Juliette Byrne’s projects are high-end luxury residential homes that are filled with endless decorating ideas.
Office design in a contemporary style mixed with modern classic touches is the inspiration that we bring you today. This one, located in Mayfair’s Hotel (London) and designed by Juliette Byrne, as the winner of the United Kingdom Property Awards 2018. Find here the perfect solution to create a sophisticated and never-boring home office, like this one.
Juliette Byrne is an interior design studio based in Chelsea and founded in 1988. Her decorating ideas and interior inspiration are renowned due to her elegant and contemporary style blended with modern classic as well as a keen attention to detail. Juliette Byrne has been named one of the top interior designers in United Kingdom by distinguished interior publications such as Conde Nast, House & Garden Magazine as well as the Telegraph.
With a keen attention to detail and efficiency, she offers a generous and unique view into the creative process, sharing her passions, experiences, advice and the philosophy behind her richly tailored, sophisticated style.
And how can you get things done in your home office? Lasdun Desk by Essential Home was inspired in the brutalist works of Denys Lasdun. It features two cubic towers crafted from varnished walnut veneer with both two doors in nero marquina marble, boasting a clean and monolithic presence. Brass details were added to the base and below the marble countertop, producing a soulful and sleek visual to this desk. Gathered with it, let us present you Tellus Armchair: in Roman mythology, Tellus is the goddess of the Earth. Tellus Armchair by Brabbu honors its deity aura. The twill fabric, nailhead trim and the back legs in matte lacquered add subtle sophistication, making this fabric chair an elegant product able to fit in any modern home decor.
To complement this office, meet Vengeance by Koket: seeking retribution, she fights to take back what is rightfully hers. Cast brass hands grasp the Vengeance Table Lamp’s marble column structure embodying her impassioned struggle; and Maya 2 Seat Sofa: The Maya civilization had maize as one of the primary elements of their culture. Personified as a woman, Maya’s Maize God was the inspiration behind Maya Sofa designed by Brabbu. With legs in matte aged brass, this velvet chair has the sensual and delicate forms of the goddess, making it the perfect seating solution for an elegant living room set or even a sophisticated home office.