Published on February 11, 2019

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When we first found out that Leanne Ford was launching a lighting collection under Target’s in-house home brand, Project62, our design-loving hearts skipped a beat. Beloved for her minimalist sensibility and penchant for texture, the ever-stylish designer’s lineup of industrial dome pendants and net-like floor lamps is everything we were hoping for and more.

Now, after a month of patiently waiting, lighting geeks and HGTV fans alike can officially shop her sophisticated collection online and in stores. Ahead, we shine a spotlight on seven of our favorite fixtures from her highly anticipated Target debut.

Over the course of this week, Ford will be sharing the pieces she used in her Pittsburgh home on Instagram to give an idea of how the fixtures live in a real space. Up first? A series of these industrial-cool brass pendant lamps in her kitchen in lieu of recessed lighting.

For a totally weightless look, park this woven lamp in the corner of a room that’s in desperate need of a buoyant facelift.

Dinner guests will think you sourced this streamlined fixture from an old warehouse or luxe vintage shop. Little will they know that this was your best Target run yet.

So long, Sinnerlig Pendant, there’s a new beachy-minimal light on the scene, and you won’t find it at your local Ikea.

Who says you need a bulky velvet sofa or punchy wallpaper to make a room feel full? This supersize mesh fixture promises to pack a room with style.

Extra-large pendants aren’t the only fixtures that can make a statement. Sit this luxe-looking lamp on a desk or nightstand that could use a little more illumination.

Sconces are the unsung heroes of the lighting world. Up your accent game in the kitchen, bathroom, or hallway with this exposed pick in matte black.

See more lighting we love:

Affordable Lighting That Still Looks Chic

15 Next-Level Sconces That Rival Overhead Lighting

The Only Lighting Trends You Need to Know, According to Top Interior Designers

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