How's your week going? Are you back in your office or still working from home? Today we're bringing you the fifth and final home office scheme in the series, for now at least! And it's a very special one, as it's the lovely Becca's (@houseofthreelondon) dream office - which happens to be the most dreamy, sophisticated home office I could imagine!
As with the other four posts, I'll share a couple of inspiration images, Becca's gorgeous mood board, some key details worth mentioning and of course all the links you'll need to recreate the look.
When we started on this project, I had the delight of seeing Becca's 'Dream Home Office' secret Pinterest board and it's no surprise that we both had similar pins saved, with a shared love of timeless design mixed with neutrals & deep blues. But this scheme Becca has pulled together is without a doubt, better than any of the pins on her board!
A SOPHISTICATED & CHIC HOME OFFICE
When you look at this mood board, the first thing that occurs to me is Becca's exquisite eye for selecting beautiful furniture, lighting and décor pieces. There is no mistaking that a very classy lady would work from this space, with the Andrew Martin cushions designed in collaboration with interior designer Sophie Paterson (also, the epitomy of elegance), the marble disc from LuxDeco and wall panelling & cornice details.
I absolutely adore the abstract, textured artwork, and I can now say from personal experience that Becca's branded House of Three candle smells absolutely divine so is an excellent addition to any room!
As I mentioned before, Becca has included subtle hints of deep blue throughout this scheme which, apart from the fact it's my favourite colour, I love because blue is thought to be a very calming and soothing colour (perfect for a work space!). Blue is also linked with inspiration and creativity, and others feel that it helps to indicate trust. What more could you want in your home office?
Dark storage was a constant theme throughout Becca's inspiration images, so this shelving unit fits perfectly, and works so well with the other furniture pieces & colour scheme. I just wanted to lastly mention the lighting though, as these three choices are such excellent choices for a truly timeless design. An antique bronze is one of the most elegant metal finishes, in my opinion and I just love how a picture light looks fitted within wall panelling especially.
Here are the links to everything on the mood board:
Paint Colours: Farrow & Ball Cornforth White and Neptune Ink
Becca & her husband Josh are at a very exciting stage, with a new house on the horizon, and I just can't wait for her to create this gorgeous space in her new home, from where she can keep being the kickass business woman she is!
Thank you so much to Becca for creating this home office scheme, but also for collaborating with me on this blog series - it's been so much fun!
And thank you so much for reading! Speak soon x
You can find Becca on Instagram at @houseofthreelondon for the most gorgeous wedding & interiors inspiration and design services.
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