This Target Furniture Will Trick People Into Thinking You’re Rich
What in the name of tamps did we all do before Target?!
The retail giant is the one place where you go in to get toothpaste and walk out with $150 worth of snacks, clothes, shoes, sports bras, books you’ll never read, and probably a lifetime supply of women’s multivitamins just in case.
And it’s also low-key the best place to go for inexpensive furniture that looks like it’s from a legit place, not just the middle-class-girl’s Walmart. So we’ve picked out some of our faves that will have people thinking you’re a trust fund baby in no time.
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1. This Glass Top Table, $45
This table’s clean lines and reflective top are way too classy for someone who picks up half their furniture on the side of the road. So if that’s you, grab one of these to throw people off the scent!
2. Faux Ostrich Round Bench, $169.99
WTF is a round bench, you ask? Who cares! This thing looks straight out of a Vogue editor’s walk-in closet. Just buy it and stick it in a prominent corner of your tiny apartment and people will be pretty sure your dad’s a baron.
3. Geometrical Accent Lamp, $34
This lamp practically shrieks “my dad bought my way into RISD and now I’m unemployed.” Buy two of ’em!
4. 2-Drawer Studded Nightstand, $179.99
Oh, this? I picked it up at a charity auction of “Mad Men” props. Major bucks!
5. Classic Tufted Slipper Chair, $179
I think Lauren Santo Domingo has the same one in pewter!
6. Metal Table Lamp, $43
Any time something reminds you of Patrick Bateman’s apartment in “American Psycho,” it’s a go.
7. Artificial Succulent, $17
Succulents are every yuppy’s favorite decor item right now. They require barely any water and they always look fresh. Only the truly lazy could require a fake one, and if you’re reading this list, that probably means you. Congrats, Target’s got your back. Stick these all over your apartment for quite a boujie effect.
8. Wood and Gold Bar Cart, $129
Bar carts are basically unnecessary in an apartment, which makes them the hallmark of any rich-person vibe. Cop this one and cover it with dollar-store wine glasses!