Interior designer Shea McGee and her firm, Studio McGee, have teamed up with tile manufacturer Ann Sacks and kitchen and bath products manufacturer Kohler for two new home collections. 

Studio McGee is an interior design brand created in 2014 by husband-and-wife team, Syd and Shea McGee. Known for her signature aesthetic that she shares with millions of design enthusiast fans, whether it be through her popular social media channels, starring on Netflix’s “Dream Home Makeover,” her newly released Sessions by MasterClass, or her books,” Shea McGee has been using Kohler products since Studio McGee's inception and most recently in her own home. 

“For my own collection, I went deep into the Kohler archives to find some of the historical details and styling that make a fixture timeless," McGee said. "From there, I gave them modern updates for a mix that’s uniquely Studio McGee.”

The Ann Sacks x Studio McGee Collection features two porcelain designs and an intricate stone mosaic that speaks to a range of tastes lifestyles. The luxury tiles can be specified for wall or flooring installations and will be available through Ann Sacks Showrooms,, Kohler Signature Stores, and Kohler Experience Centers on Sept. 21. 

Canyon Lake by Studio McGee is a dry-pressed glazed porcelain tile that features an undulating surface that captures and reflects light. Canyon Lake is available in both field and trim formats with rich color offerings that include Antique White, Stone, Sea Salt, Mist, Midnight and Dusty Rose.

Novah by Studio McGee is a versatile porcelain tile that provides the appearance of limestone. Novah is offered in four sizes which can be mixed and used alone, or together in an array of combinations. Available in Salt, Sand, and Glacier, Novah can be set up in a checkerboard layout with the selection of two colors.

Willow Heights by Studio McGee is a timeless stone mosaic was inspired by parquet flooring. The sheeted mosaic is available in two 12”x12” patterns – Brynn and Rylee – and is offered in Calacatta, Calacatta and Britannia, and Calacatta and Bardiglio.

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