If you’ve been hangin’ around coco+kelley long enough, you might recall that when I moved back to Seattle to start my own interior design+events+styling company, I also happened to pick up a little gig at Maison Luxe – a fantastically gorgeous shop owned by the seriously amazing Kelie Grosso (yes, I love it and her that much).
Recently, we relocated the shop to a smaller, cozier space, up on the second floor of a historic building in Pioneer Square with the most insanely fabulous windows. So, on top of my own home office, I now have a little space at Maison Luxe to call my own, and guess what? It was the perfect space for my inspiration board to come to life.
Obviously, the space is Kelie’s, so all the furniture is her own – the desk and file drawers are from Ikea, and the rest of it are pieces available through the store. I adore the caneback chairs!
Let’s talk resources – the cork pencil holder is vintage, found via Etsy. The brass candleholders, the small white bowl and the silver pot are are thrift store items (!), the teacup is my one and only Hermes Balcon Du Guadalquivir. (*sigh*). The birdbath, yellow vase and chrome stapler all belong to Maison Luxe.
Another overall shot of the workspace – you can see my favorite Voluspa candle in Crisp Champagne (on top of the Hermes box) and my absolutely necessary desktop calendar. We stash tons of cards (just like Melissa!) for thank you notes in a clear vase. No fresh flowers today, which is why I always like to have a plant for some permanent green!
Behind the desk is a little area for files, the phone, boxes and shelving to store our product binders, wrapping paper, and more office goodies. (The Hermes ashtray is Kelie’s – can you tell we have similar taste?)