Bath mats and bath rugs are essential pieces of your home’s soft furnishing. They soak up the drip, drop, and spills after baths and other bathroom activities thus preventing slipping. They help in keeping your bathroom dry and squeaky clean. Bathroom floor linen makes your living space cozy and adds texture to your home decor. Target has a wide range of rugs and mats for your bathroom. Pick from bath mats and bath rugs in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. We also have in store bath runners, toilet seat covers, in shower bath mats, and bath rugs sets for your browsing pleasure. Browse from bathroom rugs and mats made of cotton that feel soft and are machine washable. Cotton mats also give a rustic touch to your home decor. You can also pick from microfiber rugs in the collection which are highly absorbent and quick-drying. Safeguard your little ones and yourself from slippery floors by picking mats that have a non-skid surface. Look through a wide range of colors and patterns. Browse through an array of cool brands like Garland Rugs, Opalhouse, Bath Bliss, and more. A bath rug is a great addition to your bathroom and is both functional & aesthetic. Find the perfect one for your home at Target.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) on Wednesday announced a seven-figure ad campaign targeting Hispanic voters in battleground districts throughout the country.
The digital, print and radio ads seek to promote mail voting and to support candidates in tough races.
“We are not taking anything or anyone for granted and our latest investment in digital, print, and radio advertising will reach voters where they get their news,” said DCCC Chairwoman Rep. Cheri BustosCheryl (Cheri) Lea BustosRepublican fears grow over rising Democratic tide Biden, Democrats see late opportunity in Texas The Hill’s Campaign Report: Biden asks if public can trust vaccine from Trump ahead of Election Day | Oklahoma health officials raised red flags before Trump rally MORE (D-Ill.) in a statement.
“These investments are only possible because of the early commitment we made to research in critical Latino communities, and build on our on-the-ground work to engage and mobilize Latino voters across the House battlefield,” added Bustos.
The digital ads will run on platforms include Facebook, Instagram, Pandora, Snapchat and YouTube.
They will target voters in five districts in California; two each in Arizona, Nevada and New York; one each in Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Georgia, New Jersey, Utah and Florida; and eight districts in Texas.
Similarly, radio ads will target nine Texas districts, three in California, two in New York and one each in New Mexico and New Jersey.
Print ads will focus more heavily on California. They will be aimed at voters in six of the state’s districts, as well as in four Texas districts and one each in Florida and New York.
The distribution of ads reflects the DCCC’s battleground map. It is defending substantial gains made in 2018 in California, and hoping to replicate that election this year in Texas.
The latest ad barrage follows an independent expenditure TV campaign — ads that weren’t coordinated with individual campaigns and don’t count against campaign spending — released to prop up candidates in California, New Mexico, Florida and Texas.
The content of the ads reflects wildly different realities on the ground across the country.
The video, radio and generic Spanish-language print ads relay a message generally supporting Democratic House candidates and instructions on how to vote by mail.
Early voting has traditionally been favored by Hispanic voters, but they have been slow to adopt mail voting in previous elections.
Initial data seems to show Hispanic voter participation could build on its 2018 surge, despite the difficulties posed by voting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Democrats are pushing two websites, IWillVote.com and VoyAVotar.com, hoping to turn voter interest into effective voter participation.
But the latest ads follow the independent expenditure campaign targeting individual races, such as the one in Florida’s 26th congressional district, where Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-PowellDebbie Mucarsel-PowellDisinformation, QAnon efforts targeting Latino voters ramp up ahead of presidential election Florida Democrat asks FBI to investigate anti-Semitic, racist disinformation Hispanic Caucus members embark on ‘virtual bus tour’ with Biden campaign MORE (D) is fighting off a challenge from Miami-Dade
All of you kitchen and cookware deal-hunters (and anyone hoping to get a jump on holiday shopping) may want to listen up. As is well documented, Amazon’s Prime Day
has moved from its usual home in July to Oct. 13 (that’s today!) and 14. with big savings on some of the best kitchen gear, small kitchen appliances and quality cookware, and we’ll be bringing you all of the best deals in real-time as they roll out. Not to be outdone, Target and Walmart have jumped in on the Prime Day hoopla, launching major online sales of their own. Some of the best kitchen deals, like , and are already underway.
We’ve already begun sorting through the online sales to bring you the best of the best. Here’s what we know are already on sale so far during Target and Walmart’s big Prime Day-esque sales.
Walmart’s Big Save event
Walmart kicked off its Big Save online sales event, which will run through Oct. 15, earlier this week. The mega-retailer is doling out Black Friday-like savings on thousands of items including cookware, electronics, toys, beauty items and more. Free two-day shipping is also available on orders over $35, while some items are eligible for free next-day shipping or in-store pickup (or both).
The best kitchen deals so far from Walmart’s Big Save sales event
Whether it’s a single cup of joe you’re after or a full pot, this Keurig K-Duo offers the best of both worlds for an impossibly easy coffee routine in the morning.
A nice 6-quart slow cooker with sear, steam, roast, bake and warm functions is also down under $50. Note, this one doesn’t pressure cook like other Instant Pots but it’s perfect for lazy, Sunday slow-cooked stews and sauces.
Ninja makes reliable and powerful blenders at an approachable price, like this powerful 1,000-watt model currently down to $69. It’s perfect for whipping up smoothies, shakes, soups and sauces in a snap.
Since we’re all watching more movies at home, why not spring for this charming popcorn maker to give the living room an arthouse cinema feel?
Target’s Deal Days event
Target has also launched a major sale, dubbed Deal Days, that’s aligning with Prime Day (Oct. 13 to Oct. 14). Target previously teased that the online event will feature deals on “hundreds of thousands of items across its electronics, toys, beauty and home departments and will be offering contactless drive-up and order pickup on many items.”
The best kitchen deals from Target’s Deal Days
Nab the easiest blender ever for shakes and smoothies at this $50 sale price. It comes with 18- and 24-ounce cups with tight-locking lids to take your morning beverage or post-workout shake out the door.
Get the crispy “fried” foods of your
The Dallas Housing Authority’s efforts to distribute Covid-19 housing assistance to the city’s renters were bolstered by a sales software system reconfigured with features that enabled officials to grant aid more quickly and equitably.
The governmental agency, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, in August was tasked with distributing $4 million to income-eligible renters before Dec. 31 as part of the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
To meet the deadline and ensure the funds would reach the neediest families, DHA staffers customized an existing software program from Zoho Corp. to automate tasks and map the most economically vulnerable neighborhoods in the city. Zoho’s customer relationship-management software is primarily intended for sales teams.
“If we can leverage technology to move faster but also move with intention, that was really the spirit of what I tried to accomplish here,” said Dr. Myriam Igoufe, vice president of policy development and research at DHA.
The automated system her team built went live in late August and started approving checks to landlords last week.
Early results are encouraging, she said. Staff now have a better understanding of who is applying and from what sections of the city, an important distinction that enables officials to better sense whether the money allocated to one district may run out and adjust plans if needed.
Approximately 1,525 people applied for rent relief funds through DHA, with 388 approved to have checks sent to their landlords in the coming weeks. Sixty-three percent of those accepted applicants came from neighborhoods above the 80th percentile in terms of being the most vulnerable. Without the system they have created, Dr. Igoufe said, distribution wouldn’t have been as targeted.
“This to me means that we are providing much-needed relief to the most vulnerable people in our city,” she said. “A lot of people are months and months behind on their rent, and it’s not a character flaw. It’s Covid.”
Dallas resident Keia Johnson, 27, is on track to have her $1,065 rent covered for two months through the program. Ms. Johnson said she has been unemployed since March—after losing jobs as a dental coordinator and a beauty salon receptionist—and has been cutting costs and borrowing money just to keep up with her rent.
“Unemployment benefits can only do so much. It’s just been a strain. And then, filling out that [DHA] application and seeing them say ‘Congratulations, we’re paying for it,’ has been a relief off my back,” Ms. Johnson said.
DHA started using Zoho about two years ago to better keep track of families applying for federal housing vouchers. Although Zoho allows for some customization, Dr. Igoufe said her team took things a step further, including writing new code, to make it useful for managing rental assistance.
First, they had to figure out which neighborhoods were likely to be the most vulnerable,
REVEALED: How mum transformed a popular $99 Target bench seat into the ultimate piece of bedroom decor – and now shoppers are flocking to get their hands on it too
- Liz Amaya shared how she used a bench seat to add a chic touch to her bedroom
- In an Instagram video, she placed the $99 Target product at the end of her bed
- Online she said the wooden bench seat is the ‘perfect addition’ to the space
- Many other social media users agreed and praised Liz for her home style
A creative Australian home stylist has demonstrated how she used a $99 bench seat from Target to add a chic touch to her bedroom.
Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, shared a video on Instagram with her 67,000 followers and placed the wooden seat at the foot of her bed.
She said the $99 bargain is the ‘perfect addition’ to the cosy space as it creates texture and matches her other wooden décor.
The video tells a ‘from store to home’ story of one simple way the $99 bench can be used to create style within the home.
A creative Australian home stylist has demonstrated how she used a $99 bench seat from Target to add a chic touch to her bedroom
According to the product description, the Target product features a wooden top with wooden veneer legs and boasts a scandi-style look.
It’s versatile, practical and has received an average of 3.9 stars out of five online.
The social media video was ‘liked’ more than 500 times and several Instagram users praised Liz for her creative style.
Liz Amaya, from Brisbane, shared a video on Instagram with her 67,000 followers and placed the $99 wooden seat at the foot of her bed
According to the product description, the Target product (pictured) features a wooden top with wooden veneer legs and boasts a scandi-style look
‘Love this, so wonderful to see from shop to home,’ one person said.
‘That was a really epic video Liz, love your creativity,’ another said.
A third said: ‘I like this, always inspiring me.’
‘I wish l had your magic powers, love it!!’ another said.
When it comes to cooking, baking, and entertaining, there’s no one we look to for advice more than Ina Garten, also known as the Barefoot Contessa. We’ve stocked our pantries with her favorite ingredients, perfecting our paring with her favorite knives, and rely on her cake recipes for every special event. So when we discovered that one of her favorite pieces of kitchen equipment, the KitchenAid Mixer, was on sale at Target, we perked right up. After all, Garten is an excellent baker, and she uses a KitchenAid stand mixer, so if we want to be excellent bakers, we should follow in her footsteps, right?
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KitchenAid Stand Mixers are definitely an investment. They have a powerful motor that can beat, whip, knead, mash, and basically do all of the hard work for you, whether you’re mixing up a batch of cookie dough or whipping up some cauliflower puree for a keto dinner. Add to that a sleek design that makes it totally worthy of the counter space, and the price ticket makes sense, but we’re always excited when we see them for a bargain.
Now, the KitchenAid Ultra Power Plus 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in Ice Blue is on sale for $70 off at Target, which is 20 percent off the usual price.
The mixer has a stainless steel bowl, a 10-speed motor, and comes with a coated flat beater, a coated dough hook, and a 6-wire whip. With those three accessories, you can make thousands of recipes in your KitchenAid stand mixer.
If you really want to test your Barefoot Contessa-style cooking skills, you can also get some attachments.
The KitchenAid Fresh Prep Slicer and Shredder attachment is ideal if you don’t have a food processor but want to make quick work of slicing veggies and shredding cheese, especially if you’re making large quantities of food and don’t want to spend time to do it all by hand.
Another game changer is the KitchenAid 3pc Pasta Roller & Cutter Set. You can mix and knead fresh pasta dough in the bowl of the mixer, then run it through the pasta roller until you have thin sheets of fresh pasta. Next, choose between the spaghetti cutter and the fettuccine cutter, and the attachment will create evenly sized noodles.
The KitchenAid stand mixer sale won’t last long, so if you want to cook like the Barefoot Contessa, what are you waiting for?
Before you go, check out Garten’s best dinner recipes below:
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When it comes to shopping for new home decor and furniture pieces, the best way to get exactly what you want in by narrowing in on your favorite style. If you’re a fan of modern decor, then you’re in the right place. We recently discovered a hidden shopping section on Target’s site that has a huge selection of cool and sleek pieces. To help you find the absolute best picks for your space, we narrowed in on the best pieces it has to offer this season.
Whether you’re looking for a new desk for working from home, a unique accent chair, or fun lamps, there’s no shortage of good finds ahead. These all have one thing in common, too — they’re both affordable and stylish. At prices this good, it’ll be easy to grab more than one thing for a total room refresh. Keep reading to shop them all and get your favorites.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Kitchen said it’s expanding its distribution nationally and said it will have its products in Target, Wegman’s, Kroger, Albertsons, and Giant Eagle grocery stores.
The Cleveland company, which used to be known as Cleveland Kraut, said its products can now be found in 9,000 stores nationwide, as well as online.
The company, which used to sell gourmet sauerkraut, now sells a line of salad dressings and marinades.
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From House Beautiful
Some people prefer an extravagant display of autumn decor, while others go for a more low-key seasonal aesthetic. Thankfully, Target caters to both. The decorative raffia pumpkins the retailer is selling right now, though, are a find that anyone part of the latter group would love.
The light brown pumpkins from Threshold feature a woven raffia texture, making them the perfect addition to any neutral-toned space. They come in two sizes: 6.5 inches by 6 inches and 7 inches by 8 inches. The smaller one costs $10 and the larger one is $15. You can display one or multiple in the same size, or buy both sizes to create a faux corner-of-a-pumpkin-patch look.
These subtle yet stunning decorative pumpkins can be placed on a console, shelf, side table, along the edges of your front door, or even (a safe distance!) near the fireplace. You can also pair them with other fall decor, like Target’s pumpkin-shaped pumpkin pie scented candles. Target always has the hook-up for seasonal candles. Oh and if you’re willing to branch out into the more colorful decor space, Target is selling Disney-themed no-carve pumpkin decorating kits that are perfect for kids or Disney-loving adults.
As always, if you’re not sure what direction you want to take your seasonal interior design in, don’t fret. Simply let Target tell you what you need. There’s something for everyone!
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