When I was notified a few weeks ago about the Studio McGee for Target Collection I was really excited. Studio McGee has its own online store filled with stylish decor treasures for the home. When Target collaborates with someone they do a great job of providing affordable decor items that anyone can afford. Annie and I thought it would be fun to choose our favorites and see if we have any overlaps. I have linked all of my favorites at the bottom of the page, but first I am going to take two and show you how to decorate with the Studio McGee for Target Collection and get the collected look.
When I saw the Studio McGee Collection for Target I knew I wanted this vase and the limestone link. To be honest, I had no idea how they would look in my home. I don’t have a lot of new accessories but I love a Collected Look. You might enjoy my post The Collected Look and How to Get It for more tips.
Here is the vase in my family room. I love the juxtaposition of the antique box with the new vase and link. My coffee table is new as well. Don’t be afraid to mix the old and the new. The fern is faux from Hobby Lobby here.
In this photo, I paired the vase and link with a vintage oil painting of a boy and vintage style french candlesticks. I like the way the new vase and link lighten up the vignette. FYI the vase needs a tall skinny bud vase inside if you fill it with anything live.
This vignette is in the guestroom. I filled the vase with Sponge Coral and placed the link on top of some old leather books from @perchdecor
I love this thrifted bamboo etagere in my bathroom but it has always needed something on the top shelf. I think this is perfect. I placed a couple of sea fans behind the vase & link.
In Summer’s room, I styled the vase and link with two of Jenna’s childhood books by Maurice Sendak. Don’t be afraid to use them in unlikely places.
I actually purchased the vase and link for my office but now I am not sure where they will end up.
Here are my favorite Studio McGee designs for Target. Most of them are super reasonable. I think they did a great job with this collection. I have linked all below in my shop the post.
1. Left to right, I lam ordering the larger wood vessel (currently out of stock) but the smaller is the one I have shown above. I ordered two of these indoor outdoor rugs for our bathroom. This textural cute would be great under a console table or pulled up to a coffee table for extra seating.
2. These woven stripe pillows come in several colorways (love them). This brass link would be great on bookshelves like you see in my post Easy Steps to Style Your Shelves here. The boxes have a lot of bang for the buck and great on bookshelves as well.
3. I seriously considered buying this lamp for my desk. I would probably change out the shade for interest. This faux oil would be another great shelfie addition. The limestone link is a winner in my book, substantial and versatile.
4. I am waiting for the bigger basket to come back in stock. I will use for magazines in my office. Love this simple rectangular mirror with a great price point. This block print pillow would be darling in a child’s room.
5. Love the scribble art and the botanical, a pretty addition to any room.
SHOP THE POST
Do you have favorites from the Studio McGee for Target Collection? Please share if you have purchased any. Pop on over and visit Annie at Most Lovely Things. I am dying to know if we picked any of the same. Something tells me she might pick a black item or two. What do you think?
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I was excited to learn about the Studio McGee collection from you and Mary Ann. Of course, I jumped on it right away and already received my beautiful new bowl and vase. Love this collaboration. xo
Cute things Cindy. I love the link. My son made me one in shop class and I should put it out like that. Good ideas on changing looks up. I honestly have bought nothing during this quarantine. I have been using things I have. I do miss getting out and seeing what is new. Thanks for this post. I love the rug especially and will check out their things. xo
I hadn’t heard of the line until my daughter, the one with the interior design degree, sent me some links. OMGosh! Something for everyone. I love your pieces and the ways you have styled them into your existing decor. Perfect!
classic casual home says
Love how you show different ways to use the accessories. I think the artwork is great for the price…and the ottomans!!
Cindy Hattersley says
I agree Mary Ann the artwork is great!
Celia Becker says
I’m such a fan of Studio McGee and am delighted they partnered with Target so we can enjoy their designs at friendly prices. You did a great job showing us how to use some of the best items from the line.
Cindy Hattersley says
I agree it is such a fun and budget friendly collaboration. Don’t we all love a bargain…especially a stylish one!
Annie Diamond says
Cindy! I knew whatever you came up with using the items from The Studio McGee for Target line would look like a billion bucks…and you did not disappoint! I love how you used them in different vignettes showing how versatile each piece is how something very inexpensive can look just the opposite when paired with a painting, children’s books, and a teddy bear or on a vintage bamboo shelf. You really rocked this challenge, Cindy!
Cindy Hattersley says
Thank you so much Annie so fun collaborating with you!