Cool Workspaces to Inspire Your Most Productive Year Yet

Lauren Powell
by Lauren Powell

When it comes to work, nothing inspires your 9-5 day more than a beautiful office environment. Whether it’s a complete makeover, a mini revamp, or a new desk essential, an update to your workspace—big or small—can provide the lift and motivation you need post summer holidays. To get you started, we’ve curated a selection of the most stylish workspaces around the world to inspire your very own office revamp. Scroll down to witness some of our favourite professional spaces around the globe.

Vita Fede, Los Angeles

The newly renovated offices of contemporary jewellery and accessories line Vita Fede are the perfect example of refined and sophisticated. The space, designed by interior designer and style blogger Aimee Song of Song of Style, echoes the brand's signature aesthetic.

Katherine Power, Los Angeles


Justin Coit for Domaine

Hello, dream office. Of course Clique Media co-founder, Katherine Power has arguable one of the most stunning offices we’ve ever laid eyes on. Power wanted a space that felt calm and focused which also featured some of her favourite items—candles, fresh flowers and personal photos—to make her feel right at home. We’d happily live here.

J Crew, New York City

It’s no surprise that retail giant J.Crew’s president and executive creative director, Jenna Lyons, has one enviable office space. It is brimming with chic décor and furniture and reflects the brand's coveted cool aesthetic.

La Porte Space, Sydney


Mitch Tomlinson and Mitch Ross

La Porte Space is Australia’s latest concept in serviced, luxury office spaces and photographic studios for creatives and small businesses—including influencers Margaret Zhang, Sara Donaldson and Eleanor Pendleton—and the interior has to be seen to be believed. Its chic, all-black facade is the perfect entrance to the Parisian-inspired interior. 

The Lane, Gold Coast


The Lane

The headquarters of Australian wedding brand and publication The Lane is romantic, calming, and chic. Located on the Gold Coast, the light-filled space incorporates an eclectic mix of finishes and décor.

Hillary Kerr, Los Angeles


Justin Coit for Domaine

This bold, eclectic, and glamourous space belongs to Clique Media's co-founder Hillary Kerr. We love the gallery wall of framed black-and-white photographs and vintage touches.

Harper and Harley, Sydney


Mitch Tomlinson and Mitch Ross

One of the world’s most successful fashion bloggers and brainchild of Harper and Harley, Sara Donaldson, has a work space that reflects her iconic style—monochromatic, paired-back, and incredibly chic. Fittingly located in Sydney’s stylish La Porte Space, Donaldson’s office is simply dreamy.

Everlane, San Francisco


Luke Beard for Exposure

Online clothing retailer, Everlane’s San Francisco’s digs can be described as Scandinavian modern. It’s sleek, minimal, and chic just like its sought-after collections.

Sarah & Sebastian, Sydney

One of our favourite Australian jewellery labels, known for its delicate, hand-crafted pieces, Sarah & Sebastian, has an office space as fine as its sought-after collection. The Sydney studio replicates the brand’s minimal approach to jewellery design through clean lines and modern simplicity.

Glamour Magazine Editor, Los Angeles

US Glamour Magazine’s West Coast editor wanted a work space that was as high-functioning as it was fashionable and the result is exactly that. The neutral colours and natural textures juxtaposed with hints of deep hues create a timeless and elegant working space—exactly what you’d imagine the office of a Glamour editor to look like.

To give your workspace an instant and effective update, invest in a stylish new office chair.

Which is your favourite space? And what’s most important to you in a workspace? Share with us in the comments below!

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