If you don’t already follow Studio McGee right now is the best time to start. Whether it’s their instagram, studio blog, pinterest boards, or new webisodes, you will be hooked instantly if you love bright, fresh, and timeless design. Like seriously. Go look right now. I won’t even be offended.
They recently announced the launch of their new shop McGee & Co. where you can find all their favorite pillows, lighting, rugs, accessories, art work, textiles, and soon-to-be furniture! No matter what your personal style is I’m sure that you’ll find multiple things you love.
With that said, I went ahead and created some round-ups of my favorite items from their shop that I think best fit a modern, organic, and neutral color-scheme style. Here we go!
First up, Rugs.
Each of these comes in multiple sizes/dimensions. I love these options because each could be applied to so many different kinds of design styles.
Next up, Artwork:
Last post I talked about using large-scale art instead of the default gallery wall. Studio McGee does a beautiful job at this, and I was so excited when I saw this list they compiled of abstract art options all under $100 with most of them being large-scale.
Next up, Lighting.
Every one of these lights comes in multiple finishes such as brass, nickle, bronze, black, antique white, and/or two-tone. Again, I love how any of these could be right at home in an ultra-modern or ultra-traditional space. Yay for versatility!
And lastly, Accessories.
I love all these items for their bold, but organic feel. I feel like the word “organic” is often falsely be associated with items that are dull or boring. Like being organic somehow means it has to be unexciting. These items show just the opposite though; that something can still be organic in nature while providing bold, graphic designs and patterns. I would love to have some of these items for our living room update. 🙂
Tell me you saw at least a couple things you loved. Ah! I can’t handle how much I love all these things. I love when designers I admire are willing to share some of their sources. I understand why a lot of designs don’t and completely respect their decision. If everyone knew exactly how to recreate their style with no help, they would be out of a job, haha. But that’s why a shop like this really is a gold mine. It gives you a great jumping off point to pieces that will help you achieve the looks you love, while doing things at your own pace.
I’m excited to see what other beautifulness (totally a word) will be available when they launch their furniture lines soon!