McGee & Co's fall collection is effortlessly sophisticated – these are my top picks

The launch of McGee & Co's fall collection is serving us all of the interiors inspiration we need for the changing seasons

Neutral fall living room
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Fall is just around the corner, and whilst I’m certainly not wishing away the warmer weather, fall is a season that I always look forward to. Perhaps my favorite season of the year: it's one that symbolizes change, marking the start of cozy evenings and a slower pace to life.

With deep and warm-toned colors representative of the changing leaves, it’s no secret that fall also brings with it a much-adorned aesthetic appeal, with plenty of fall decor ideas to inspire us. 

As someone who’s naturally drawn to understated and pared-back design, I’m a keen fan of McGee & Co's sophisticated pieces, and the recently launched 2023 fall collection is no different. United by a fall-inspired color palette of rich warm neutrals, a focus on quality craftsmanship runs through the collection, designed to elevate the home not just for fall, but for years to come.

So, if like me, you’re looking to refresh your home with quality pieces as you decorate for fall, McGee & Co has you covered. Below, I’ve rounded up my favorite pieces from the collection for different rooms throughout the home. 

Find joy in setting the dining table

Fall dining table

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As somebody who loves to cook and host, I love nothing more than spending time crafting a thoughtful tablespace. Fall marks the beginning of hosting season, making it the perfect time to refresh your dinnerware collection to create elegant and timeless fall table decor ideas

McGee & Co's fall dinnerware items are all about layering materials to create a joyous table that embraces textural table linens and well-crafted stoneware. From fringe napkins to serving dishes, these are items that can be styled in a range of ways thanks to their understated nature. 

Create a warm ambiance in the living room

Neutral fall living room

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Fall marks the start of spending more time indoors, so there’s no time as important to really embrace living room fall decor and create a cozy sanctuary to relax as the evenings draw in. 

In McGee & Co's fall collection, the living room focuses on a ‘unified color palette’ to create a cohesive space that is timeless and instantly relaxing. The collection plays with texture and sculptural shapes to add depth, whilst of course being as effortlessly sophisticated as expected.  

Embrace classic neutrals in the bedroom

Fall decor bedroom

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Whilst I love experimenting with color in the home, a neutral-toned bedroom just can’t be beaten. Neutrals effortlessly create a serene and calming atmosphere, so there’s no better room in the home to embrace the color palette. For fall bedroom decor, it's all about the details, focusing on elevated, soft materials to create a warm and tranquil space.

Refresh the bathroom with elevated essentials

Neutral and minimal bathroom with wooden stool

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While you may not usually consider decorating the bathroom for fall, it's a room in the home where you can make subtle nods to the new season with the introduction of elevated everyday pieces, that speak of quality craftmanship and seasonal warmth.


How should I start decorating for fall?

The Mcgee & Co fall collection is available to shop now, and so it's the perfect time to elevate your home in anticipation of the changing seasons. Whether you want to make subtle upgrades with all-season pieces for the home or are planning a complete refresh this fall, then you can understand more about how to start decorating for fall here. 

Paint & Color Editor

Emily is H&G's Paint & Color Editor, covering all things color across interior design and home decor. She joined the team in the summer of 2023, having studied Fashion Communication at university before working in various creative roles ahead of making the leap into interiors. She lives in Glasgow where she loves admiring the city's architecture, frequenting her favorite coffee spots, and sourcing vintage furniture for her tenement apartment. Emily's interior style is inspired by the simplicity of midcentury design, mixed with more playful modern pieces that inject small (but bold) doses of color.