As if we needed another reason to be obsessed with Target, the retailer announced three major new collections hitting stores this fall. And one of them in particular is attracting our attention: Project 62, the mid-century modern-inspired furniture and home goods collection, is officially available both in stores and online.
Featuring over 1,200 pieces and ranging in price from $2.99 to $699.99, project 62 was created with the Target consumer in mind. “We discovered that our home assortment was a bit too one-dimensional; it wasn’t addressing the multiple styles our guests are shopping for,” Mark Tritton, Target’s chief merchandising officer, told Domino. “Project 62 mixes patterns, fabrics, and colors, using high quality and durable materials to offer guests a stylish variety of products to incorporate within their current home decor.”
The result is a modern, versatile collection designed to cater to urban and small spaces. In need of a decor refresh? Here are some of our favorite pieces from Project 62.
If you’ve always wanted to be the kind of person who has coordinating barware (read: a responsible adult), this is your chance. Project 62’s sleek copper bar accessories, which are all under $30, will make entertaining elegant and provide functional accent pieces at the same time.
Cocktail Shaker, $12.99
Upgrade your everyday dinnerware without breaking the bank: At $4.99, these gorgeous bowls are surprisingly affordable. You can even dress them up with a stylish table setting for a more formal dinner party and use them to serve anything from salads to pastas to dessert.
Tilley Stoneware Cereal Bowl, $4.99
These simple bath accessories are the perfect way to dress up a bathroom. From rose gold storage options—so much chicer than randomly hiding your smaller accessories in a medicine cabinet—to textured towels in multiple colorways, the new collection offers tons of ways to personalize your bathroom.
Textured Bath Towel in “Smoke Green”, $6.99-$7.99; Rose Gold Glass Canister, $9.99
Starting at just $19.99, textured bedding in relaxing hues like baby pink and sky blue instantly dress up your bedroom decor and make it easy to unwind at the end of the day.
Wherever you stand on the millennial pink debate, you’re sure to love this blush chair. The Slipper Chair is a softer alternative to the trendy hue and can fit into any empty corner due to its sleek design.
Winnetka Modern Slipper Chair, $129.99
The secret to a well-put together home is all in the details. Shop Project 62’s smaller home goods pieces, like brassy accents and pretty vases, starting at just $5.
Hillside Console Table, $99.99; Abstract Modern Brass Figure Sculpture, $12.99; Stoneware Vase, $9.99
Inspired by the minimalism of Scandinavian design, the full dinnerware range is as affordable as it is versatile. Since the pieces are so neutral, they’re sure to go with any aesthetic; dress them up with bolder pieces for a dinner party or keep them understated for everyday usage.
The contemporary Emmond dining table pairs perfectly with these dining chairs for the ultimate mid-century modern dining area.
Holmdel Mid-Century Dining Chair in “Teal”, $99.99; Emmond Mid-Century 72″ Rectangle Dining Table, $399.99
Speaking of mid-century modern, how great are these armchairs for a living room? Their simple design and timeless color palette will make this a purchase you’ll be able to enjoy for years to come.
Peoria Wood Arm Chair, $169.99
The wooden Loring nightstand is a durable piece that will give you extra bedroom storage—always in high demand for smaller apartments.
Loring Nightstand Vintage Oak, $179.99
Turn your home office into a well-designed haven with only a few pieces. The modern desk and matching storage unit make a bold statement whether you’re using them to fill a room or only have a small corner to work with.
Seymore Writing Desk, $127.99; Marshad Anywhere Chair in “Gray”, $129.99; Antwerp Bookcase with Storage, $199.99
Sometimes, refreshing your space for the changing seasons can be as simple as swapping out pillows. And at under $35 each, these throw pillows make it easy (and budget-friendly) to switch up your decor. Choose from a variety of textures, colors, and patterns to find the pillows that best suit you.
From a marble cheese cutting board to wooden chopping blocks, Project 62’s servingware makes meal prep chic. Even though these items start at $7.99, they look more expensive than they actually are—making them the perfect vessels for appetizers and charcuterie platters at your next get-together.
Copper Round Serving Platter, $12.99; Marble Cheese Slicer, $19.99; Marble and Wood Cheese Cutting Board, $16.99; Acacia Serving Board, $16.99
If you’re not as concerned with storage and want a piece that’ll make a big statement in your small space, this marble-topped brass table is for you. All accent tables in the upcoming collection are under $150 to provide the maximum design impact at the minimum cost.
Mawr Metal Accent Table, $79.99
Whether you’re living in a rental with unsightly floors or simply want to add some interest to your space, a well-placed rug can go a long way. Choose from a collection of area rugs to tie together your decor and make any room that much cozier.
From ottomans that provide seating and storage to a bookshelf that combines shelves and drawers, Project 62 has several small space-approved pieces that help you make the most of your square footage.
Beckstand Ottoman Gray, $79.99; Sayer Coffee Table, $119.99; Beckstand Apartment Sofa Gray, $349.99