Target’s Studio McGee Fall Launch Is a Neutral Lover’s Dream, Starting at Just $15

published Aug 26, 2022
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Calling all Target Home fans! The superstore recently rolled out some of their latest fall 2022 collections, including an extension of the ultra-popular Threshold designed with Studio McGee line. Trust me when I say that this highly-coveted collab does not miss, and these (affordable!) neutral-heavy new arrivals prove no exception.

With designer Shea McGee of McGee and Co. at the helm, this exclusive-to-Target fall drop features a mix of furniture, lighting, decor, art, and more. McGee’s signature classic-meets-casual style takes the forefront, which means you’ll see her go-to color palette: soft creams, whites, grays, and light brown shades. Ultimately, this launch makes a case for decorating with more muted, natural tones during the upcoming season (and always really), whether that’s with a light-toned faux grass wreath or pair-with-anything chunky knit pillow. Speaking of which, these newcomers are also big on warmth and texture, perfect for incorporating some much-needed coziness into your space as temperatures drop.

Pieces start at just $15, and all are available now via Target stores and online. This collection tends to sell out quickly, so act fast if something catches your eye. You may even have better luck paying a visit to your local store, but I rounded up a few of my favorite finds below, currently in stock and ready to ship… for now! Oh, and for even more Target fall inspo, check out the most recent Jungalow additions, too, in partnership with Justina Blakeney.

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Short on seating space? Enter the chicest solution: one (or more) of these fringe linen ottomans,which will take up minimal room and can easily nest beneath a table or tuck into a corner. It could even sidle up next to your sofa and double as a compact side table. Above all, the textured trim makes this accent feel particularly next-level with a subtle hint of boho style.

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This year’s been all about green, but I love a light sage spin on the popular color trend. Enter this ceramic vase, which will stand out on a bookshelf, countertop, coffee table, or any other style-able spot. Beyond looks, it’s watertight, as well, so it can hold your favorite fresh flowers.

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At 13.5-inches high and 16.5-inches around, this rattan basket is fairly sizable — and surprisingly retails for just $60. There’s no denying that it looks handmade and super high-end, too, making it a must for (stylishly) organizing throws, books, pillows, and beyond.

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New season, new dining chairs: Bring some warmth to the table via this two-tone design, which marries a woven faux-leather look and a soft wood base for the ultimate cool contrast. Even just one solo has major desk or living room potential.

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Lean into (er, wrap up in) the traditional fall color palette via this dreamy mahogany-hued knitted throw, which pairs especially well with a more muted sofa or armchair. It comes in three other colors — cognac, cream, and green — and will definitely earn its keep as a seasonal movie night staple.

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At $850 for a queen, this upholstered bed falls on the pricier end of the Studio McGee line… yet still feels like somewhat of a steal compared to similar styles out there. Thanks to its timeless, high-quality design, I’d argue it’s a worthy keep-for-years bedroom upgrade. Choose from all-over gray, cream linen, or cream bouclé fabric, or even get the same look for less on your existing bed with just the matching headboard.