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Serena and Lily Anguilla Coffee Table

Serena and Lily Anguilla Coffee TableSerena and Lily Anguilla Coffee TableSerena and Lily Lanai MirrorTracey Boyd Lacquered Regency Desk

Desks: Tracey Boyd. Coffee Table: Serena & Lily. Rug: Vintage Persian (family heirloom). Desk chairs: West Elm. Side Chair: Anthropologie. Roman shades: Arlo Blinds. Sofa: CB2. Pillows: Ballard. Art: Daydrift Prints. Lamps: Old, similar here. Side tables: Serena & Lily. Planter: Brandes. Etagere: Jonathan Adler (warehouse sale find). Wardrobe rack: Ikea.

It’s about time I shared one of my most favorite rooms in my very first house: my home office. This space has evolved so much since we moved in, but one thing that stayed the same is that it has always played host to this sleeper sofa. It has a pull out queen mattress and it is such a deep, comfortable, chic couch. I needed this room to moonlight as an extra guest room, but mainly to function as my office day to day at first. When my husband started working from home occasionally, we added the second desk, and I love how they look side by side enjoying the harbor view. My mother gifted us with the Persian rug, so I drew the rest of the design inspiration from the subtle colors in it as well as from the landscape outside. I use the simple white Ikea clothing rack to style outfits for myself, clients, and friends, and I love that when it’s not being used it kind of disappears into the room and looks decorative. The vintage Chanel scarf was a consignment store score that I stretched over a canvas because it had frayed edges but was too beautiful not to be seen. I love the contrast of the Mid century modern and coastal furniture with the traditional vintage rug. It has an eclectic, yet cohesive tranquil vibe. However, if I’m being honest, my desk is not usually this pristine.

xo

BB

 

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