How to Get the Look of Emily Henderson’s Gorgeous Workspace
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How to Get the Look of Emily Henderson’s Gorgeous Workspace

How’s your workspace looking? Is it all spruced up and ready for maximum productivity? If you still need some inspiration on how to take your home office to the next level, look no further than Emily Henderson’s stunning studio. Emily has a knack for creating colorful and chic spaces that are totally liveable, and her workspace is full of easy decor ideas, cool color choices and plenty of trendy textiles. Her goal was an airy, fresh, inspiring office that could multitask as well as she did, and the end result is super enviable and (fortunately!) totally achievable. Take a peek at Emily’s fantastic work studio on My Domaine, and then scroll down to see how to get the same look in your office space.

WORKSPACE

There’s one theme that’s loud and proud in Emily’s office and it’s… wait for it… gold. Gold everything. Apparently, Emily has been hoarding gold accessories for years, so it’s hardly surprising that her office is rocking a lot of metallics. Among Henderson’s collection of gold pieces are a number of desk accessories, rolling desk chairs and, of course, a gold task lamp.

Ready to bring on the bling into your office? Start with a gold desk chair and then swap out all of your old desk accessories for a gold version, right down to the stapler. Finish off the look with a trendy fiddle leaf fig tree and a geometric vase for fresh flowers.

Threshold Brass Task Lamp ($50), PBteen Golden Glam Cup ($13), Meelano Mid-Back Office Chair ($265), Nearly Natural Fiddle Leaf Fig Silk Tree ($155), Nate Berkus Limited Edition Swingline 747 Stapler ($16), DwellStudio Faceted White Vase ($15), Safavieh Wolcott White/ Black Lacquer Console Table ($300)   

SEATING AREA

Emily loves color, but when it came to decorating her workspace, she chose bold cobalt and added blush pink and chartreuse for a light and bright color palette that was energizing without being over the top. She finished off the seating area with velvet benches, rough wood slice side tables and a lovely bar cart.

Warning: Emily’s office is going to make you want a bar cart in your workspace. Dangerous? Probably. Stylish? Definitely. If you love the warmth of Emily’s color palette, hang a set of pink curtains and set up a mini seating area with a blue velvet bench. Finish off the space with loads of texture via a wood slice side table, a leather butterfly chair or tie-dye throw pillows.

Target No. 918 Harvey Cotton Gauze Curtain Panel ($10+), CB2 1938 Tobacco Leather Butterfly Chair ($399), Lulu & Georgia Robyn Serving Tray ($81), Threshold Metal/Wood/Leather Bar Cart ($130), Dot & Bo Blue Dipped Tie-Dye Pillow ($43), Alexis Blue Velvet Bench ($330), Lilly Rose Home Tree Wood Slice Side/End Table With Hairpin Legs ($265+)

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