Here’s Everything We’re Coveting From Target’s Project 62 Collection
Target always kills it when it comes to releasing affordable home goods in the same vein as pricier designer home decor brands (or even the occasional vintage design), but nothing comes close to their most recent Project 62 collection. With a heavy emphasis on mid-century modern style and a more serious foray into furniture than we’ve seen from Target’s home collections of years past, Project 62 is near perfect substitution for stores like West Elm or CB2 that may be out of many shoppers’ budgets. If you haven’t already dashed out the door to check out the collection IRL, here are a few of our favorite pieces from the Project 62 collection.
With its modernist black metal frame and its unfinished oak headboard, this mixed material bed seems way out of its $350 price range. We love the idea of pairing it with crisp white linens and a few vintage throw pillows for good measure.
Looking for a way to add designer-inspired touch to an otherwise bland breakfast bar? Enter the Geller barstool, a near identical alternative to West Elm’s coveted dining chairs and stools. This upholstered stool features tapered wooden legs à la mid-mod tradition, as well as five color options for the upholstered seat (blush, please!)
Modeled after a similar vintage style by Danish designer Jens Risom, this woven chair is part mid-century modern, part California cool. Add the optional ottoman and you’ve got a seriously stylish reading nook in the making.
This rug blends shades of grey, cream, blue and mustard yellow to create a geometric area rug perfect for the living room or to use as a unique bath mat. With a variety of sizes to choose from and a price point that’s much thriftier than many similar rug styles, it’s definitely one of our top picks from the Project 62 collection.
With its sturdy marble base, brass frame and not one, but three white globe lights, this floor lamp combines just about everything we love about lighting. Actually, Project 62’s entire lighting collection ranges from just $19.99 to $119.99, so whether you’re looking for a bedside lamp or a ceiling pendant, it will likely fit in with your budget.