TV personality and fashion designer Whitney Port-Rosenman has just unveiled the renovation of her Los Angeles workspace and it’s what office dreams are made of. The raw wood ceilings and exposed beams contrast impeccably with soft touches in plush chairs, thick rugs and curved decor.
Far from an ordinary home office, this is essentially an entire house makeover, including an office desk space, sitting area, podcasting nook, bathroom and wardrobe that Whitney utilises as her workspace.
From styling to hosting the With Whit podcast, the interior design needed to accommodate the many hats she wears as a businesswoman. A low-sitting lounge covered in cushions makes for a cosy recording nook.
For anyone who’s followed Whitney since her days as an intern in the Teen Vogue offices on reality show The Hills, it’ll come as no surprise that the renovation of her 1920s-era Spanish-style house is incredibly chic. The space has come together over the last few years with the help of designer Annie Cartwright and it’s been documented on her Renovation Station YouTube series.
Whitney collaborated with Amazon Home on the project, curating a selection of pieces that spoke to her natural-meets-refined aesthetic. The bathroom is a highlight, with the mesmerising wallpaper setting the scene for creativity.
With pretty touches that soothe and delight, this is about as far from a sterile office cubicle as you can get. The scalloped bathroom sink and pretty splashback make for a refined work bathroom. A warm rattan vanity and curved mirror are pleasing to the eye.
Plants are dotted throughout, in keeping with other earthy elements like raw wood and botanical wallpaper.
Jewellery organisation is easy with a dedicated space for every type of accessory.
Whether answering emails or running meetings, a gorgeous, expansive table and comfortable chairs have the job covered.
Shop Whitney Port’s office
Kimono Teal Bespoke Mural, Graham & Brown
$75 / square metre
An escapist wallpaper to get the creative juices flowing.
Rohld Table Lamp, Freedom
Earthy textures but make it chic.
Tan Warner Faux Leather Armchair, Loft 23 by Temple & Webster
The kind of chair we’d want to answer emails from.
Marcella Natural Mirror, Adairs
A mirror with curved details is always better.
Miller Sand 1 Seater Lounge Chair, Adairs
Go for a single or trio lined up for lounging.