Mid-century modern design elements easily fit in with your existing decor
4 drawers are easy to pull out and organize
Light walnut finish brings a chic look
Dimensions (Overall): 40.71 inches (H) x 28.03 inches (W) x 16.26 inches (D)
Material: Particle Board (Frame)
Weight: 104 pounds
Interior Drawer Dimensions: 4.81 inches (H) x 24.56 inches (W) x 13.75 inches (D)
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 249-09-3036
Let the Siegel Four-Drawer Dresser from Project 62™ be the perfect storage solution and style statement in your room. The tapered wooden legs, walnut finish and rounded pull-knobs bring a beautiful mid-century modern style to any room. With four easy-slide drawers, you can be sure that you always have a place for all of your belongings, whether you let it double as a nightstand or keep it as a unique dining room storage piece.
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 side of the dresser is chipped but this was after I had already taken every piece out (which is a ton) and call me lazy but I don’t feel like boxing this all back up and carrying this 200 pound box back to target... not impressed and would definitely never order again. Terribly packaged for shipping and looks cheap. Also, the directions are unclear, horrible, and misleading. My fiancé and I have legitimately been putting this together for 2 hours and aren’t close to being done and he is very handy with this kind of stuff.
So disappointed. First of all, the delivery guys left it outside of my apartment building. No one buzzed or tried to alert me and I had to try to carry the 100 pound box up 2 flights of stairs alone. But the real issue is that for $300, this furniture should have been easy to put together, at least with working parts and decent instructions (some parts not even labeled!). Instead my boyfriend and I have been working on this thing for HOURS. I will never order furniture from target again after this experience.
I definitely think the price should be lower as you can tell it’s cheap. It’s so cute though I do love it. There will be gaps in between either the top drawer or the other drawers - uniform across the whole Siegel line. But it doesn’t bother me tooooo much. I got it pretty even. I think it’s more worth $150-$200 if that.. but I’m still pretty happy with it!!
Looks great from far away, but kinda cheap up close (namely the corners, which are finished in a way that screams "I'm laminate!!!!"). I'd be more okay with it if the price was better, but unless she's half off or something, I'd pass. Wasn't too hard to put together, but it did take a good three hours.
After months of searching for a dresser in my price range that I actually liked, I finally settled on this one when it was on sale for $175. I am so happy I did! It looks great, fits perfectly in the small nook I had for it, and seems to be of good quality for what it is. It IS a laminated particleboard, as it says in the description, so don't expect real wood. However, it is still very sturdy and doesn't budge, even when my massive cat jumps all over it. I will say that I would be a bit less impressed with the quality if I had paid full price, but at under $200, it's worth it to me. Also, if you're worried about assembly, don't be. I've had horrendous experiences building furniture from Target, but these were some of the best instructions I've ever seen... not sure what threw off some other reviewers. This is apparently manufactured by Sauder, who also made a storage cabinet I have, and both items were strangely easy to build. No issues despite my being a total weakling and doing it alone.