Good morning! In our new home my husband and I have a dedicated office which is quite a luxury for us. As of right now it is two separate small desks that don’t exactly match. I am really looking forward to creating a shared office space that is functional, but also that looks way better than what we are dealing with now. I’m thinking a large vintage inspired rug (as I mentioned last week I am kinda obsessed) and a long white desk. I am also hoping to replace the dim ceiling fan with a fabulous fixture. Here is where I am getting some of my inspiration.
Since I primarily work from home having a workspace is very important. I don’t have much space, but I make the most of it. Whether you have the luxury of having an entire room devoted to being an office or a small corner having a spot that inspires you to get your job done is super important. Adding stylish organization, color, inspiration boards, etc. are all elements that can make the perfect home office space.
Today I am introducing you to Connecticut based interior designer Tiffany Eastman. Her interiors are sophisticated, clean, and elegant. Her work has been featured in New England Home magazine. I think you will all find her beautiful interiors inspiring. Take a look!
What do you think? I love these sophisticated interiors. The clean lines and patterns Tiffany uses creates such elegant spaces. To see more of Tiffany Eastman’s interiors check out her website.
Have a great day!!
Today I am introducing Dallas designer Janet Rice. After ten years as an editor and stylist in New York City, Janet moved to Dallas where she styled for a number of prestigious clients including Neiman Marcus, Horchow and JC Penney while also serving as a Contributing Editor for D Home and Garden. In 2009 Janet launched her own design business, Janet Rice Interiors. Her designs are beautiful and glamorous. Take a look!
Beautiful right? I love how every surface is perfectly styled. I love her bold use of black and white. Her interiors make a statement. To learn more about Janet Rice Interiors visit her website: www.janetriceinteriors.com
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the Super Bowl! Today I am introducing you to New York based interior designer Jordan Carlyle. After over a decade in the design business he has become a sought after interior designer. His designs are polished, classic, and refined. I think you will all enjoy looking at these beautiful interiors. Take a look!
I love the understated glamour and clean lines seen in all of these spaces. I love the inviting and sophistication of his designs as well. Do you have a favorite space?
Today I am going to show you the beautiful work of New York based interior designer Jenny Wolf. Her organic approach to design emphasizes the simple and often overlooked notion that a home should reflect the sensibilities of the people living in it, showcasing the things they love and have collected over time. Jenny’s appreciation for design began at an early age while growing up in New Orleans and on the coast of South Carolina. Upon graduating college, Jenny moved to NYC where she worked in retail development at Ralph Lauren. There she managed visual merchandising and shop installations for RL women’s shops at Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales and specialty stores around the country. After five years at Ralph Lauren, Jenny left to attend Parsons where she earned a degree in Interior Design, concentrating on architecture, lighting, furniture, color and interior layouts. She assisted on many high profile projects before starting her own firm in 2011. I think you all will love her effortless chic designs as much as I do! Take a look.
What do you think? Isn’t her work great? I love the mix of old and new. The eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories pull together these rooms perfectly. To see more of her designs visit her website www.jennywolfinteriors.com