Luxe-Looking Pieces You'll Never Guess Came From Target

Luxe-Looking Pieces You'll Never Guess Came From Target

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Brie Dyas
Oct 10, 2017
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Though the latest news of Target's new Project 62 collection has been getting all the attention, the discount retailer has long been offering furniture, decor and accessories that look way more expensive than they actually are. From a classic desk in a timeless style to fanciful journals that wouldn't be out of place at Anthropologie, here are just some of what we consider to be their best finds hidden in plain sight.

Threshold Carlisle Counter Stool (above), $130 for 2

Counter-height stools generally cost over $100 each (and that's on the low side), but this set gives you two for the price of one. The A-style stools look a lot like the Tolix design that is ubiquitous at skinny-countered indie coffee shops, too.

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Oh Joy! Round Bar Cart, $129.99

For a couple of years now, Target has been a great source for finding a stylish bar cart. They're often on sale (right now, there's a simple wood and brass design for under $100), but can be a little cookie-cutter. This round bar cart evokes '60s style at a reasonable price point.

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Threshold Campaign Desk in Salsa, $150

Campaign desks are timeless, making this a piece you won't get sick of. It's available in black and a wood grain finish, but the red colorway looks a little richer in comparison, in my opinion.

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Nate Berkus Brass and Marble Coffee Table, $175

Here's a surprising find: A coffee table with a genuine marble top for under $200. At 14 inches in height with a 31-inch diameter, it's certainly on the petite side for a coffee table, but it does make a bold impression in a room.

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Graham Stainless Steel Gold Silverware Collection, $8 per setting

At $2 per utensil (each is sold separately), you can definitely afford to mix things up with your flatware. The matte finish is an especially trendy touch, though you can find shinier options for $20 per setting.

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Nachtmann Aspen Glass Double Old Fashioned Glasses, $30 for 4

These faceted glasses have a nice heft that makes them feel more expensive than they actually are. If you'd prefer a bolder style in amber, their Project 62 collection has you covered at $5 a glass.

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Room Essentials 12-piece Dinnerware Set, $20 for a 12-piece set

You'd be hard-pressed to find a service for four at this price point (that isn't made of plastic). Though the stoneware set also comes in turquoise, red, white and sage green, the gray looks slightly more expensive than the others.

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Bullseye's Playground Floral Notebooks, $3 for 3

With a print that brings to mind the charming illustrations of Rifle Paper Co., these sweet little notebooks are worth hoarding for gift-giving purposes. (There's also a coordinating file set and pen set.) These can be found in the seasonal discount section near the front of the store called "Bullseye's Playground." Generally, items range from decor to glassware and all come in at $8 and under. You'll never know what you'll find here—in the past, I've found gingham napkins and ceramic ramekins.

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