Run—don't walk—to your local store.

By now, you're probably psyched about spring. It's one of the most exciting seasons, in my opinion, because it's all about being outdoors and embracing nature, especially when it comes to decorating your space. "Spring's a celebration of new beginnings—and the perfect time to breathe fresh life into your home," says Jill Sando, Target senior vice president and general merchandise manager, apparel and accessories, and home. Couldn't have said it better myself, and right about now, all of the fun spring collections are landing in stores. Target gave us an exclusive look at what's going to be in store across all three of their brands—Opalhouse, Threshold, and Project 62—and it's good, guys.

Courtesy of Target

Opalhouse is all about an eclectic, collected, maximalist look, and this spring line is no exception. Inspired by the flora and fauna of destinations like Hawaii, you'll see lots of rattan furniture, tropical-inspired pieces, and even faux greenery. The brand is also launching candles this season. 

Courtesy of Target

Threshold is your best bet for classic, colorful planters, and waterproof throw cushions for outdoor entertaining. If this collection is any indicator, blues are going to be big for both indoors and outdoors this season. Threshold is also going offer fake greenery, with pieces starting as low as $4.99. Faux flowers are definitely back, so it'll be interesting to see whether people start embracing them again. They look more real than ever, and I've been known to kill a succulent (or two), so I'm excited. 

Courtesy of Target

For you modern fans out there, don't worry. The Project 62 brand collection is full of matte finishes, exploded abstract prints, and hand-painted ceramics for this season. I love everything about the deck below, but the fire pit has to be the standout for me. Also, oversized lanterns are still trending. Noted.

Courtesy of Target

This spring you can also use Target's 360-degree technology to help you plan out your patio before you buy. So check the new collections out online or in store, and happy spring decorating!