Light Attic Home Office Of Interior Stylist Holly Marder

I follow quite some interior design blogs and behind many of these blogs are interior stylists or photographers who share their projects, inspirations and sometimes they also give you a peek inside their own home. Most of them have a very distinctive style so after spending a few years following these blogs you can usually tell who is behind the gorgeous spaces you find on the internet. One of my favourite interior stylist and blogger is Holly Marder – the founder of Avenue Lifestyle – whose work I’ve featured many times on my blogs (see some links at the end of this post). The spaces she styles have a Scandinavian vibe that are very light with muted colors and they’re always filled with nice textures, vintage finds and creative sollutions. This week she gave us another tour of her light attic home office (plus she gives great tips at creating your own home office) and they’re so beautiful I just have to share them with you. But really you should follow Holly’s blog because it is filled with gorgeous interior inspiration and insight in how her projects come about. Now let’s take a look at her gorgeous attic home office.

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

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Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

Gravity Home: Home office Holly Marder

photography by Holly Marder

More projects/photography by Holly: A serene and light bedroomLight bedroomher own bedroom with open wardrobehome with a red wooden floora pink and white bedroom

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    1. Hi! It is just 2 sheets of multiplex wood that has been sanded down and oiled. The drawers are from IKEA. And I’m afraid I don’t know how deep it is.

      Astrid

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