Target Is Having A Sale On Furniture–Here Are Our Stylish, Smart Picks

published Nov 2, 2018
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Target is currently offering up to 25% off select future, and an additional 15% off that with code “HARVEST.” The retailer has recently upped their home furnishings game with in-house lines like Opalhouse and Project 62, so it shouldn’t be too hard to find something you want. But if you need some inspiration, here are five pieces we love that are both function and fun.

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Project 62 Soriano Channel Tufted Settee, $266 with code HARVEST (usually $330)

Full-sized couches for cheap can be tricky–if its something you’re going to sit in a lot, it might be worth making the investment. However, accent furniture that gets less use can be the perfect place to save money while still looking on-trend, like with this tufted settee.

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Opalhouse Minsmere Caned Writing Desk Natural Brown, $266 with code HARVEST (usually $330)

Part of Target’s in-house answer to Anthropologie, Opalhouse, this desk still neutral enough to go with a number of design styles, not just boho. If you need a “home office” as much for keeping papers organized as for actual work, this relatively small and stylish (but still storage-friendly) option is a good one.

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Project 62 Loring 72″ 5 Shelf, $58 with code HARVEST (usually $80)

This leaning bookshelf features deep enough shelves that you can put a number of things on it, from books to plants to record players to even a home bar. (Or why not mix all four?)

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Project 62 Glasgow Metal Bar Cart, $83 with code HARVEST (usually $130)

And speaking of home bars, this comes in four colors and includes a unique tiered shelf for extra space.

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Project 62 Amherst Mid Century Modern Two-Tone Side Table, $81 with code HARVEST (usually $100)

Matching end tables or bedside tables can be an easy way to bring a room together. At this price, it’s easy to pick up two.