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Barbara Barry’s Chic Design Office

Thursday, July 30, 2009 | Category: Designers, Magazines

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Speaking of Traditional Home, I also loved this story on Barbara Barry’s Los Angeles Office. She kept her office clean without a lot of decoration in order to have a fresh palette to work with.  I can attest to the fact that a cluttered office equals cluttered design.

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As much as I love color, this all-white palette is really striking a chord.

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Even her bulletin board is glamorous.

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One more shot of their fabulous work space.  Ms. Barry said she’ll even curl up on a couch in the conference room to brainstorm with her staff of 14.  Sounds like a great practice to put into place!  I wish I could keep my desk that uncluttered.  Decorative hardware samples, countertop remnants, door samples, and drawings galore usually end up covering the surface!  Looks like I could take a tip or two from the Barbara Barry offices!

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2 Comments to 'Barbara Barry’s Chic Design Office'

Erin Weir 30 Jul 09 at 2:18 pm

Absolutely stunning! I had the opportunity this year to meet with Ms. Barry at her LA office – definitely the perfect canvas for design. She is simply amazing!

Down Pillow 01 Aug 09 at 5:05 pm

I think a workspace should try to be kept uncluttered – it really helps keep the confusion down to a minimum & time can be focused on the tasks at hand.

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