4 ways the latest Threshold x Studio McGee collection will spring your home into style

This season, the newly-released Threshold x Studio McGee collection will hit the refresh button on your home decor — here's how

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Threshold x Studio McGee is back! The interior design gurus have once again teamed up with Threshold (and Target) to release a brand-new collection that has arrived just in time for the spring season. So, if you're looking for ways to hit the reset button and revamp your living space (or any individual rooms in your home), listen up: this latest drop is for you.

While, unfortunately, some of the spring 2021 collection has already sold out (a mere hours after it's initial release), there are still tons of dreamy pieces to score. From woven boxes to whimsical patterns, shoppers can add so many Studio McGee pieces to every room of their home — including their kitchen, living room, and so much more. But if you're looking for a bit more guidance and structure? Studio McGee is once again here to save the day. 

According to the Studio McGee landing page, Shea McGee (1/2 of the design genius behind this collaboration) has offered up four different ways to incorporate the newly-released items and do so while keeping them completely on-trend. Wondering what they are? 

Continue reading to see the four ways to spring into style with Threshold x Studio McGee this season. 

Oh, and if you still need more ideas on how to freshen up your space? Shea McGee just so happened to reveal to the Real Homes team her go-to paint color, too! 

1. By layering in decor to make your space feel renewed

Give your entryway a quick revamp by implementing decorative accents, greenery, storage, and wall art into the mix. With these pieces —from the Threshold x Studio McGee— starting at $15, how could ever resist?

Start with an antique-brass golden knot

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Decorative Metal Knot Figurine with Cast Gold for $20, at Target

Made from metal, this ornamental knot has an antiqued gold-tone glaze for a gleaming display that's distinct enough to further the look of your living space, entryway, or any other area. Lay it on a tabletop with books and vases for a glamorous look, then substitute it up to work into your seasonal decor.View Deal

Substitute plastic baskets for refined rattan

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Decorative Cube Basket with Leather Pull 13" x 11" Natural for $30, at Target

Add a storage solution to your home that's equal parts eye-catching and functional with this squared basket. Constructed from woven banana leaves for a robust, rustic look that utterly complements an assemblage of furnishing styles, while the 11-inch by 13-inch size is just right for stashing books, remotes, and other tiny items. Pair next to a shelf of loveseat to keep from detracting from the rest of your decor. View Deal

Bring your walls to life with art

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(Set of 2) 12" x 16" Pressed Fiori Framed Wall Art for $35, at Target

The (Set of 2) 12"x 16" Pressed Fiori Framed wall art brings a fashionable feel to your interior. A must-have accessory to any room, this framed wall art features pressed fiori — providing your wall a little personality without overwhelming the decor in the room. Encased in a silky wood-like frame that offers clean style, this neutral design seamlessly blends with any decor, making it essential in every room. View Deal

2. Bring in curves to soften the design of your home

One excellent way to welcome the new season is by livening up your living area with curved shapes. Curvy patterns add attention and modify dense edges while mixing style with warmth in a retro-meets-modern way. Items such as pillows and pillow covers are a great way to fill awkward spaces will eye-catching beauty while enhancing the flow of a room. Plus, curved pieces will also make tight spaces look more expansive. 

Add a cozy throw that adds texture and provides warmth

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50"x60" Boucle Throw Blanket with Plush Reverse for $40, at Target

For a soft and snuggly touch to your bedroom or living room space, reach for this reversible throw blanket. Designed in fuzzy faux-fur material and paired with a boucle texture, all three available shades are ideal for curling up by the fireplace while seamlessly mixing with a wide variety of designs and shade palettes.View Deal

Turn to an embellished pillow sham

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Tufted Square Throw Pillow Taupe for $22, at Target

Whether you're looking for something to match the above-mentioned blanket or need a standalone piece, this tufted pillow will add depth and warmth to any couch or room. Crafted from 100% cotton, it is both soft and smooth, while the tufted rectangle texture brings an element of depth that was previously missing. View Deal

Select a wooden-based staple to display accessories

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Copperton Wood X Base Accent Table for $100, at Target

This table offers an X-shaped frame that lends visual excitement while keeping a minimalistic touch with an otherwise simple layout, including the natural look of a wood-like finish in a light brown hue. While the tabletop is small, it's refreshing for photographs, succulents, or candles for a familiar and inviting feel, letting you curate your ensembles to showcase your home's aesthetic. View Deal

3. Mix textiles and materials for a collected live-in- feel

Versatility reigns supreme for anyone trying to establish a well-curated home, and mixing textiles and materials is foolproof for execution. Avoid matchy-matchy patterns and instead broaden your focus; try incorporating different colors and textures for your dining table. The untraditional route will make your tablescape feel more "lived in" and practical, opposed to pretty and perfect. 

Try a pottery-inspired pitcher

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77.8oz Stoneware Large Glazed Pitcher Cream for $15, at Target

Reject ceramic pieces and instead reach for a stoneware selection such as this larger pitcher. This pottery-inspired design is both warm and welcoming and can hold up to 77.8oz of liquids. View Deal

Add bold-but-useful utensils 

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3pk Stainless Steel Cheese Knife Set Gold for $15, at Target

Perfect for chartreuse boards or serving dessert, this 3-piece set of stainless steel utensils is the untraditional approach to dining. Designed in an exquisite gold shade is so glam and gorgeous, you will never believe it was only $15. View Deal

Incorporate a floral tablecloth that *is* groundbreaking

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84" x 60" Cotton Floral Tablecloth for $25, at Target

Yes, florals for spring can and will be groundbreaking if you're reaching for this 84"x60" tablecloth. Constructed from 100% cotton and featuring a simple weave texture, the light blueish flowers will dress every table to perfection. View Deal

4. Nature-inspired decor brings in spring

After being cooped up all winter long, the second the sun starts to shine, we're reading to welcome it into our homes. Another excellent way to spring your home into style is by then incorporating nature-inspired decor inside. From houseplants to wooden textures, and even natural hues — such as cream, browns, and tans — are all simples ways to embody spring's most talked-about trend.

Opt for a faux plant that looks just like the real thing

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18" x 15" Artificial Fern Plant in Pot for $15, at Target

Allow gorgeous greenery to transform your living space a la this artificial fern. Featuring a lavish green faux fern planted inside a ceramic pot, this doppelganger offers a luxurious look suitable year-round and requires absolutely zero maintenance. View Deal

Reach for a two-toned wooden table 

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Springville Writing Desk with Drawers Black for $230, at Target

Convey understated style and intriguing texture to any workspace with the addition of this desk. This elegant piece comes in solid black and features a clean-lined profile with upright legs and a rectangular desktop. 

However, the real appeal is derived from a pair of cane-front drawers in a natural shade and finished with small black pulls. The wood frame offers the resistance you can count on, while the more modest size makes it ideal for placement in a variety of spaces.View Deal

Want something a bit more neutral-based? Have a monochromatic moment with this desk

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Portola Hills Caned Desk for $300, at Target

Brimming with style, this desk checks all the boxes for so many of our already discussed trends. Available in walnut and natural, both selections include a wooden base and accentuated with rattan detailing. Factor in the curved design and consider us sold! This untraditional piece is perfect for those looking to avoid black and elevate spaces in seconds. View Deal

Still, want more? Check out additional newly-released Studio McGee items below: 

Brittany Romano
Brittany Romano

Brittany Romano joins the Real Homes team as their U.S. E-commerce Editor, based in New York City. From her start as a fashion market assistant at Marie Claire to building highly profitable commerce vertical at Us Weekly and AMI brands, Brittany has produced award-winning content covering everything from celebrity beauty hacks to must-have items from online sales. She is a graduate of New England College. When she isn’t writing, you can find Brittany indulging in yet another DIY-project or cheering on her beloved Boston Bruins. Find her on Instagram at @Rammmyyy.