Wood and metal coffee table instantly updates your seating area
Powder-coated and laminated for long-lasting use
Features open lower shelf for storing newspapers, magazines and more
Features: Rectangle (shape)
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 16.5 inches (H) x 40 inches (W) x 22 inches (D)
Material: Natural Metal (Frame)
Finish: Powder-coated, Laminated
Tabletop Material: Particle Board
Weight: 33.44 pounds
Features: Fixed Shelves, Storage
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, some tools provided
Frame Color: White
Tabletop Thickness: 18 millimeter
Tabletop color: Beige
Table base style: 4 point/leg
Holds up to: 70 pounds
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 249-17-0340
Chic, simple and versatile, this Mandelin Wood and Metal Coffee Table from Project 62™ brings clean-cut style to your seating ensemble. Made with wood and a powder-coated metal frame for durability, this modern coffee table offers a rectangle tabletop for accommodating beverages, reading materials and decorative items, while an open lower shelf lets you store away everything from newspapers to board games.
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.
Overall width (at floor): 27” Overall depth: 22” Overall height: 16.5” Width of top panel: 40” Depth of top panel: 20.4” Distance between upper panel and lower panel: 6.9” Distance from lower panel to floor: 8.1”
I was looking for a coffee table to match my white and light wood color scheme and had an additional shelf for magazines and things and this fit the bill. It wasn't too hard to put together and it looks nice. It ALMOST passes as a West Elm piece. I removed a star because the wood slightly swelled from a wet glass of water, so you still have to use a coaster even though it is not real wood but it isn't noticeable.
I’m liking this table so far! I love the open shelf. It’s aesthetically pleasing, and quite sturdy. It looks more $$ than $80.
Usually I take a while to consider furniture options, but I passed the furniture aisle on a whim, saw this on sale, and bought it right then!
I agree with someone else said: one or two of the pre-drilled holes wasn’t exactly aligned, so I had to push and shift it over while screwing into place. Still able to assemble it by myself, though.
I really like this table. I wanted something with lower storage but without being too complicated (drawers etc). Its very solid, heavy but assembly was super easy. The laminate on it has a slight grain texture and doesn't look or feel cheap like other paper veneers. I only wish it came in different wood finishes and frame colors. Light wood and white aren't exactly my style but I still like it overall.
I absolutely love this table! It’s very modern/minimalist and I love the storage underneath for coffee table books. A great deal for only $80. I’ve been getting so many compliments on it. Highly recommend!
Really like this simple, sturdy table. We are using as a printer stand and it is holding a very heavy printer quite capably. Simple to assemble. Soft modern style fits into our home office nicely. The laminate is nice quality/does not look cheap.
Ok I didn't keep this table because it didn't work in the space like I wanted. But it's a nice table, was pretty straightforward to assemble, and the bolts even had Loctite (or equivalent) on them. It's heavier than it looks too.
I got this as my coffee table in the living room and think it's a great addition to my furniture. It's clean and simple, which is always what I go for. The only thing is that one of the wood slabs had a little crack in it. Wish I had seen it before I assembled the whole thing, because I could have just attached it as the second level instead of the top. But it doesn't bother me too much. I'd rather have the small crack than have to deal with returning the whole thing and waiting to get a new one.