Target rarely ever disappoints these days. Between Threshold, Nate Berkus, and their mid-century furniture lines, I can’t walk into a store without losing tons of time in the Home department. A few months ago, I was perusing the clearance section when I came across a randomly placed drawer that wasn’t clearly labeled or priced. I dug it, so I brought it to the register, where the cashier wasn’t sure what exactly it was either and basically let me decide what I wanted to pay for it (!). I decided to use it as a floating nightstand (please excuse the blurry iPhone picture):
Well, months later, while perusing Target’s Office department (yes, perusing Target is something I do frequently, you know you do it too), I noticed that these are actually sold as monitor stands! Who woulda thunk it? Not I. Or maybe I’m just oblivious. But it just goes to show you that creativy is more possible when we’re not bound by labels or preconceived ideas of how things should be.