$15 Is All You Need to Snap Up the Best Things in Shea McGee’s New Target Collab

Think: Brutalist candleholders and floral napkins.
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For her latest Studio McGee collection for Target, out today, designer Shea McGee went extra-cozy. There are fuzzy sherpa accent chairs, soft cotton area rugs, and rose-scented candles, all in McGee’s signature calming palette of neutrals. And after the year we’ve had, who of us couldn’t use a little soothing design right now? But the items we have our eye on have an even better thing in common: They’re $15 or less. From a chic Brutalist-looking candleholder to smart (and chic!) storage solutions, here’s everything we’re snatching up that costs no more than a fancy cocktail.

For an Architectural Tabletop

No one in your household will even notice that you’ve ordered takeout again when you’re dining amid the glow of this Brutalist-looking soapstone candleholder. Pair it with a twisted taper to add a touch of softness.

To Bring the Outdoors In

This set of four cotton floral napkins aren’t just a smart eco-upgrade from paper—they’re also a pleasant reminder that spring will be here eventually.

Because ’Tis the Seasoning

Adding a dash of salt and pepper to any meal just got so much more sophisticated. This wood duo will look like it’s part of your decor when it takes permanent residence on the dining room table.

Black Thumbs, Rejoice!

So what if you haven’t gotten your Ph.D. in plant parenthood yet? This faux fern, housed in a weathered wood pot, looks just like the real deal.

For Concealing Clutter

Jewelry, Nintendo Switch remotes, and random knickknacks can all find a home in this pretty woven box. The leather snap closure makes it extra display worthy.

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Julie Vadnal

Deputy Editor

Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.