Office of the CEO
New York City
Homepolish time purchased
A music CEO gets the clean, comfortable and stylish office to match his busy, high-profile schedule.
With musical clients like Diplo, The Weeknd and Lorde, the CEO of Songs Publishing needed a refined office to match his roster of A-list clientele. Homepolish designer Danielle swooped in to create a stylish space that read modern and professional.
This mismatched space needed a quick and inexpensive fix-up. Danielle got to work incorporating her signature industrial chic meets mid-century modern aesthetic. She structured a loungey meeting area perfect for chatting with clients over coffee or a cocktail. The black leather couch is sleek and modern, perfectly complementing the smoky grey armchairs. Books and a bright blue bowl bring color to the coffee table, and a Stepevi Harvest Rug—the client's favorite piece—brings everything together nicely. A cool metal shelf holds more books, framed photos and, of course, the bar. "We were pretty fickle and ended up not liking some things we thought we would, but Danielle was very accommodating and worked until it was just right," Margaret, Executive Assistant to the CEO said.
The cool new office space is equal parts professional and relaxed, a sign of true teamwork between the designer and client. "Danielle and I worked really well together to find a style my boss was comfortable with," Margaret said. "It was great to shop with an experienced designer and get her opinion on pieces on the spot."
Homepolish and I worked really well together to find a style my boss was comfortable with. It was great to shop with an experienced designer and get an opinion on the spot.
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