I wanted my design office to be a place where I could truly get lost in different explorations. Even though it’s only been 1.5 years in this home, I changed the paint in this particular room 3 times in 6 months lol. This space is constantly morphing and it’s a place where my obsessive personality can relax or go wild.

The Before had the classic 70s wood paneling and off-white carpet. As for paint, I tried so many warm greys and whites, but everything looked like vomit thanks to the north-facing light. I finally found fell in love with Sherwin Williams Ivorie. It’s this beautiful faint gold-yellow that warms it up just enough without being distracting.

Hope you enjoy these juicy pics of the After 🙂

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An antique craftsman desk sits in front of a wall covered in my Sur fabric. A mix of art I love and some of my photography hangs on it.

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An antique shaker bench gifted from my mom-in-law is reupholstered in Ira in Grey. My first attempt at ceramics seen here also… a small bowl with all its lovely imperfections.

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I purchased the vintage burlwood and brass table from my friend Molly of MMVintage. The chairs are simple ghost chairs. A table runner from my collection adds a layer of fun on the table.

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The KUFRI fabric wall… makes it easy to grab samples before a meeting.

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My bookshelf (one of them!) filled with books of all subjects, boxes, photos of family and other curiosities. The Le Corbusier print from TRNK NYC was framed at a local shop.

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My moodboards are filled with images and textiles that constantly change. I use homasote boards, excellent for pinning and repinning.

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My fav staghorn fern (still alive!) with other plants sits by a sliding glass door with a nice view to the backyard.