When Target offered me the chance to Dress Up the Season and makeover one of the rooms in my house with the new Target Threshold™ collection I jumped at the chance. I had been wanting to freshen up my bedroom for some time as I was tired of my current linens. Since this is a Chanel-related website I used Coco Chanel as my inspiration for the Target Threshold™ makeover.
The main item I purchased for the Target Threshold™ makeover is the Threshold™ Pinched Pleat Comforter Set . I thought the most dramatic way to change the room was with white linens. The Pinched Pleat Comforter Set reminded me of the Matelassé pattern that Coco Chanel has made so famous. I love how the white comforter brightened up the entire room and gave a sense of lightness to the atmosphere.
Next, in Chanel-fashion, I added a bit more character to the space with accessories. I added picture frames, a silver tray, votive candles and hurricane candle holders. I chose a mirrored and a pearl-finish frames to display photos of my little one. I added votive candles because candlelight can’t be mimicked with electric lights and I converted hurricanes into mini vases and filled them with fresh white hydrangeas. The overall look is charming and I love the way the room turned out.
While I was rearranging items during the makeover, one of Coco Chanel’s rules about style rang true. Her famous rule about putting everything on and taking one thing off before leaving your home came in handy when I was redecorating my bedroom. I originally had intended on including a Houndstooth throw to add at the foot of the bed but I felt it needed to be edited out as it didn’t add to the lightness I was trying to achieve.
Redecorating to dress up the season doesn’t have to break the bank. You could do it all affordably with the new Target Threshold™ collection. Just think, with all the money you save, the more you’ll have to put toward your Chanel fund!
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