In The Studio | Luxury On Demand

In The Studio | Luxury On Demand | fashion books, Anthropologie deer vase, tulips, office decor

Today we’re going on a little visual tour of Luxury On Demand’s studio in Seattle, WA. It’s got fashion books, lovely clothes, pink, flowers, a vintage rotary phone… basically all you need in a girly and stylish work studio or home office. I’ve been very inspired by home decor lately after posting some photos from a friend’s vintage apartment (see Apartment Envy | Teacups and Books), so when I set my eyeballs on this space, I had to snap a few photos. I hope you are equally inspired and enjoy this new blog feature.

In The Studio | Luxury On Demand

Jesica Milton, owner and curator of Luxury On Demand consignment. I’m actually consigning a pair of Balenciaga shoes on her site right now and she’s been a doll to work with. I didn’t even have to drive up to her studio to drop them off–she sent me a prepaid shipping label to my house so I could mail them to her at my leisure.

In The Studio | Luxury On Demand | Anthropologie deer vase with tulipsI love this deer vase from Anthropologie. Fresh tulips instead of horns? Genius.

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In The Studio | Luxury On DemandOverlooking the small details can be easy to do when you’re going for function in office decor. Things like adding a candle, flowers, punchy stapler, and a cute tin to put your pens in really make a difference.

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Pink is my happy color if you can’t tell. I wish my husband would be able to tolerate a pink wall in our house. Maybe some custom wall decor is in order. 😉

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Jesica buzzes in her studio visitors from this vintage rotary phone. How adorable is that? Fashion and function, me like.

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Photos by Alexis Sargent

OFFICE DECOR INSPIRED BY THE LOD STUDIO:

 

3 Comments
  1. Furniture should be beautiful but usable, and its purpose should be crystal clear.
    Dirt and dust can be simply mopped away with a micro fibre cloth,
    perfect for those who don’t have much time for cleaning.
    Run wild with your imagination to completely customize the look and feel of your house.

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