Interior designers Studio McGee can’t seem to put a foot wrong when it comes to home styling. Set up by husband and wife team Syd and Shea, the firm focuses on balanced, beautiful homes and bright, open spaces. And this week, we’re loving their house redesign the Claybourne Project – more specifically, the curated eclecticism of the old-meets-new sitting room.
Read on for our favourite features and discover how to recreate the look in your home for less.
The Seating Area
Loaf’s Poste table is a dead ringer for the coffee table Studio McGee used, invest (at a more reasonable price) and dress with fish bowl vases, striking art books and pretty blooms.
The Open-Plan Study
Not everyone has the luxury of a private office in their home, so this is how to incorporate it into your existing living space. We love the idea of pairing this classic wood desk and rustic Persian rug with cooler dark green tones and on-trend foliage.
The Curated Bookcase
Open shelving can be a chic interiors feature, but get it wrong and it shows. Follow the expert’s lead and transform your books and ornaments from cluttered mess to curated art space. Finish the look with agate bookends and Tom Dixon flourishes.