I always love decorating office spaces. The accessorizing is what makes an office feel inviting! There is no reason an office needs to feel stuffy and stale. Your spaces create a mood and can instantly make a client feel at ease which equals profits for you in the long run.
My client had all the furniture pieces but needed me to add the detail. They wanted an Asian influence with a Texas flair. The main problem here is the scale of the couch. It seems small for the room. I knew we could make it work with whatever we put above the couch.
My inspiration for the entire room was this vintage oriental rug that I found. If you follow me regularly, you will see that I like to add an international flair to my designs. This project was perfect for me because of that.
Ruthie Tip: Never under estimate the power of pillows.
The large antique blue and white ginger jars added such charm to the room. I wanted the flannel plaid on the leather couch to create a masculine feel.
The white cow rug is the twist of Texas!
The floor lamp is really nice in an office for evening working. Also, creates height in the space and makes everything come together nicely.
Pops of green on the coffee table as well as the fig tree makes the space feel alive.
I always love how fig trees look. They are so lush and green. I put this one in a basket which is a bit of a Texas flair and adds interest and texture vs. a typical planter.
Two gold bamboo pagoda lamps really added a fun flair to the console table.
Yellow florals pop against the black console table and definitely add an Asian flair.
The reception area is very welcoming now with the blue and white pottery and the striking florals.
The artwork was custom made by "Divine Inspirations" and I love it! So colorful and striking when you walk in.
I'm busy working on some design plans and will be posting pictures as soon as those jobs are finished. We finished up 3 kitchens this week so photo shoots will be happening sometime soon too.