Inside the Trend | Quiet Luxury
While trends come and go, there are a select few that show up that actually define a timeless aesthetic that has never been defined before. Quiet Luxury is one of those. We first started seeing it used in fashion, defining labels that utilized high-quality materials in enduring, wearable silhouettes. The same concept transfers to interior design. Quiet Luxury in design is about restraint, letting the materials and textures do the majority of the talking. It’s pulled back and minimal but not in a way where a room feels empty or incomplete. Quiet Luxury can be layered and even busy, but the key is intention. Shea and the design team have been creating examples of Quiet Luxury from the beginning of Studio McGee. Here, a few of our favorites looks in the Quiet Luxury movement.
From top left: Mind Division I, Arlene Cabinet, Grayson Travertine Vase, Natural Textures, Vintage Rug No. 15, Two Tone Cashmere Throw, Arabesco Marble Lidded Catch-All, Mays Table Lamp, Magda Teddy Bear Boucle Lounge Chair from McGee & Co.