When your workspace doubles as a video backdrop, it needs to look the part. This is definitely the case for YouTube star Meghan Rienks, who creates thousands of videos for her two million subscribers direct from her Southern California home office. She tapped former rock star–turned–interior designer Max Humphrey to transform her studio into a bright bohemian space that works just as hard in aesthetics as it does in practical elements. "When Max and I first started talking about the design for my office, I expressed the need for video backgrounds at all angles," she told Wayfair. "I wanted every corner of the office to be visually engaging without being too busy or loud in the background of my videos." We think Humphrey nailed it.
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