If you can't tell from the magic in the air, spring is officially here, and that means your favorite brands are rolling out fresh lineups for the ~season~. Target's Project 62 spring collection is now available, and y'all, it is what your Instagram-ready dreams are made of. Project 62 is a blend of minimalist and midcentury modern, with tons of pieces spanning from full furniture sets to curtains to flatware to lamps. It literally has everything, and I want to make a preemptive apology to your wallet, because it might cry a little after you get a look at the full Project 62 lineup.
Target's executive vice president and chief merchandising officer Mark Tritton gave Architectural Digest a look at the collection when it first launched back in August 2017, explaining that Project 62 (and three other upcoming Home brands from Target) is in response to customers' desire to have mix-and-match styles. "We created Project 62 for people who are passionate about modern design at a great value, with thoughtfully designed, approachable pieces for everyday life," Tritton told Architectural Digest.
If there's one thing Project 62 definitely is, it's mix-and-match-able. The pieces are all beautiful and unique, but still designed to be neutral enough that virtually any of them, from the wall hangings to the shower curtains to the place mats, will fit with virtually any decor scheme you've already got going on.
Here's a look at some Project 62 pieces that blend functionality, beauty, and versatility.
1. Loring Writing Desk
2. Mid-Century Metal Wall Décor
3. Southport 3pc Wicker Motion Patio Chat Set
4. Tinted Gel Framed Wall Canvas
5. Menlo Glass Globe Desk Lamp
6. Glass Wine Decanter with Wood Stopper
7. Tier Curtains
8. Velvet Grid Stitch Quilt
9. Loring Storage Cube
10. Letter Board
11. Stoneware Vases
12. Kitchen Towel
13. Tilley Stoneware Dinnerware Set
14. Geo Triangles Doormat
15. Marble And Wood Bookend
No matter what your style, Project 62 has a piece to fit your lifestyle and your decor — which is both the beauty and the danger of it, since it's almost impossible to look over the collection without absolutely needing something from it. You win this round, Target!