California Title 20 compliance: Not CA Title 20 compliant
Light settings: 3-way (low medium high)
Item Number (DPCI): 074-14-5002
Illuminate any room with the smooth style of the Cohasset Dipped Ceramic Table Lamp from Project 62™. The perfect piece to bring some color to a room, this painted table lamp with neutral lampshade will give the room a cozy ambience and just the right amount of light. Enjoy the modern look of this ceramic lighting piece as it effortlessly complements your decor.
1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.
The base of the lamp is very cute. I really like the drum shade style, but it's a tad too low for this lamp. The top of the bulb sticks out and looks a little awkward on the side table next to our couch. I'll probably keep it and put it somewhere else because the base is really pretty, but the design/construction of how to attach the shade is weird. Not sure you could really swap it out for a different shade either.
I do love that it's a three way lamp though. The cord is a great length, and the base (minus the shade attachment) is very well made. The color on the blue one is very pretty.
We bought two of these for our bedroom nightstands. The base of this lamp is very stylish but, as others said, the shade is simply too short. Flipping the shade over, as one commenter suggested, did not make enough of a difference; the top of the three-way bulb still shows above the shade. Plus, this is not a standard lamp shade style. The lamp has an uno circle design for this shade. We had a larger white shade we thought would look better, but it is a spider top, and although this lamp is built for a harp option, no harp was provided. We kept one of the lamps for a different use, and will try to find a shorter bulb. Bottom line: Target is coming up with some cute designs but this one needed more attention to detail to ensure the whole look worked.