The creative shared a peek inside her new workplace, plus offered her best advice for crafting an inspired, elevated office.
An office, home studio, or creative work area is, by default, a place you go to be creative—which is why the space itself should be as inspiring as possible. That's part of the reason why Miller favors the multipurpose main hub of the office. "It's what you see right when you walk in. We use this workspace for a lot more than meetings! The large table is a craft table, dining table, and photo shoot surface all in one. It's a place to spread out to brainstorm and have meetings or even parties," she says. "The cabinet opposite it serves as a buffet, and opens up to act as storage too, once again making the most of every inch of space."
The room is also full of natural light, thanks to the windowed doors (a must for a creative space). "It's nice to be able to see trees right outside your office, even in the middle of New York City! The New York City View decal from our Darcy Miller x Chasing Paper collection placed on the wall in between them gives us a view of the Empire State Building."