallop of color, excitement, and comfort to an otherwise minimalist (aka boring) floor. Where are my floor sitters at?

    the patterned square pillow on the floor

    20. And finally, a mid-century-inspired blue tulip-patterned armchair to help you kick back and relax inside your newly designed, ultra-colorful, and funky-patterned, maximalist dream house.

    the blue patterned chair in a living room

    Happy redecorating!

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