Right on Target, with black designer Tabitha Brown, whose decors are as bright as she glows

The home collection spans furniture, home decor, and stationary, so there’s something to pick up in every budget.

When you look at designer/mom Tabitha Brown, you will see your favorite aunt. The aunt that pops in from out of state and always spoiling you with her attention.

Tabitha is a designer who affordable line is making waves at big chains like Target. In addition, Target is big on inclusive brand and there are many African-Americans being represented there exclusively.

The blog site She Knows calls her Target Home Collection at Target valued priced starting at just $5. And I saw a chair and thought that it would look great in my sun room.

This luxe chair features brass legs and a colorful pattern that spices up any room or corner of your home that’s been missing a pop of color.

Lemon Desk Chair

This chair is a bit much, but your guest would enjoy it. I would love to have it just to get people talking.

She Knows quoted Tabitha as vegan, actress, mom and designer who’s limited-edition Target collections sell out just as quickly as they drop. Moreover, using Brown’s signature style of bright colors, cheerful sayings and dog lover-inspired designs.

The home collection spans furniture, home decor, and stationary, so there’s something to pick up in every budget.

Shop Tabitha Brown’s colorful home goods collection now. USA Today

USA Today:

Perfect for summer, this vibrant collection is now the second of four planned releases and drops on the Target site and most Target stores on August 6 at 3 a.m. ET. Don’t miss out on a chance to add some color and personality to your home. Like the first Tabitha Brown release, which featured clothing and swimwear, we expect this one to sell out in the blink of an eye so get to shopping before the most popular items are snatched up.

Courtesy of Associated Press
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