Tour These Celebrity Work Spaces You'll Want to Copy Immediately

Many of us might consider our office a second home. It is, after all, a space where we tend to spend at least 40 hours per week. So when it comes to decorating our work area, why not treat it with as much TLC as we would any room in our home? Here at MyDomaine, we’ve had the luxury of visiting some of the most stylish celeb office environments of all time—from Lauren Conrad’s brick wall design studio to Vita Fede’s drool-worthy space produced by Aimee Song. If you’re looking to amp up your working region’s level of chic, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we are highlighting our favorite office interiors to get you inspired for any future refresh that may be on your agenda.

the office of jewelry line Vita Fede
Chris Patey

Last year, interior designer and famed fashion blogger Aimee Song (Song of Style) was called in to glam up the offices of luxe jewelry line Vita Fede. To say she did a beautiful job would be an understatement, considering the entire space is decked out in the finest furniture and accent pieces (some custom-made). Song went above and beyond with her minimal-chic scheme, which consists of mostly black and white touches. To achieve this style for your own personal workspace, we recommend starting with a modern white leather lounge chair; one of the greatest fashion bibles of all time, Tom Ford; and a full-length wall mirror.

Emily Henderson's workspace
Chris Patey

HGTV design star Emily Henderson certainly understands the art of styling interiors with a vintage flair. To brighten up her space, she balances white furniture with bold color accents and sheer curtains, but the first item that caught our attention? Her gold lamp. There’s something about a metallic, antique-like piece that gets us enthused and ready for a refresh. Roll in a white desk on wheels, and for your final touch, decorate your tabletop with a chic, multifaceted vase.

headquarters of Glossier and Into the Gloss
Jenna Peffley

We are big fans of Glossier and Into the Gloss, both created and produced by Emily Weiss—so we couldn’t have been more thrilled when we were invited into their headquarters last year for a tour. Similar to the aesthetic of Glossier’s packaging, the space is simple with subtle standouts (their mood boards on the walls do much of the talking). To achieve this minimal-chic layout, you’ll want to pair shades of light gray and white for your coffee table–and-couch combo and then throw in a strong statement chair.

Justina Blakeney's office
Jenna Peffley

There’s nothing that excites us more than a quirky-cool space, and Los Angeles–based designer, blogger, and author Justina Blakeney displays just the right balance of boho-chic boldness in her “jungalow”-style office. Between her cactus-themed wall art, Southwestern-inspired rug, and colorful basket organizer, there are plenty of items in her workspace to lust over. In the mood to liven up your office décor with playful accents? Begin with your neutrals (i.e., white desk, chair, shelving), and then start accessorizing with your showstoppers.

Lauren Conrad’s office
Justin Coit

If you love Lauren Conrad’s charming, feminine style, then you’re destined to fall for her posh office aesthetic. In November 2013, we visited the Los Angeles design studio of her fashion label, Paper Crown, where the designer, author, and former reality star paired several antique staples. Items such as her vintage gold typewriter and red velvet chair certainly give the space character. Throw a classic white lamp into the mix, and then all you need is a brick backdrop to fully capture the essence of her work environment.

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