I’m so excited to share our home office with y’all!
This is a project my good friend Kelsi Lamberth has been working on with her recently launched design agency, Nuance. They’re a full scale design agency, but they take on tons of projects to scale. She did our whole home office, but she’s also done a couple of smaller projects for us, like our Christmas and Fall decor. She absolutely knocked it out of the park with this room! I am obsessed.
Since we work from home, I wanted to be able to separate work and pleasure a little more – especially for the team. It’s important that they feel like this is their office and like they have a space just for them. Jordan and I obviously still work throughout the whole house all the time, and Jordan has his own office, too, but it’s nice to have a central work hub.
The goal was to find elegant, but comfy pieces! How freaking cute are these twin sofas?! I love the organic shape. They are trade only pieces, so Nuance was able to work this out for us.
I love the editorial spreads throughout the room! So glam and fun. This one is a feature from Vogue. This console table is also perfect if a team member needs to zone in and have an isolated desk moment.
These chairs are one of my favorite features of the room. I wanted something cute and classy, and these were perfect. The wheels are such a fun and practical touch! And how pretty is this table?! It’s so organic and polished – I LOVE.
The copper velvet curtains add a pop of color and texture to the white walls without feeing overbearing.
The chandelier is such a fun statement! And the marble side table is stunnninggg. I am honestly getting jealous that it’s in here and not in my room… a little switch may happen at some point in the future 😉
You can’t quite see it here, but the area rug doesn’t just have leopard pattern – it has an actual leopard illustration on it! I love how Nuance found such unique and girl power-infused pieces like this one. You can find us here channeling our inner Cheetah Girls 😏
We use the acrylic whiteboards to keep track of our calendar. I love having a visual layout to help me remember to share different things on different days.
This sideboard is stunning. I love how functional it will be for storing office supplies, campaign products, and everything in between. The floating shelf is from West Elm – I love that it adds a higher element above the sideboard while still being really practical.
This sheepskin rug on the hardwoods creates the prettiest contrast (and is so cozy)! It was from World Market and it’s a steal.
Home sweet office! 😍 I’m so happy with how this turned out. Do you have any current home renovation projects? Let me know in the comments!