Four Fierce and Feminine Home Offices

"I Am Busy" by Gray Malin in Mandalay with a white mat; Instagram Mini in Irvine Slim with white mat. 

"I Am Busy" by Gray Malin in Mandalay with a white mat; Instagram Mini in Irvine Slim with white mat. 

We believe in beautiful workspaces. Not just because a beautiful space can inspire more creative work, but because a thoughtfully designed office can encourage clarity of mind. (We know our Framebridge office does for us.) This is especially true in a home office - a space that has to be personal and pretty and practical. And we have to say, these ladies just GET IT. Keep scrolling to see how Emily LeyTaylor SterlingSamantha McClelland, and Mallory Fitzsimmons have created offices that *work* for them. 

Light and Bright with @emilyley

What's not to love about Emily Ley? Her business, The Simplified Planner, is making lives more organized and stylish, her family is the cutest, and her office is the stuff design dreams are made of. The neatly stacked boxes and bins are not only practical but a lovely element of design. Plus, we're kind of in love with her leaning Gray Malin print in our gold bamboo frame. Take it from Emily: when in doubt, lean it! Read more about Emily's office makeover here

Get the look: Establish a color theme and stock up on storage in complementary colors and patterns. Then frame a statement piece in our Mandalay frame and lean it center stage. Bonus points for accenting your shelfies with a couple Instagram Minis.

"Make use of natural light. We painted our walls a light, light grey to bring as much of the outside inside as possible. It’s so open and airy. Light, fresh color on the walls can transform any space."

Emily Ley in an interview with Style Me Pretty

 

"I Am Busy" by Gray Malin in Mandalay with a white mat.

"I Am Busy" by Gray Malin in Mandalay with a white mat.

Instagram Mini in Irvine Slim with white mat. 

Instagram Mini in Irvine Slim with white mat. 

Softly Sassy with @glitterguide

Taylor Sterling's office has all of our favorite things: a gallery wall, our clean white gallery frame, and metallics of the gold and rose gold varieties. Oh, and the Eames chair, the wall textile, and the fur throw. Clearly we could go on. This mama and and Glitter Guide founder knows where it's at. Read more on Taylor's office makeover here

Get this look: Grab an Eames chair, your favorite mix of eclectic accessories, and work with one of our gallery wall consultants to get your favorite art and photos up on your wall in a layout to inspire. 

"My new gallery wall pulls the room together without being too overpowering. (It’s also a fun reminder for my family to “dance it out”!)"

Taylor Sterling, Glitter Guide

Pretty in Pink with @_thebrunetteone

The Brunette One – a.k.a. Samantha McClelland – admits that this doesn't look like an office at first glance. There's no desk, no office chair, no office supplies. To these claims Sam says, "I often find myself working straight from that pink couch." We can't blame her. It's all about knowing what works for you. And sometimes, all you need to get through an inbox full of  to do's is a laptop and a cup of coffee... and a pink couch. Read more about her office makeover here

Get this look: Find your favorite furniture statement piece, and frame our friend Julia Kostreva's "Night Flowers" in Irvine Slim

"How can you not be inspired when you step into a space with a pink couch? It’s one thing I never knew I always needed."

Samantha McClelland, The Brunette One

Golden Glamour with @styleyoursenses

Talk about classic glam. Bamboo accents and blush tones reign supreme in this design from Mallory Fitzsimmons from Style Your Senses. Would you believe it if we told you that this is actually a playroom slash office? THIS is how you maximize your space as a working mama. Read more about Mallory's office/playroom redesign here

Get this look: Hang "Marie" by Gina Julian in our Mandalay frame above a Hollywood Regency style desk. Then sit back and relax in a ghost chair. 

"Marie" by Gina Julian in Mandalay with white mat.

"Marie" by Gina Julian in Mandalay with white mat.

"I wanted a little space that felt glam + girly and one that I felt creative in."

Mallory Fitzsimmons, Style Your Senses


Ok. Go! Build that feminine office of your dreams. Have questions? We're here to help.