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Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Office Inspiration ~ Part 2

The last time that I wrote a post about office inspiration was in 2014. The very first year I started blogging. I must admit my taste in decor has changed slightly.....

I was reading another blog and she mentioned this inspiring office space on the One Kings Lane website.  Now I believe that most of us have heard of them. They sell some of the most beautiful furniture, art, and home decor that I have ever seen. I couldn't tell you how many times I have wanted one of their vintage Hermes scarfs!

I clicked on the link and it was like I could hear a beautiful chorus. So much inspiration....

This is the office of Stellene Volande's. She is Editor in Chief of Town & Country.

Okay, can we start with this beautiful chinoiserie desk? How gorgeous is this? I actually saw one of these in an antique store last year. I wish I could have purchased it but it was really expensive! 

But don't worry it has not left my list! I will own one of these or something similar to it!

Now opposite of the desk is this beautiful gold mirror from Ralph Lauren, a gorgeous photo of Babe Paley and I love the glass desk with gold accents and ranunculus. 

I think that it is wonderful that she is using the glass desk as a double table. I really like the lacquered bamboo chairs. 

This etageres is gorgeous! Do I spy a silver tea set? I believe this is the Darian Tea Set by Ralph Lauren and one's office could not be complete without blue and white. 

Here is a look at the office with the desk cabinet open. Look at all of that wonderful storage space! 

And what an elegant conference room? I would sure love to have meetings in this space. 

I love, love, love this space. One could get some many ideas from this. I know one thing is for sure. I am definitely going to keep looking for a chinoiserie desk. I think a piece like that would be wonderful to own. If you wish to read this article you may view it here. There are some many details in this one room. Enjoy it!

(photos via One Kings Lane)

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