The Workspace that you’d Kill to Move into

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

IMAGINE WALKING INTO THIS MANHATTAN MANSION FOR WORK EVERY MORNING…

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Trunk Club: The Workspace that you'd Kill to Move into • on @SavvyHome

Having to work everywhere this past week while my internet was re-installed got me thinking a lot about workspaces—more specifically the importance of creating a work environment that’s not only practical and comfortable, but that also leaves you inspired.

The team from Trunk Club—a startup that provides styling services for men (and soon women!)—created the ultimate inspiring workspace when they moved into a mansion near Rockefeller Center in NYC.

Each room in the mansion was designed by a different fashion house: Vince, Theory, Orlebar Brown, John Varvatos… Every room is completely unique and unabashedly cool: brass bar, leather sofas, sheepskins, statement Serge Mouille chandeliers… This office is more than a workplace—it’s a lifestyle space where the lines between living and working are beautifully blurred.

Historically for men only, Trunk Club is now accepting women clients on a waitlist basis. No need to say I put my name down, if only for a chance to tour their beautiful offices (and get a wardrobe makeover of course).

Head to Domino for the rest of the tour.

 

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Photography Michael Wiltbank.