Thursday, May 22, 2014

An office space that looks like a dream home

I have a weakness for workspaces and the stylish offices of San Francisco's Grow Marketing are arguably the most crush worthy of offices I have ever seen. The office space resembles a luxury home with Parisian details and authentic charm, the front reception reminiscent of a sophisticated parlour in a private home. The creative marketing firm - Grow was founded in 2001 by Cassie Hughes and Gabrey Means. The two sought to create a work environment that reflected their stylish clients like Google, Sephora, and Gap, to name a few. The newly renovated building still maintains it's integrity by keeping the exposed brick and raw finishes but also has an element of feminine charm in some spaces and others that embrace the eclectic aesthetic of clients and employees a like. The office is filled with design inspiration and decorating ideas and I love how the spaces are both functional and have that cozy element. See the whole story and more pictures on Pop Sugar.

The upper level executive offices are feminine and cozy complete with chandeliers. Black and white chevron curtains act as dividers. 

The front reception greets guests with a formal sitting area and antiques. Alongside it a glass conference room. 

The lounge is filled with fashionable details such as mixed prints, gold accents and other eclectic finds.

The lower-level workspace is sectioned into groups of four desks, each with various pops of color centered on an oversized printed rug. 

There are definitely a lot of decorating ideas to be found in the space not to mention decorating trends. Stay tuned on the blog as I share some of my own decorating ideas and curate some of my favourite pieces perfect to get this look!

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