Shea McGee’s new collaboration with Target is the summer collection your home has been waiting for

Shea McGee just launched a new collection with Target, which focuses on fun summer patterns and materials to bring a sense of joy to your home. These are my favorite picks to add to your cart

A selection of items from Shea McGee x Target
(Image credit: Target)

I’m (like all modern famrhouse interior lovers) a huge fan of Shea McGee. And her new collection with Target is my latest summer obsession. In fact, it’s not only an affordable way to add California casual design to your home decor scheme, but it also adds in those refined elements Shea is known for. This collection, for instance, uses fun design elements like wicker and cotton in cheery, neutral sky blues and beiges, but also adds luxe elements like metals and velvet for a refined edge. There are pieces for your outdoor patio ideas, as well as indoor pieces that’ll simply transform your space.

The result is a series of inviting products that will lend a sense of comfort to any home, with a crafted elegance in each piece. I looked through the whole collection and found some great standouts, such as rattan-inspired lighting, a fruit and floral throw pillow, and a woven outdoor rug that’s striped for a coastal vibe. It was hard to narrow things down as all of it was so chic and stylish, but I tried my best: These are my favorites from the new collection.

Shea McGee x Target lifestyle image

(Image credit: Target)

For a coastal look with chic elements, you need to check out the new summer collection from Shea McGee x Target. The collaboration uses neutral tones and elegant patterns to create interesting pieces with a patterned edge, allowing you to add a unique touch to your summer decor ideas. As a bonus, it’s all affordable, too.

Nikhita Mahtani
Style Editor

Nikhita is the Style Editor for Homes & Gardens, making sure our home-savvy readers are always aware of the latest trends and deepening their knowledge of classic design. Nikhita graduated with her Master of Arts in Magazine Journalism from New York University, and has spent a decade in interior design and shopping roles at shelter publications ELLE DECOR and Domino Magazine.