Introducing “Threshold – Designed with Studio McGee”

  • Mar 29, 2020
a woman sitting on a couch

Today, home is even more central to our guests’ lives. And while “Threshold – designed with Studio McGee” has been a year in the making, we hope the collection still brings a bit of comfort, beauty and joy into our guests’ homes.

About the new, multi-year partnership with Studio McGee:
Target’s known for incredible design, great value and for creating partnerships our guests love—and “Threshold – designed with Studio McGee” embodies all three. The multi-year partnership brings interior design firm Studio McGee’s signature bright, clean aesthetic and practical design tips to life via a special collection within Target’s Threshold brand. Think 120+ quality pieces for the front door, entryway and living room—from decorative accents, pillows and throws to greenery, lighting and furniture—all at an only-at-Target value (prices start at just $9, with most items under $50). The collection will be available on beginning April 4, and will update regularly throughout the year.

“We came into this partnership as life-long Target fans, and we love that Target cares about bringing good design to everyone,” says Shea McGee, co-founder and designer, Studio McGee. “At Studio McGee, our goal has always been to help others make their spaces more beautiful and, together with Target, we designed this new home collection to do just that.”  A collage of three images shows Shea placing a wreath on a front door, an entry table and art and a living room scene

"Threshold – designed with Studio McGee" will be available on beginning April 4 and will set in most stores over the coming weeks.

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