Have you discovered Studio McGee? If you’ve been on any home decor sites on social media lately, you surely have heard about the new line at Target-Threshold Designed with Studio McGee. But just in case you have no idea what I’m talking about, let me fill you in! Shea and Syd McGee started out in a spare bedroom with Shea launching a little design business with a newborn in tow. It grew quickly, and as soon as you see her designs, you know why! She has a fresh design style that combines modern and vintage in a timeless, classic, yet very contemporary way. She designs beautiful homes around the country, has her own line of home decor (McGee and Co), and just launched a fabulous line at Target!
They have a youtube channel that I am absolutely obsessed with (better than any TV show!!!), an online shop, two incredible IG accounts and so much more!
One of the things that I’m most drawn to in their designs is the artwork. I would love to buy almost every single piece that they carry, but it’s not in my budget. So I have scoured the internet to find the McGeeand Co. look for less ! It ranges from FREE to $20!!! Keep in mind, these are digital downloads! So you would purchase the download, and then have them printed any size that you wish from where you’d typically have your photos printed. (Costco, Snapfish, Shutterfly, Staples, etc.) I actually prefer to get art this way, because I can better tailor the size for the space I need it and buy the kind of frame that I like (usually thrifted!).
1) One of my favorite sources of art for FREE is from Lauren’s blog Bless’er House. All you have to do is subscribe to her blog, and you will get a password to download her printables for FREE! She has printables for every season and occasion, I have used both her fall and winter botanicals. See this coastal set above-I’m coming for ya, beautiful prints!
2) On my quest to find affordable art, I recently discovered Juniper Print Shop. Oh my heart, I want one of each!!! Most of their digital downloads are only $20 each (they look like just like Studio McGee art!!!) and you can purchase prints as well. You will definitely want to follow them on Instagram to see their beautiful artwork styled in gorgeous spaces.
3) Etsy is another fabulous source for digital downloads. I am currently crushing on WildFigPaperie, they take vintage art and create a digital download!
4) And finally-there’s an app for that!!! Brushstroke is available for $3.99 on the app store, and allows you to turn any photo into a work of art! Waterlogue can be purchased for $4.99 on the app store and turns any photo into watercolor images.
This has been one of my most favorite blog posts so far, and I can’t wait to download some of these McGee and Co look art for less and create a gallery wall! Let me know if you purchase any! I hope that you enjoyed these 4 sources to get the Studio McGee artwork for less!
Janis Jandl says
Only wanna comment that you have a very decent site, I love the design it actually stands out.
Thanks so much for your comment.
Heidi | The Frugal Girls says
The coastal look is gorgeous. I can see why you love Studio McGee, it really is so refreshing!
It is so refreshing! That’s a great way to describe it!
Thanks for finally writing about > 4 Sources to Get the Studio McGee Look Artwork for
Less – Faith and Farmhouse < Loved it!
Thanks so much! I appreciate your kind comment!