Target's New Home Line, Project 62, Is Way More Affordable Than You Think

Remember this moment, because you can’t go back to a time before you discovered Target’snew furniture and home line. 

That’s right. Target’s highly-anticipated, new in-house homeware collection, Project 62,just dropped online, and the gorgeous line is waymore affordable than it looks.

Project 62, Target's in-house home decor and furniture line, just dropped. 

The beautifully modernist designs are a bit of a departure from the retailer’s historically basic housewares,one of several signsof the brand’s push to connect itself to more designer-focused goods.

Fromrose gold barwareand marblecheeseboards, to velvetbeddingand Mongolian-fur tosspillows, this is the affordable luxe collection you’ve been waiting for. Check out our favorite pieces fromProject 62below that are sure to sell out. 

Queen Loring Bed

Soriano Square Arm Channel Tufted Chair

Esters Wood Arm Chair Husk

Highfield C Table White Marble

Sollerod Console Table

Antwerp Bookcase With Storage

Amherst Mid-Century Modern Desk/Console

Lemoor Mid-Century Ottoman With Storage

Frey Metal Barstool

Madrot Glass Globe Floor Lamp

Entenza Wire Table Lamp

Hello Doormat

Charcoal/White Microplush Geo Area Rug

Rose Gold Cocktail Shaker

Marble and Acacia Cake Stand

Round Copper Serving Platter

Rose Glassware

Woven Wall Hanging

Hexagon Wall Cubbie With Hooks

Velvet Grid Stitch Bedding

Modern Rose Gold Bathroom Accessories


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