Sunday, February 13, 2011

A Dream Client - The Office

As in the previous 2 posts, I have enjoyed creating design boards for pretend clients! So far, I have loved decorating our own home, but I often wonder what it would be like to create for someone else. What started as an occasional post, turned into more of a continuous series! When thinking about creating an office space, I wanted to use a pop of interesting color and take more risks. I wanted this space to be comfortable, productive and functional, while also chic and a little daring. The pops of orange awaken creativity, while the comfortable furniture and functional storage make the space easy to use! I used 5 retail stores to achieve the look, using splurge and budget pieces. To make the images larger, click on the design board! As always, I appreciate your input.
What would you add or change? 


The desk chair, leather armchair, mirror, metal basket, lamps, rug and corkboard-
Curtains, candlesticks and clock- Pier One Imports.
Tall shelf- Pottery Barn.
Desk and cube storage- West Elm.
Wicker basket- Target.
Paint color- Metropolitan by- Benjamin Moore.

6 comments:

eclecticrevisited said...

love the mirror, curtains, paint color...really, all of it...again, great designs....
maureen

Kat said...

love the pops of orange! it's such a fun & energetic color. great for an office.

classic • casual • home said...

Very cool! My office could use a number of your choices, like the clock and rug and desk chair.
Mary Ann

Amy R. said...

It looks to me like you are a designer who isn't ready to admit it:) This is just as lovely as the last.

xo
Amy R.

Rocio Rincon said...

Really cool things! I love the rug, the clock and the white chair. Super fabulous!
Xoxo ♥

Rocio R.

Sherri Cassara said...

Love the rug and always love a nice mirror in any room! Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday and for your comments - and congratulations on yours! I am your newest follower ;) Sherri

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