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Target Living Room Furniture

Target Living Room Furniture

× Expand That tufted Target sofa looks pretty darn good in the Sunday insert, but how would it at home? Now you don’t have to order it to find out—the hometown retailer just introduced 360 degree online shopping—starting with the living room. Target is using computer generated imagery (CGI)—the same technology that makes it possible to shop a room in a TV show on Amazon.com. With CGI, you can click around a room—looking up and down; zooming in and out— to see how the furniture and accessories work together. Choose from modern, midcentury, farmhouse, and traditional styles. 
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Target Living Room Furniture

“We’re constantly searching for new ways to inspire our gusts and make shopping at Target an easy and inspiring experience,” says Target’s Chief Digital Officer Mike McNamara. “And we’re just beginning to tap the power of CGI with this virtual reality living room—there’s a ton of potential to create even richer, engaging digital experiences for our guests.”
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Target Living Room Furniture

Target plans to more than double its CGI team this year, a company spokeswoman said, hiring more than 40. So expect more virtual experiences from Target. Of course, last week Target also announced plans to test a household essentials delivery service in the Twin Cities. Target Restock is designed to save customers’ time by delivering their go-to brands of laundry detergent, paper towels, and the like next day. It’s a necessary addition if Target is to remain competitive with Amazon.com, but it does fly directly in the face of what has long made Target different and special: the Target run. That’s the way we go for paper towel, and end up spending $100 on pillows and candles, swimsuits, and sandals. The retailer itself has played up this pop culture shopping phenomenon.
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Target Living Room Furniture

So I’m thinking if Target can create a virtual run, where we can be tempted by smart looking side tables on our way to check the online box that will refill the dog food, that could really be a thing. 
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Target Living Room Furniture

Target plans to more than double its CGI team this year, a company spokeswoman said, hiring more than 40. So expect more virtual experiences from Target. Of course, last week Target also announced plans to test a household essentials delivery service in the Twin Cities. Target Restock is designed to save customers’ time by delivering their go-to brands of laundry detergent, paper towels, and the like next day. It’s a necessary addition if Target is to remain competitive with Amazon.com, but it does fly directly in the face of what has long made Target different and special: the Target run. That’s the way we go for paper towel, and end up spending $100 on pillows and candles, swimsuits, and sandals. The retailer itself has played up this pop culture shopping phenomenon.
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Target Living Room Furniture

This Weekend Home Makeover Is A StunnerChloe DaleySee All SlidesBegin SlideshowMakeovers are laborious affairs. Rarely do they happen overnight without a massive behind-the-scenes remodeling team. So, we were a bit stunned to see this Los Angeles home redo by Target home style expert and stylist Emily Henderson, which was completed in a single weekend (with a design team of three, and a budget of about $3,000). The dilemma? Couple Erin and Carson had recently bought a place and moved in, but their furniture was too big and awkward for the new space. Plus, they’d outgrown a lot of it.  Click through for the exclusive story, all of Henderson’s styling tips, and a video of the whole process, from clearing out to styling. The result is a light-filled, midcentury-style space, with a living and dining room that seamlessly combine old and new pieces. Our one remaining question is whether she’ll do our place next. Begin Slideshow Go BackCheap Living Room Makeover – Emily Henderson, TargetHome • Living • Living Room Ideas • Los Angeles • Shopping • Target • What To Buy Now
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Target Living Room Furniture

See All SlidesBegin SlideshowMakeovers are laborious affairs. Rarely do they happen overnight without a massive behind-the-scenes remodeling team. So, we were a bit stunned to see this Los Angeles home redo by Target home style expert and stylist Emily Henderson, which was completed in a single weekend (with a design team of three, and a budget of about $3,000). The dilemma? Couple Erin and Carson had recently bought a place and moved in, but their furniture was too big and awkward for the new space. Plus, they’d outgrown a lot of it.  Click through for the exclusive story, all of Henderson’s styling tips, and a video of the whole process, from clearing out to styling. The result is a light-filled, midcentury-style space, with a living and dining room that seamlessly combine old and new pieces. Our one remaining question is whether she’ll do our place next. Begin Slideshow Go BackCheap Living Room Makeover – Emily Henderson, TargetHome • Living • Living Room Ideas • Los Angeles • Shopping • Target • What To Buy Now
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Target Living Room Furniture

That tufted Target sofa looks pretty darn good in the Sunday insert, but how would it at home? Now you don’t have to order it to find out—the hometown retailer just introduced 360 degree online shopping—starting with the living room. Target is using computer generated imagery (CGI)—the same technology that makes it possible to shop a room in a TV show on Amazon.com. With CGI, you can click around a room—looking up and down; zooming in and out— to see how the furniture and accessories work together. Choose from modern, midcentury, farmhouse, and traditional styles. 
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We’re taking a cue from Hollywood, using the same computer-generated imagery (“CGI,” if you want to get techy) that powers your favorite blockbuster moments to create an incredible—and shoppable—360-degree virtual reality-like experience on Target.com. No cardboard goggles, special apps or hoops to jump through. Just settle in on your couch, head to Target.com and choose one of our curated living room looks (modern, farmhouse, mid-century or traditional). Then browse about 140 featured products, from rugs and sofas to wall hangings and decorative throws—in a virtual living room designed to help guests visualize size and scale of items and provide some tips on styling. Then that perfect find is just a couple clicks away from being in your cart.
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“We’re constantly searching for new ways to inspire our guests and make shopping at Target an easy and inspiring experience,” says Mike McNamara, chief digital officer, Target. “And we’re just beginning to tap the power of CGI with this virtual reality living room—there’s a ton of potential to create even richer, engaging digital experiences for our guests.”
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“We’re constantly searching for new ways to inspire our gusts and make shopping at Target an easy and inspiring experience,” says Target’s Chief Digital Officer Mike McNamara. “And we’re just beginning to tap the power of CGI with this virtual reality living room—there’s a ton of potential to create even richer, engaging digital experiences for our guests.”
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowMakeovers are laborious affairs. Rarely do they happen overnight without a massive behind-the-scenes remodeling team. So, we were a bit stunned to see this Los Angeles home redo by Target home style expert and stylist Emily Henderson, which was completed in a single weekend (with a design team of three, and a budget of about $3,000). The dilemma? Couple Erin and Carson had recently bought a place and moved in, but their furniture was too big and awkward for the new space. Plus, they’d outgrown a lot of it.  Click through for the exclusive story, all of Henderson’s styling tips, and a video of the whole process, from clearing out to styling. The result is a light-filled, midcentury-style space, with a living and dining room that seamlessly combine old and new pieces. Our one remaining question is whether she’ll do our place next. Begin Slideshow Go Back
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See All SlidesBegin SlideshowMakeovers are laborious affairs. Rarely do they happen overnight without a massive behind-the-scenes remodeling team. So, we were a bit stunned to see this Los Angeles home redo by Target home style expert and stylist Emily Henderson, which was completed in a single weekend (with a design team of three, and a budget of about $3,000). The dilemma? Couple Erin and Carson had recently bought a place and moved in, but their furniture was too big and awkward for the new space. Plus, they’d outgrown a lot of it.  Click through for the exclusive story, all of Henderson’s styling tips, and a video of the whole process, from clearing out to styling. The result is a light-filled, midcentury-style space, with a living and dining room that seamlessly combine old and new pieces. Our one remaining question is whether she’ll do our place next. Begin Slideshow
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Makeovers are laborious affairs. Rarely do they happen overnight without a massive behind-the-scenes remodeling team. So, we were a bit stunned to see this Los Angeles home redo by Target home style expert and stylist Emily Henderson, which was completed in a single weekend (with a design team of three, and a budget of about $3,000). The dilemma? Couple Erin and Carson had recently bought a place and moved in, but their furniture was too big and awkward for the new space. Plus, they’d outgrown a lot of it.  Click through for the exclusive story, all of Henderson’s styling tips, and a video of the whole process, from clearing out to styling. The result is a light-filled, midcentury-style space, with a living and dining room that seamlessly combine old and new pieces. Our one remaining question is whether she’ll do our place next. Begin Slideshow

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