Style Scheme: A Feminine Home Office

May 5, 2017

Text by Douglas Graneto

In the Spring 2017 issue of New England Home Connecticut, interior designers Caroline Kopp and Douglas Graneto created style schemes for chic office spaces for an imagined “power couple.”

Today Douglas Graneto picks the furnishings, accessories and art for a feminine office space. Click here to take a look at the masculine office imagined by Kopp which we shared with our readers yesterday.

Coastal Travels by David Charles Williams
Art is a fantastic way to add a whimsical element to a room. This painting by David Charles Williams draws you in with a ring of color. Samuel Owen Gallery, Greenwich,


Dumont Sofa
Adding a sofa to your home office can transform the room from a work space to a special escape. Layered with super soft fur pillows, one can cozy up and read for hours. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams,

MGBW Dumont Sofa

Dickinson Chandelier
“An attractive reproduction of a favorite vintage fixture. This pendant brings a touch of glamour into any room.” Circa Lighting, Greenwich, Connecticut,

Circa Lighting Dickinson Chandelier

Bernhardt Salon Desk
The delicate base and linear desk top will give any work space a feeling of elegance.

Bernhardt Salon Desk

Vintage Books
A collection of vintage coffee table books is a styling must. Stack them on bookshelves or on a cocktail table with fresh flowers. The Antique and Artisan Gallery, Stamford, Connecticut,

Vintage Book


Haruki Sisal Wallpaper (left)

Ombre Lilac Curtain Panels (middle)
Rosemary Hallgarten, Fairfield, Connecticut,

Ikat Rug (#298065C) (right)

Douglas Graneto Design, Greenwich, (203) 622-8383,



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