Shea McGee Is Launching Her First-Ever Target Collection
A calming haven is a few clicks away.
Published Apr 3, 2020 1:35 PM
We could all use a bit of good news right about now, and this time it comes in the form of retail therapy: Target is rolling out a brand-new collection. The best part? It’s with none other than Shea McGee. The designer is teaming up with in-house brand Threshold for a multiyear partnership, kicking things off with a line of more than 120 products, officially launching online on April 4. Save the date.
The collaboration ranges from upholstered furniture crafted in timeless silhouettes to surprisingly lifelike artificial greenery—but we have our eye on the subtler pieces. True to form, McGee’s designs favor calming neutrals and soft textiles, and if your main decor priority at the moment is transforming your space into a relaxing haven, you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for in the mix. Here’s what we’ve bookmarked.
For Movie Nights on the Sofa
Wrap yourself up in a cozy cotton throw. This muted blue and cream number will look equally dreamy draped over the back of your furniture when not in use.
For Multipurpose Reclining
For a Dose of Escapism
Bring the outside in via an oil painting look-alike that adds a touch of outdoorsiness to your space…even if that’s a sixth-floor walk-up apartment. The chic gilded frame doesn’t hurt either.
For a Cushy Setting
Not that you needed another reason to love your bed, but adding a couple extra throw pillows makes for the ultimate relaxing corner. We’re loving this rosy color for a bit of brightness.
For the Makings of a Stylish Vignette
If arranging and rearranging various surfaces in your home is bringing you joy, why not incorporate a new decorative friend? This brass knot is the perfect jumping-off point for your own personal still life—just add some other tchotchkes from around the house. It’s the little things that inspire, after all.
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