Remember my friend's house, Casa Bonita?
Well she and her man-friend are planning to turn the former nursery into their home office.
She'll be doing lots of grad-school related studying
and he'll be doing lots of work!
They asked me to help them get inspired with their new home office decor.
Sarah is very into Old Hollywood Glamour and her boyfriend Daniel is very, very simple.
A little Office Inspiration.....
Images via Pinterest
My first inspiration boards are geared towards options for the room itself.
I've sort of layed it out so you can see where their desk areas area and where the windows and doors/closets are.
Option #1 is very serene & relaxed.
It still has the hint of that Old Hollywood Glamour without being too over the top.
Curtains are from West Elm
Chaise is from Ikea
Tufted Chair from High Fashion Home
Light Fixture from Shades of Light
Pillows from Etsy
Option # 2 is very Fun and has little pops of color to brighten the mood of the room!
Aqua Parson's Console from Home Decorator's Collection
Pendant Light from Horchow
Pillows from Etsy.
Now onto their desk areas....
I only needed one option for Daniel.
Simple, Clean, and Classic.
I love how the mod glass desk mingles with the industrial look of the shelving.
The desk and shelf on the left are from CB2.
The Industrial Looking shelves are from The Container Store.
The lamps are from Home Depot.
The desk chair is from High Fashion Home.
I made three different options for Sarah.
Honestly, there were so many cute things out there, I just couldn't choose!
Option # 1 is Understated Glam.
Love the mod West Elm desk miced with the pretty gold lamps from Horchow
and a retro bamboo chair on casters from Ballard Designs!
I love the pops of aqua with the Parson's Shelves from Home Decorator's
and the pillow from Etsy.
Option # 2 is based all around this fabulous gold plate and white lacquer desk
from Lily Pulitzer's new home collection.
I'm OBSESSED. I think it marry's well with these quatrefoil shelves from Home Decorator's Collection
and a soft aqua tufted chair from Ballard Designs.
I also am dying over these blush colored rock candy lamps from Shades of Light.
Option # 3 is super 1960's and very Hollywood Regency.
Love the quatrefoil desk from Home Decorator's and I added the soft aqua Parson's Shelves,
because I think the matching quatrefoil shelves would be a bit much.
I did however, go with the orange quatrefoil lamps from Shades of Light, which I think coordinate well, without being too "matchy-matchy"
The french chair from Wisteria keeps the look from going overboard Trendy Hollywood Regency.
The pillow is from Etsy, as is the orange pouf.
The chandelier adds a nice "tailored" touch to the area and is from Pottery Barn Teen.
What do you think of this inspiration for their office?
Which Room Option would you choose?
And which option for Sarah's Desk Area?