Warm, vibrant colors make this work space invigorating. I just noticed that they’ve placed a rug over wall-to-wall carpet, and the carpet looks exactly like what I have in my own home. Perhaps I shouldn’t be assuming that no rug could possibly work in my carpeted home. My carpet is pretty plush so a plush rug would definitely be weird but a thinner one could do the trick. What do you think? Is a rug on top of carpet just too much or is it workable? Photographed by Stacey Brandford for Style at Home via Brunch at Saks.
This space is great but what really makes it for me is the gold screen. Screens can serve a functional purpose as a room divider, but they don’t have to. This one acts like a piece of art and gives this room great visual presence. The office of Dallas Shaw, photographed by Alison Conklin, via sadie + stella.
This is quite a bit less colorful than I usually prefer, but it’s got a nice vibe going with a mixture of some weathered and some sleek surfaces. Photographed by Michael Graydon via desire to inspire.
I’m completely obsessed with this dusty pink blush color. So good! With the sweet little flowers and amazing brass chair… oh it’s so feminine and good. Though perhaps I’d want a pad on that chair, don’t you think? Photographed by Sanna Lindberg for Sköna Hem, via Miss Moss.
This shot really speaks to me. Simple, fresh, and old with new. I am not so sure I would want a mirror image of myself to stare at while trying to work, but that mirror sure is lovely. I love me a good old ornate frame sometimes. The home of Zoe Johns and Max Catalano, photographed by Liz Daly via Design*Sponge.