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Target has been hinting about the release of its new budget mid-century modern furniture line all summer. The suspense probably killed a few design fanatics. For the survivors, Project 62, the retailer’s Scandinavian mod/mid-century modern collection of furniture and home accents, is finally available online.
According to Target, “1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.”
Have you been wanting to have a hip and modern home without the hit to your wallet? Check out these stunning pieces (and the price tag!) from their collection of nearly a thousand. Don’t wait too long to get yours, availability and color options change daily.
Antwerp 44″ Entertainment Stand, $260. Perfect for your record collection or flat screen TV.
A fabulous and faux square terrarium for those among us without a green thumb, $17.
A modernist tufted multipurpose bench: Copan Mid Century Bench, $140
Delavan Tripod Floor Lamp, $80. Available in 4 finishes including gold, silver, and black.
An instant abstract modern wall gallery can be yours with this framed 3 pack of art for $65.
The Hafley 2 Drawer Storage Console for $100 is perfect for your entryway or living room. Also available in 2 other colors.
The Siegel Pull tufted and upholstered bed starts at $420, depending on the size, and comes in a few fabric options. Or you can just get the headboard, starting at $210.
The Ogee pillow is retro chic for only $17.
Great in small spaces and anywhere you need storage, the Loring 34″ Bookcase is $200 and is built with a metal frame and beautiful wood grain detail.
The Hexagon Wall Cubby has shelves, a mirror and hooks to make function cool again. $25
The Hillside Console Table is only $100 and is a great architectural mini console for your kitchen, entryway, or living room.
The Loring Writing Desk is a stylish combo of white oak and a black metal frame for $110. You can add the coordinating bookcase for another $100.
The Oster Chrome Base Slipper Chair comes in black or white and costs $200 each.
For only $30, why not buy a couple of these wall hangings and use them as a headboard?
The french seaming on the Troxell Small Ottoman adds a tailored look to these everyday cubes. $80 each.
The gorgeous table base of the Emmond Mid Century 72″ Table for $400 is pure mid-century style. Shown with the Holmdel Chair, which comes in several colors for $100 each.
You’ll hang around the breakfast bar a little longer thanks to the Ewing 24″ Counter Stools, $70 each or get the taller 29″ Ewing Bar Stools for $80 each.
For $130, you can get the Whitney 3-pack of accent tables that stack for storing. Use them to replace a bulky coffee table.
What’s your favorite piece from Target’s Project 62?