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Oh Joy! Fall 2017 Collection
Joy Cho (aka Oh Joy!) makes a habit of brilliantly bucking interior design trends with her Target collaborations and the lastest one is no exception. The Fall lineup — available online today! — embraces plenty of pattern and color, and of course, pom-poms. Check out some of our favorites.
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The graphic black-and-white dots are fun and timeless, but the lucite legs make this chair very 2017. The collection's upholstered pieces are Joy's second collaboration with the Chicago-based customizable furniture outfit, Cloth & Company.
Buy It! Oh Joy! Arm chair with acrylic legs, $499.99; target.com
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Shapely gold stools are the perfect flexible piece to break up a room full of rectangular furniture.
Buy It! Oh Joy! Patterned stool, $79.99; target.com
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It wouldn't be an Oh Joy! collection without a good dose of glam. These gold vessels can serve a number of purposes, as illustrated here.
Buy It! Oh Joy! Gold bud vase trio, $24.99; target.com
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A feminine settee with cool exposed seams is topped with an unabashedly sweet pom-pom heart pillow.
Buy It! Oh Joy! French seam settee, $999.99-$1099.99; and Velvet pom heart pillow, $29.99; target.com
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More gilded finds, including an adorable "HI" vase set, will upgrade any dresser or desk. The decorations on the wall are actually coasters.
Buy It! Oh Joy! Gold spot coasters, $16.99 for four; Jewelry boxes, $29.99 (large), $24.99 (small); Gold pitcher, $34.99; Peacock figure, $14.99; Squirrel figure, $12.99; Fox figure, $14.99; Candle votive set, $9.99 for two; target.com
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This spare but shapely bar cart gets a graphic update with bright turquoise and kelly green trays, while a midcentury-style armchair feels perfectly 21st century with a girly-meets-abstract print.
Buy It! Oh Joy! Bar cart, $129.99; Button-tufted chair, $549.99; target.com
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