dream office

Right now, my office at home consists of a desk and a ginormous corkboard in an unused bedroom that also doubles as a dumping ground for anything that hasn’t yet found a home elsewhere.  (Don’t judge me-everyone has one of these rooms…don’t they?)  Atlanta interior designer Barbara Westbrook, however,  gets her creative juices flowing in a beautifully restored 1940’s English cottage where a neutral color palette, natural textures and French antiques reign supreme. 

Pale walls, dark floors, charcoal-painted doors and a Belgian secretary welcome guests in the entry:

Built-in bookshelves create a sense of order, while baskets keep necessities handy, yet out of the way under a gorgeous antique Baker’s table:

A huge antique window gives a glimpse of the conference room…

I can honestly say I’ve never seen such a gorgeous work space!  Warm gray walls and trim, covered Parson’s chairs, an antique table and an oversized lantern make this seem more like an elegant dining room than a conference room:

Framed photographs add a pop of color and a lot of interest to the light, bright workspace, which runs the length of the entire cottage:

A sleek galley kitchen and a powder bathroom add extra storage:

To read more about this gorgeous office, click here.  Here are my picks for creating a similar look:

Mansard stool

Benjamin Moore paint in Davenport Tan

Greyson dining table

Bailey baskets

slipcovered Parsons chairs

Glass pendant light

Stanyan lantern

Seagrass rug


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I'm Kelly, interior designer, stylist, hostess with the mostest and editor of my blog, where I share pics of my work, my own home, décor projects, entertaining hacks, where to find the best decorating deals and all the beautiful things that are currently inspiring me!



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