Stacey Cohen Interiors: Home Office Chic

Stacey Cohen Interiors: Home Office Chic


*This is a sponsored post

It’s no secret that I enjoy interior design. In my eyes, a beautifully decorated house makes a happy home. Today, I’d like to showcase one of the hottest designers on the market—Stacey Cohen-- a L.A. based interior architect with clients in New York, L.A. and Detroit. Stacy strives to provide the very best for each client-- utilizing both her experience and their individual wants and needs to design the perfect living space, or in this case, working space. Her style is equal parts couture and chic with a little dash of whimsical.

These days, working from home is becoming the norm. As a work-from-home blogger myself, I can truly attest that your office space can either make or break you. With more than 15 years of experience and the successful launch of her own collection, Stacey has a knack for striking that perfect balance with designing work spaces that are both visually appealing, and work inspiring.

In case you’re more of a visual person, take a look at some the office chic pieces in her new collection, which coincidentally, have just made it to the top of my wish-list.









1. Zeon Contemporary Lamp -This lamp adds just the right amount of color to a room without being too overpowering. Bonus: I'm currently crushing on lime green.

2. Buckner console - I'm so in love with this console. Crafted with pine wood, this makeshift desk is a bit out of the ordinary in terms of a desk, but who does ordinary anymore??

3. Sunny office chair- If you're anything like me, your fanny will truly appreciate this new addition to your office.

 4. Exotic Vibe Modern Throw- It's taken a few years, but animal print is finally starting to grow on me. This funky rug adds an element of playfulness and style.

As a bonus, here are three tips from Stacey on how to create an office space to that is both visually appealing and functional.

Let the desk choose the style of your office. Choose from a true desk, a clean dining table or  a  secretary-style credenza-desk. The last provides a fun twist and works well in a small space.

Remember, comfort is key when choosing a task chair. Pick one suitable for your body and compliments your daily activities.

Lighting is important. Position your work station near natural sunlight and then compliment the space with one to two task lights.


For more great designing tips, products or services by Stacy, visit StaceyCohenInteriors.com or find her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!



*Note: I received compensation in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

3 comments :

  1. You read my mind! I am trying to figure out how to scale down my "office" into being less office-y (if that's a word?) and more Amanda-friendly, and these pieces are perfect inspiration!

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  2. I have a large office in the house and also a den. I keep finding myself decorating them the same way on accident because we chose cherry wood for both rooms! I definitely agree with designing the room around the desk. It's so hard to match other items up to it otherwise.

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  3. I can't wait to move and be able to have an office space again. It's important to have my own little area to work and store files. Plus, I'll get to shop for a new desk and chair!!

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