When Target launched Project62, its highly anticipated upscale furniture and home goods line, it sent décor fans into a spin. Interior stylist Emily Henderson gave the line her seal of approval, home décor Facebook groups we follow called it the "best thing to happen to Target," and products started to sell out—fast. But while everyone was talking about the large furniture in the collection (which, yes, is an absolute steal), we noticed that the new lighting had gone completely under the radar.
A mix between the cool sconce designs at Cedar & Moss and sleek modern pendants at Rejuvenation, Target's new lighting might be its best-kept secret. If you're looking to give your bedroom or entryway a fast, affordable makeover, the plug-in Geneva Glass Wall Light Single Globe belongs in your cart. The brushed brass finish and midcentury-modern design look so much more upscale than its $40 price tag would suggest. Trust us: After you see these new standout steals, you'll want to buy all your lighting at Target from now on.
Flank your bed with two of these orb-shaped sconces to give your room a midcentury-modern touch.
Make double the impact with this dual-globe plug-in sconce.
Simple yet stylish, this minimalistic floor lamp is perfect for small spaces.
Give your desk an upgrade with this sleek black task light.
Complete your kitchen by suspending three of these pendants over your island benchtop.
Balance the hard, straight lines of a desk or nightstand with this curved table lamp.
Project62 was inspired by midcentury-modern designs that were popular in 1962, like this classic brass-arm floor lamp.
Add a touch of brass and marble to your home with this stylish table lamp.
Chrome is making a comeback. Lead the charge with this swinging accent lamp.
You can't go wrong with this circular brass-and-marble lamp.
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