In an effort to provide home goods that cater to kids' needs, Target collected insights from parents to design furniture, cushions, blankets and more that are sensory-inclusive

Target-owned brand Pillowfort recently released a 20-piece collection of furniture made for kids with sensory sensitivity in mind. The U.S retailer has been taking steps towards more inclusive options for children in other departments, with sensory-friendly clothing options from Cat & Jack and Universal Thread.

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The Pillowfort collection includes pieces that are not only functional, but are also informed by insights from parents on what their kids need most. Some of the characteristics that make these products more inclusive are allowing for increased motion, seen in the rocking desk and activity chair, soft-textured fabrics in the floor cushions and a weighted blanket that applies pressure for relaxation, targeted at calming restless little ones.

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The collection also features affordable price points, starting at $20 and maxing at $100. Finally, all items are easy to wash, with wipeable surfaces and machine-friendly fabrics that allow for messiness.

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Target-owned brand Pillowfort recently released a 20-piece collection of furniture made for kids with sensory sensitivity in mind. The U.S retailer has been taking steps towards more inclusive options for children in other departments, with sensory-friendly clothing options from Cat & Jack and Universal Thread.

The Pillowfort collection includes pieces that are not only functional, but are also informed by insights from parents on what their kids need most. Some of the characteristics that make these products more inclusive are allowing for increased motion, seen in the rocking desk and activity chair, soft-textured fabrics in the floor cushions and a weighted blanket that applies pressure for relaxation, targeted at calming restless little ones.