24 Pinterest-Perfect Dorm Decors To Grab On Your Next Target Trip

24 Pinterest-Perfect Dorm Decors To Grab On Your Next Target Trip

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If you're a girl, you probably have a Pinterest account and have come across decor items that look so perfect, that you have to have them. The problem with most of these room decor pictures is that they either don't have the "Buy Items From This" button or, if they do, the items are not in your price range.

Pinterest is a great way to get inspiration for anything in this world, but you can easily go out to a store and find what you think is "Pinteresty" enough. The whole world, especially college students, are obsessed with Target. We all know Target has some of the cutest decors, and most of them could be in the "Pinteresty" category.

Keep reading to find out what 24 decor items from Target that can turn any room into a Pinterest dream room.

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1. 10" Wall Clock, Marble with Brass 10.

2. 24" Wall Clock White Washed Wood Finish.

3. Round Wire Basket Medium Gold.

4. Glass and Gold Display Box.

5. Wood Large Milk Crate.

6. Wall Grid, Gold.

7. Ivory Marble with Wood 4"x 6" Frame.

8. Geometric Gold Single Image Frame 4 x 6.

9. Artificial Plant in Stand Large.

10. Artificial Plant in White Pot Medium.

11. Hand Made Modern Ceramic Planter - Large.

12. Succulent Wall Geometric Hanging White/Gold.

13. Enamel Tray Large - White/Copper.

14. Star Figurine Metal Tabletop Decor in Steel Finish - Gold.

15. MDF Chalkboard with Wood Holder.

16. Cantilever LED Task Lamp with Marble Base.

17. Clip Lamp.

18. DIY Light Box LED.

19. Comfort Natural Shaped Himalayan Salt Lamp with Dimmer.

20. Hexagon Wall Cubbie with Hooks.

21. Gold Tassel Garland.

22. Wood Flag Banner.

23. Deer Head Wood Flushmount Gold/Black.

24. Surf and Turf Wall Decal - Black.

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10 Struggles Of Working At A Store That's Going Out Of Business

Store closings bring out the worst in people.

At the beginning of March, I found out the Payless I work at is going out of business. We then put the closing and everything must go posters up, and began the wonderful percentage off sales. Customers aren’t making this store closing easy. Here are 10 struggles I encounter working at a store that’s going out of business.

1. Can I use my coupon?

There are only 10 signs in the store that says no coupons accepted. Every item in the store is on sale, so technically you don't need a coupon.

2. Can I do a return or exchange?

This one probably gets the most people upset. Even though their store is full of yellow signs that say "All sales final", we still get asked. Well since this store is going out of business our main goal is to get rid of all of the merchandise, we obviously can’t do returns or exchanges. How could we close the store if we’re constantly getting the merchandise back? Sometimes they say to me "I read your sign but can I please still return?"

3. Is there anything on sale?

Yes, the entire store is on sale, since we're going out of business.The hundreds of signs you just walked by say the sales.

4. Why are you closing?

I get this question a million times a day! I’m not exactly sure why. I’ve heard many different reasons.

5. Where is this store going?

Nowhere...since we’re closing? Please stop asking! The poster says store closing does not store moving. One poster even gives the two nearest locations.

6. Do you have any shoes in the back?

More than half of the racks are empty, we don't have any shoes in the back. If we did have shoes in the back, we would put them out on the rack that way we can sell our merchandise.

7. There’s nothing in my size!

The store closes in less than 2 weeks. What exactly did you expect to be left? Once a store announces they're closing people BUY like crazy!

8. There’s nothing cute left.

I’m sorry but since we’ve been liquidating for a month now, people took all the good things in the beginning.

9. This isn’t a sale.

Even though the entire store is 40%-60% off customers still complain and want items for even cheaper prices. I've had a few customers pick up a shoe and say "ONLY 60% OFF?! I want this 90% off!!" Well, we're not a flea market, we're a multinational company and we can't give you 90% off, the company still needs to make money before we officially close our doors.

10. Do you still have a job? Good luck with everything.

This is the nicest thing customers say to me because, it shows that some customers genuinely care about us, and they understand that what we're going through isn't easy.

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Surviving A Target Visit Calls For More Than You May Think

That red logo, the shiny carts, the happy people; it is a danger zone for your wallet.

A few weeks ago, I started to make a list of household items such as shampoo, Febreeze, and Tupperware, that I needed in my dorm. I let the list kind of grow on its own, adding a few items every other day or so. Next thing I knew, it was time to go shopping. But then, I had to leave UCF and go home for a family emergency. I basically dropped everything and left, packing all of my clothes, not expecting how long I would be gone.

A week or so later, I made the drive from home back to UCF. As I dropped all of my belongings on my bed, unpacked my bag of clothes, organizing my school work on my desk, and cleaning the dust off my dressers, I began to unwind and feel back at “home.” Everything was put back in its place and I felt ready for bed, wanting to get some extra sleep, believing I was ready for my routine to begin.

Suddenly, a little voice told me “you need to go to Target!” I shot up, grabbed my keys and phone, and headed to Target. Thank goodness Target stays open so late because it was already past my bedtime. I whipped into the parking lot and marched into the store, grabbing the shiny red cart and preparing to start at the groceries and loop around in my normal route. I was ready to tackle my list and check it twice.

But there was a problem. As I’m searching and searching through my thoughts and my belongings, I realized I forgot my long list I had been so focused on filling out. “Whatever, I don’t need it, I know what I need,” I told myself. But Target replied, “Yes, don't worry, I know what you need,” and the Pandora Box of Target’s tricks and toys exploded in my face. After an hour of walking around, and 2 reminders over the intercom that the store was preparing to close, I had a shiny red cart full of all the things Target knew I needed. Things like orange juice, a cute dress, a scarf, Tupperware, a vegetable peeler, a cute decoration for my wall, jump rope, candle, and so much more. With a cart full of tricks and toys, I was ready to happily get my 5% off my entire purchase.

But then, another problem. I’m searching through my purchases and I realize my wallet is not at the bottom of them. I realized very quickly that my wallet is happily stored away in my book bag, ready to start my new routine the next day. I stood there in disbelief. I had come to Target, opened Pandora’s Box, happily strolled through all the sections, touching all the products, picking through, grabbing everything, and proudly made it to the self-checkout. And now, I had to close the box and leave empty-handed. I told the cashier the situation, and all she did was put her hand on my shoulder and say, “it’s okay, you’ll be back”. I walked out with my head low, got into my car, and drove back to my little dorm.

Suddenly, I really realized what had just happened. I had made it out of Target with nothing in my hands. That has never happened. The more I thought about that trip to target as I drove away, the more I realized that I was only of the lucky ones. I was one of the lucky ones who survived Target’s Pandora Box of tricks. Everything I had in my cart was nothing I needed from my list. I had lost myself the second I walked into the store without my list, and Target took advantage of me. But I came out on top, and I felt somewhat proud that I didn’t buy anything. I was proud that the Pandora Box was closed, and my wallet was nicely intact.

However, I went back the next day and bought way more than I should of. So I’m not really sure how long that pride lasted, but it was sweet while it did. All I've got to say is good luck to all Target shoppers because the only way you can survive a loop around the isles is to not bring your wallet.

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