“During the pandemic, I spent time at our family ranch in Texas and felt such a connection with nature there. This brought to life an entire collection inspired by the land,” McGaha says. The oak trees as well as the iron and steel finishes dotted throughout her property “have such a strength and simplicity, leading me to create lighting that can live in both transitional and modern styles while holding space adequately,” she adds.
This story of boldness and tranquility is woven throughout the collection in the form of rift cut oak, walnut and honed marble melding with a hint of Art Deco and antique brass in multiple lighting pieces as well as both coffee and accent tables and even a shagreen console. A few of McGaha’s favorites include the Brazing lamp, Stockman chandelier and Laurence coffee table.