We Recreated Tory Burch's Fab NYC Office—Come See!


by Kelly Anne Bonner Your acquaintance with Tory Burch most likely stems from those flats that everyone is wearing these days (you know—the ones with those shiny, gold belt buckle-looking toppers on the toes). But she's also got a ton of other merch she's lent her preppy and poppy touch to, from clothes to bags to accessories to yes—even home decor. As a stylish fashion phenom that turned a small New York boutique into a veritable empire, Tory Burch must be in her office day and night. Which is why, we imagine, that she decked the place out to the nines. In a recent feature in Architectural Digest, Burch shows off her newly decorated Manhattan office, which she styled in collaboration with architect Daniel Romualdez. Featuring vibrant colors and classic shapes, the workspace reflects the designer's affinity for tasteful, sophisticated looks. Check out below how we recreated her stunning office, then head to Architectural Digest for the inside scoop on how she redid the place (and for more photos!).

All images via Architectural Digest


Here's the logo you recognize from the shoes in gleaming brass, paired with a similarly-lustrous console table and a few furnishings in dark, subdued colors.

office space

A simple palette of gold and teal in her office allow a little more room for play on the shelf and in the inspiration board.

side table

A mirror with a side table is appropriately accessorized with some delicate plants and eye-catching frames.

the main area

In this main seating area, blue and white porcelain (like the pieces in her line) function as art, and the furnishings have a "traditional with a twist" vibe—very Tory.

the waiting room

In the waiting room, a cool black-lacquered wall plays perfectly with sunburst mirrors and timeless furnishings.

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