My Seattle Met Feature + Home Office Tour

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you may have seen my announcement that I was featured in Seattle Met’s February 2018 issue!!!

I was approached in December to be interviewed by Seattle Met about how I work at home. After my interview, the Art Director at Seattle Met asked me when I’d like to have the photographer come, or if I’d like to provide my own photos. I jumped at the chance to have my photography in print, so YES.

I’m super excited about this feature for my (still unnamed) marketing business where I provide Art Direction, Design, Photography, but also because it was just so damn fun to have a project like this to work on.

I spent a few days between Christmas and New Years arranging and rearranging until I got everything just right. I’d like to thank my husband for being my photography assistant and the muscle, and our dog Maximus for being the cutest pug model there ever was (wait til you see how he posed!!!!).

Okay, onward to the feature…

Seattle Met How to Design A Home Office | Photography by Becca Risa Luna




Home Office Tour

+ More on working from home… 

I’ve been working from home full time for about a year. When I started WFH, I’d sit on the couch, at the kitchen table, or using the countertop as a standing desk. After a few months of moving my laptop from place to place around my 950 sq. ft. house, I realized I needed a dedicated space to work, shoot photos, and to get inspired. I also wanted a place to display my handbags because that’s what inspires me to make money and what my work is actually about.  Luckily, I have a spare guest room that I wasn’t using for guests.

When I started designing my space, I knew I wanted it to be bright, open and airy with places to display beauty products, jewelry, and of course, handbags.

Fashion Home Office Design and Photography by Becca Risa Luna and Pug

I’ve moved a few things around since I shot this, but overall I really love how inspiring my space turned out. I’m able to work in a space that also serves as my dressing room and IRL inspiration board.

Here are some of the products featured:

Pug: Maximus, aged 13, available for love
Desk:  Skarsta Sit-Stand Desk from IKEA  (similar here)
Drawer: Alex Drawer Unit from Ikea
Chair:  or Modway Mid-Century Modern Upholstered Fabric Armchair 
Rug: nuLOOM Traditional Vintage Abstract Waterfall Area Rugs
Black Coffee Cup and Saucer: Coffeezone Double Espresso Coffee Cup and Saucer
Pink Lotion: Origins Original Skin Renewal Serum
Black Lotion: Aesop Body Lotion
Grey Calendar: Easy Tiger To Do Small Journal
Floor Lamp: Project 62 Geneva Multiple Glass Globe Floor Lamp
Shelf: 6-Cube Organizer Shelf 13″
Table Lamp: Project 62 Geneva Glass Globe Accent Lamp
Skull Artwork: Marmont Hill “Chanel Skull Black” Framed Printed Painting
Handbags: Balenciaga City (on chair), Yves Saint Laurent WOC, Marc Jacobs Mini Single Flap Bag, Louis Vuitton Epi Alma BB, Proenza Schouler PS1 Mini, Proenza Schouler PS11 Tiny, Salvatore Ferragamo Small Sofia, Mansur Gavriel Mini Bucket Bag



All Styling & Photography by Becca Risa Luna 

Author: Becca Risa Luna

Seattle-based fashion writer and personal essayist. Likes designer handbags, glaring openness, and subtle vulgarity.

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