Target’s Project 62 Want List

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Project 62 is out! It finally released on Saturday. I plan to turn my dining room into a parlor/sitting room to do work from home, blog work, and reselling work. Yes that’s alot of work.

I wanted something bold and sexy to sit in and for my boyfriend to take impromptu pictures of me when I don’t even notice. This will be my room for me and by me.

Here is my Want List.

Soriano Square Arm Channel Tufted Chair Navy Velvet – Project 62™

When I thought I was going to dress this room up in pretty blush, I was wrong. This velvet chair as soon as you walk in my house will be a conversation piece. The best part is it is only priced at $250.


Geneva Glass Floor Lamp Triple Globe – Brass – Project 62™

I wasn’t sure if I was going to do a desk lamp or not. This floor lamp with the triple globe will be going next to my desk. We will be allowed work from home starting in October so I will need it.


Antwerp Desk Walnut – Project 62™

Hey walnut desk! I will be setting this up for work from home, blogging, reselling, etc. Anything else I need to work on. I will propped here. Netflix will be up on the Surface too. And no I’m not an Apple girl.


68″ Antwerp Bookcase with Storage Walnut – Project 62™

You have to have a bookcase. So I should probably get books to put on it. I am not much of a book reader. I am technically driven so if it isn’t product related with Microsoft, Google, etc. I probably won’t know about it.


Manila Hammered Barrel Coffee Table – Brass – Project 62™

This table is just everything. I didn’t want the traditional rectangle or square. I won’t be using end tables as the space is not that big.


Madrot Multi-Globe Glass Ceiling Light (Includes CFL Bulb) – Brass – Project 62™

The chandelier in the room currently is ugly and atrocious. I want it out. I will be replacing it with the Globe Glass Ceiling Light. Another conversation piece will be happening when people come in.

All this costs less than $2000. I’m not broke, but I am cheap.

Do you have items you want from the Project 62? And do you want to see the before and after of my parlor in a later blog post?

Photos via Target.com

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