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25 Los Angeles Target Stores Receive Makeovers

Front of new Target Store display in Los Angeles

Just like so many of us in Los Angeles, 25 Target stores here needed to get a little work done. Nothing major, just a touch-up around the eyes – oh wait, that’s me. The Target stores have been refreshed with new entryway displays of the latest fashion and some seasonal items, new dining options, and what’s especially cool for us in LA: local product lines as well.

Front of new Target Store display in Los Angeles

You’ll see CoolHaus gourmet ice cream, Repurpose Compostables eco friendly paper products, Matt’s Munchie’s healthy snacks, and PF Candle Co. local handmade candles. All made here in Los Angeles, and now sold here in Los Angeles Target stores.

Local products now in Target stores in Los Angeles. From top right: Coolhaus, Repupose Compostibles, Matt's Munchies, and PF Candle co.

Local products now in Target stores in Los Angeles. From top right: Coolhaus, Repurpose Compostables, Matt’s Munchies, and PF Candle co.

Also new at these Target stores will be a new way to shop for online-only merchandise. Looking for new patio furniture, found only at Target.com? Now you can see the whole line on display at a Target store, and then order the pieces you want for delivery. Ditto for bedding. And the in-store pick up for smaller items has been streamlined, which will save us Moms some time, a precious commodity.

online and in-store bedding shopping at Target in Los Angeles

Some of the stores are still being remodeled with a more fresh looking Starbucks and new front entrance to the building. Want to see more of the Culver City Target in the Westfield mall? Check out Yvonne’s Facebook videos below.

Sarah Auerswald is the co-Founder of MomsLA.com. Confession: I’m a huge fan of Target, and admit to doing quite a bit of shopping there, ahem. This is not a sponsored post, and there was no compensation.

 

 

 

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