Studio McGee Stlyes are Trending in Home Decor
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How is everyone doing on this awesome November day? My only wish is for cooler temps to go along with the beautiful foliage in yellows, oranges, and reds.
By now you would have to be living under a rock to not have heard of Studio McGee, but just in case you haven’t … here’s a little backstory.
About Studio McGee
As one of the first design influencers on Instagram, Shea’s fresh approach quickly attracted a long client roster and loyal following. In 2014, Shea and her husband Syd decided to launch their interior design firm with one directive in mind, “Make Life Beautiful.” As the firm’s designs and fan base grew, it paved the way for the launch of their e-commerce brand, McGee & Co., two years later. (Source Studio McGee)
Shea’s design style encompasses traditional and boho, with that mid-century modern farmhouse style (yes that was a mouthful). I first discovered Studio McGee via Instagram, but also on YouTube (because that’s where you go for ERRY-THING), and fell in love with her style.
Now you may have loved Fixer Upper and Home Town, but look out because Studio McGee is right on their heels. Check out their series on Netflix.
If you don’t have Netflix then you can find there here on YouTube.
Is It Budget-Friendly?
Now of course I love everything they do but…(and that’s a heavy but) I don’t think some of the price points are attainable for everyday-average-folks like me. However, you can emulate ANY style on a budget, and luckily Studio McGee’s is available on Target, at a budget-friendly price-point. Everybody’s favorite place. But if you’re feeling like you want to splurge then check out their website @McGee&Co here.
I’m in love with the style of a really dark moody wall with a built-in or dark shiplap. In the fall and winter, you can layer your shelves with pieces that reflect your style. There’s something so cozy about a shelf with personal touches that looks lived-in with history.
Then in the spring and summer months, you may want to remove everything just leaving artwork or a stack of books for a clean and fresh look. I think the possibilities are endless.
I’m excited about decorating a new space because for me … my home is my resting place. I know that “home is not a place, but a feeling”, and to celebrate that feeling you know I’ve got a wish list right (LOL). I’m making boards and saving all my ideas for my new home.