Gone are the days of stuffy, traditional offices. By incorporating trendy decor and communal areas, more and more companies are designing creative and inspiring workplaces that are *totally* swoon-worthy. Not only do they boast gorgeous interiors, but they also promote a collaborative, healthy work day. Millennial pink accents, boho vibes, and mid-century touches are just a few of the styles found in these stunning designs. Scroll through to see 15 companies that are that are #slaying the whole workspace thing.

1. Food52, NYC: The neutral color palette, mismatched furniture, and variety of decor make this environment look *ultra* stylish and relaxed. With tons of seating options, meetings instantly become a creative collaboration. The communal area is the perfect example of how to mix and match different textures, colors, and styles to create pulled-together perfection. (Photo via Food52)

2. ban.do, Los Angeles, CA: A brand that’s known for being bright, colorful, and playful is bound to have an equally inspiring home base. Its sleek and glossy foundation and mix of with bold accents make it pleasantly inviting. (Photo via Style by Emily Henderson)

3. Casper, NYC: A mattress company may not seem like it would have a chic office, but the trendy Casper brand is nailing the corporate game. This loft features gorgeous, modern furniture in *every* corner. Oh, and did we mention they have nap pods? (Photo via Dezeen)

4. URBN, Brooklyn, NY: The headquarters of some of our fave brands (Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free People) is a boho haven. Oversized sofas, pillows, rugs, and lighting galore make this huge space feel warm and cozy. Individual sections are created using area rugs and room dividers, utilizing all of the square footage they’ve got. (Photo via URBN)

5. Rifle Paper Co, Winter Park, FL: The company responsible for creating your favorite stationery definitely doesn’t disappoint. Patterned wallpaper, opulent velvet chairs, and fresh flowers create an ultra bold and feminine seating area, and the moody hues really take the decor up a notch. (Photo via Rifle Paper Co.)

6. Facebook, Menlo Park, CA: The social media site has become a permanent fixture in our day-to-day lives, and we’re equally obsessed with their Menlo Park headquarters. Cement floors, exposed beams, and an abundance of wood somehow feel the opposite of corporate. When paired with soft pastel furniture and flooring accents, these industrial qualities feel downright welcoming. (Photo via Gensler)

7. Lucky Peach, NYC: Lucky Peach is a magazine that inspires tons of foodie greatness, so it’s no surprise their communal kitchen is *totally* stunning with its Scandinavian, minimalist vibes. (Photo via Float Studio)

8. The Honest Company, Los Angeles, CA: Everything Jessica Alba does is flawless, so why should the corporate headquarters for her hugely successful company be any different? The dining/bar area brings everyone together for much-needed bonding and company morale. Aside from its function, it’s also beyond adorable, featuring oversized text and an abundance of plants. (Photo via Consort)

9. Glossier, NYC: The products, packaging, and branding of Glossier is #goals. You really shouldn’t be surprised that their light pink office space is just as good. Bright, airy, and open, this NYC location is a beauty lover’s dream oasis. (via Into the Gloss)

10. Ghostly Ferns, Brooklyn, NY: The look of this creative space is totally achievable for any home office. Neutral floors, walls, and desks are the perfect canvas for adding all different types of accents and decor — and the simplicity allows for tons of creativity. (Photo via Homepolish)

11. Everlane, San Fransisco, CA: The clothing and accessories brand’s office’s monochromatic palette, black accents, and plants galore are both sleek *and* chic. Talk about the perfect example of less-is-more decor done right. (Photo via Everlane)

12. Etsy, Brooklyn, NY: A space that houses so many creatives should reflect that in its design. At Etsy, you’ll find a living plant wall, hanging rattan chairs, and oversized lighting, to name a few. (Photo via Gensler)

13. Create + Cultivate, Los Angeles, CA: The goal of this company is to help women create and cultivate their dream careers — and their office is *just* as cool as their mission. The luxurious environment proves that professional digs don’t need to follow traditional rules of decorating — the bold patterns, glam furniture, and high-style design make for a truly jaw-dropping environment. (Photo via Style Me Pretty)

14. BarkBox, NYC: This modern oasis is doing mid-century in a super bold way. Glossy white furniture, sofas with clean lines, and futuristic accents make it extra trendy — and don’t forget about the pups! Sitting in a room that looks more like a living room than a cubicle surely makes the daily grind a little less painful. (Photo via Debois Design)

15. Airbnb, San Fransisco, CA: After scrolling through pages and pages of gorgeous Airbnb rentals, you’d expect their corporate office to be just as beautiful. Open spaces, oversized couches, and a minimalist design approach make this HQ the perfect place to spend each weekday. (Photo via Gensler)

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