Assembled Dimensions: 55 inches (H) x 10.5 inches (W) x 18 inches (D)
Shade Bottom Dimensions: 9 inches (W) x 9 inches (D)
Base Dimensions: 1.62 inches (H) x 10.5 inches (W) x 10.5 inches (D)
Number of Light Bulb Sockets: 1
Cord Covering: Fabric
Cable/Cord Length: 5 feet
Certifications: ETL Listed
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage: 13 watts
Lighting Switch Type: Lamp pole turn knob rotary switch
Number of Lighting Shades: 1
Shade Height: 7.88 inches
California Title 20 compliance: CA Title 20 compliant
Light settings: 1-way (on off)
Item Number (DPCI): 074-02-0081
Light up your living room or cozy reading nook with this Menlo Glass Globe Floor Lamp from Project 62™. Made from durable metal with a stylish brass finish, this floor lamp mixes in a curved stand and glass globe shade, complete with a rotary switch, to bring in the classic style of mid-century modern lighting. It stands at just the right height to place next to your sofa or favorite reading chair. Available with or without a lightbulb.
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.
I waited until this lamp went on sale to buy it. Glad I didn't pay full price. The lamp is a lot shorter than I thought it would be. I couldn't use it for my living room because 1) it was too bright to look at because of the type of bulb sent with it (wasn't like the one pictured) and 2) the height of the lamp made the light disperse in an underlit and unwelcoming way. The instructions aren't too clear but it mentions screws and a wrench. the screws are so tiny you can barely screw them in. also, take note that the screws are preinstalled, so don't be confused as to why there are three extra screws that come with the hardware bag or be like me and unscrew the preinstalled screws only to have to re-install it. it was also a bit difficult to put together.
My two complaints about this lamp are that its sometimes too bright to look at when you’re not using an Edison filament bulb - but more recently, something odd happened, the lightbulb got completely stuck IN the fixture and I couldn’t get it out, despite everything I did, wrapping it in tape, using a glove to prevent getting my hand torn up. I felt like the head fixture itself comes loose sometimes and I find myself screwing it back in and I wonder if during that upkeep, the bulb got stuck too. I’m at the precipice of throwing out the entire lamp b/c I’m unable to replace the lightbulb. Otherwise its been a sturdy lamp, looks great, really cute, but I would also agree that it’s REALLY short.
Simple, beautiful, globe lamp. Assembly was straight-forward; I'm not sure why so many folks are struggling on here. I put it together by myself without issue. Using a nice edison bulb the lamp fits perfectly at the corner of my sectional and offers just the right amount of reading light.
Never actually got to see the finished project because the lamp was too difficult for me to put together. It was a bit of an awkward size and the glass globe seemed fragile, so not too sad to have to return it. I was really looking forward to this lamp, but it didn't wow me in person. I got the black color, but the brass finish may be a better option if this style is what you're looking for (and you have someone with some muscle to put the thing together).