Trying to decorate your kid's room can be a challenge. Finding decor that won't break the bank is often one of the biggest hurdles — kids can be totally destructive, so why do you want to spend a lot of money? And they don't care about things like pillow shams or dust ruffles. But that doesn't mean we don't want their rooms to have a cohesive look. If you're looking to update your kiddo's room, or finally decorate it, look no further than Target. Their kid's home decor line, Pillowfort, has everything you could possibly look for. And they just released new collections.
There are eight different complete collections that fit a variety of tastes from a mystical land to tropical fun! The decor for each collection features bedding of course, but also things like throw pillows, wall hangings, and fun lamps. They even have storage options to encourage kids to keep their rooms clean. You can go for the full range, or just pick up a few pieces to add your kiddo's existing bedroom.
And if you're looking to update some of their bedroom furniture, there are two different bed options, and several nightstands. The Twin over Twin Robinson Bunk bed is currently on clearance for $350.
If you have kids who love all things prehistoric, the Dinosaur collection is perfect. Future paleontologists will love to sleep on dinosaur sheets, or perhaps have this cool dino lamp on their desk while they study different species.
Any little woodland sprite would love to live in a meadow wouldn't they? The Marvelous Meadow collection transports you right into your own woodland fantasy. Who wouldn't want to cuddle with this cute fuzzy bunny ear pillow?
Maybe you have a budding explorer on your hands? This nautical exploration theme is so fun for sea captains and deep sea divers alike. Get them this world map for plotting adventures, or maybe this seaman for being their second in command.
Does your kiddo want to be an astronaut? Look no further than the Space Odyssey collection! This one is full on fun decor: glow in the dark space stickers, a growth chart to keep track of their height and the stars, or perhaps a little alien friend to help discover new planets?
All of these new collections are available in store and online. Which one will your kiddos love?