Pillowfort Bedding From Target

April 4, 2017

By Tab Byrum

We were in Target the other day looking to see if they had a bath mat to go with some new towels we had recently purchased when I ran across their Pillowfort collection. The thing that caught my eye was the fun striped towels I saw but we’ll talk about their bathroom collection later this week. I know this collection is geared towards children and decorating their bedrooms and bathrooms but there are definitely some things in the Pillowfort collection I would use as an adult. Enough talk, let’s check out Pillowfort from Target, let me know what you think and Enjoy!!!

Ombre is always a fun look and the Ombre Comforter Set is very sharp, I also love all the fun throw pillows in the Pillowfort collection, especially You Are Magical. Wouldn’t this pillow look great in a chair done in a gold or white fabric?

A canopy is always a good idea and especially the Rugby Stripe Canopy in Black and White. Wouldn’t it be great over a chair or special “study area” for a child?

A great look for any age, the Block Stripe Comforter Set in Black and White will dress up any age bedroom.

Get your sparkle on and “Shine Bright” with the Metallic Jewels Quilt from Pillowfort. If you’re going to have the quilt you may as well have the Sparkle Throw Pillow below and embrace the shine. 

Coral is a hot color right now and the Rosette Throw Pillow (18×18) will perk up any space for any age. 

Sports throw pillows are great for boys of any age. You can use these in a young boys bedroom or your teenager’s, they’d also look good in a man cave. You have the Football, Soccer pattern, or Baseball Pillow available. 

This Frayed Edge Throw Pillow in Coral is great with the light blues and grays that are so hot right now. You can see it in use in the photo below. 

All signs point to fun with this 3-Pack of Arrows in White, Pink, and Teal. Fun for all ages. 

This You Are Amazing framed canvas print is a great message for everyone. 

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