Inside Supermodel Karlie Kloss’s Stunning New York Office
When supermodel Karlie Kloss isn’t walking down a runway show or posing for a Vogue cover, she’s running a successful coding academy that hosts coding summer camps for girls. Now in its second year, Kode With Klossy has expanded to 15 coding camps in 10 different cities in the U.S., so it was only fitting for her to move into an official office space.
Multifunctional furniture and accessories, which feel more homey than corporate, were chosen to create an enjoyable working environment.
Here’s Karlie leaning against the conference table, which was inspired by her visit to the Soho House in Berlin.
Pinterest was a big resource for Karlie when researching design ideas. “Many of the offices I loved would have these amazing and intricate light fixtures, so I knew I wanted that to be a focal point of my own space,” she tells Homepolish.
Coffee table books paired with blooms on a mirrored console table create an Instagram-worthy vignette.
“We wanted the meeting room to feel like a living space and the conference room to double as a dining room for dinner parties,” says designer Tina.
Keeping millennial pink to a minimun, the “brainstorm room” has a feminine feel without being too sweet.
Dark cabinets and wood countertops got a fresh makeover with white cabinet fronts, brass hardware, and a showstopping geometric cement tile on the face of the island.
This kitchen now also functions as the backdrop for Karlie’s cooking videos on YouTube.
Karlie layered in antiques and mementos, adding a personal touch.
The tiniest but most useful room in the office is the call room, which is swathed in dreamy wallpaper and has comfortable seating.