Just last week Target® launched their new collection, Project 62
, and the design world has gone a buzz.
1962 was a big year – not just because Modernist design was hitting its peak but in Minnesota Target was being born with the revolutionary idea to celebrate the home.
Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living. The 1,200+ piece collection — which ranges in price from $3 to $700 is beautifully modernist while still offering a very accessible aesthetic.
If you’ve been paying attention at all then you’ve noticed the brand’s push recently to connect itself to more designer-focused goods. Collaborations with big names such as Missoni
, and Chip & Joanna Gaines
have earned the neighborhood store a reputation with interior designers all over the country.
I scoured the website
and put together my top picks from the huge online collection – check it out:
What do you love & just can’t wait to order?
I know that the tufted area rug and the Esters arm chair are high on my list for client projects! Also loving that black earthenware vase which I hope they expand on in the future.
Oh Target, just take all my money. Take it.