Hi There. . .
I also made a return to Susan Brown's house this month. Her home office too, needed a make over (it's the month of the home offices). Susan and I have been working together to create not only a cohesive color palette though out her space, but unique pieces that individually make a statement and as a whole, create something beautiful that reflect her personality. Not too long ago I created a look for her main living space. Neutrals mixed with a touch of teal and yellow. When venturing upstairs to the guest room - turned office, I chose to keep the walls clean and simple, with a slight texture... this striking, yet subtle white croc paper. An interesting and sleek desk and sideboard along with a splash on the windows. I brought the touch of teal upstairs and used gold to represent the splash of yellow downstairs.
Take a look at my thoughts . . .
This one fabric combines a powder blue and teal, as well as gold and a grey taupe. It was perfect. With the countless fabrics out there, it's funny how hard it can be to find just the right one to combine your colors !
Desks . . can be sleek and table top like, or full of storage. I personally like the table top versions with hidden storage nearby. Just prettier. I chose this one with a coordinating media console. The console can hold a wireless printer, and all that no-so-pretty office stuff...
Susan is my client with a ton of personal style, and I wanted her office to reflect stylish things.... firm believer that a space you have to spend so much time doing not-so-fun things should be inviting. I don't know about you, but I get more work done in a good-looking space !
Mekenzie and I headed over to meet the installer and she captured these images of all the details !
The completed room is sleek and clean, but organized with all sorts of hidden storage under a custom built in window seat, side wall console, closet and behind the door built in file cabinets, leaving the visible space clean and sleek !
With the living space and office complete . . .