Friday Inspiration: Top Pins by Studio McGee

Today we’re mixing it up! Instead of sharing what were pinning, we thought we’d take a look at what you guys pin! Here are our top 5 pins that are pulled from our website and design portfolio.

#1 MOST PINNED:

The Modern Lakehouse Living Room

The space is illuminated by natural light flooding in, and it’s impossible to ignore the wooden beams on the ceiling and natural stone that carries up and over the fireplace. This floor plan is one we’d use in any house (space permitting) — a long sofa, a love seat opposite of a set of chairs, and stools layered in. There is balance without being matchy-matchy, plus it’s good for conversation and hosting! See the post here.

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#2 MOST PINNED

Cove Remodel Kitchen

There’s a reason this beautiful space hosted our Spring/Summer catalogue! The calcutta marble, creamy whites, and hood range make it a dreamy backdrop. We completely redid the structure and layout of the space so everything was custom. Read the blog post here.

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#3 MOST PINNED:

My Parents’ Guest Bedroom

The guest bedroom at my parents was feeling like it needed a refresh, and my mom completely trusted me to takeover and surprise her. This was perfect timing for Mother’s Day!!! The artwork in the space needed to be relaxing and soothing, and this open area on the wall needed to be filled. We created a really cool layout of these modern beige abstract pieces. Read the blog post here.

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#4 MOST PINNED:

Our Farmhouse Shoot

With a mutual love for neutrals and beautiful utilitarian pieces, we can’t think of a more fitting collaboration. We worked with Farmhouse Potter to create an exclusive line for our shop. Each product in this collection comes from Farmhouse Pottery, and four pieces were designed by us, and are exclusive to McGee & Co.! See more here! Kitchen designed by Tinge Floral.

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#5 MOST PINNED:

Modern Cabin on the Lake Living Room

We’re using the term “cabin” loosely because it’s pretty fancy. This home was designed for gathering, hanging out. The neighboring lake influenced the color palettes throughout the home. When you first walk in, you’re greeted by a great room with soaring ceilings and an antler chandelier, surrounded by thirty feet of beautiful shiplap. This really sets the tone for a light and airy space.

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