I'm obsessed with the Rare Beauty office — here’s how to copy Selena Gomez's office style while you WFH

Selena just gave the Rare Beauty office a major makeover I'm living for it

selena gomez in a silver dress and earrings on a bright pink background outlined in white
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Ok I'm obsessed with all think Selena Gomez and the Rare Beauty office makeover is no exception. I've stocked up on just about every liquid blush Rare offers, so it's no wonder I need to recreate the office look at home.

The Single Soon singer took to Instagram to give her 430 million fans a sneak peek at her beauty line's new office, and it's safe to say with accommodations this chic, employees aren't going to be terribly anxious to head home — and I wouldn't blame them TBH.

The ultra-stylish space has received four million likes and counting, so naturally, everyone's curious how their small home office ideas can mimic Selena's, even if they're working in a tiny space.

Have a look at Selena Gomez's new Rare Beauty office

Velvet blush rugs. Sleek, white shelves. Playful images. Rare Beauty's new digs have me noodling about my own desk space and revamping traditional home office ideas

It's definitely giving us Mabel. BTW, speaking of Only Murders in the Building, we spoke to the show's production designer about recreating Mabel's Upper West Side aesthetic look in your home.

"After 3 years. We were able to make our home cozy! @rarebeauty," the star writes on Instagram. 

How to recreate the Rare Beauty office look

If this style sends your heart aflutter, it's time to give your makeshift office a feminine makeover. We have a feeling your productivity will benefit from such lush surroundings. 

1. Use sleek storage options

With all of the work — and samples! — Selena has at her disposal, the only way for her envy-worthy office to stay that way is by keeping it tidy. From the looks of it, her gorgeous white shelves are already putting in the work. 

"I love the clean and minimalist look of the storage solutions in Selena Gomez’s Rare Beauty office," says interior stylist Vivianne Chow. "Her white fluted sideboard behind the desk is also a great solution for closed storage to hide away any visual clutter."

Plus, a few home office organization ideas will keep spaces in tip-top shape, even sans Rare Beauty Liquid Blush. 

Vivianne Chow and her husband Tim on the couch
Vivianne Chow

Vivianne Chow is an interior stylist and founder of the home decor blog, VivandTimHome.com. She's passionate about sharing the best modern home decor to buy and recently built a dream custom home with her husband Tim. Together they're tackling decorating room by room and sharing design tips and ideas along the way!

2. Add feminine touches

If it feels like you're channeling a ballet slipper, that's because you are — and the pros are here for it. 

"To ensure a seamless integration of styles, consider incorporating a blend of soft, delicate hues such as pinks and nude tones like Selena did," says designer Elizabeth Vergara. "This infuses a sense of refined glamour while maintaining a soothing ambiance."

What's more, Selena decided to add a few modern accents, like the chairs, to make the space a feast for the eyes. 

"I love how she took into account the importance of rounded furniture pieces, not only do they add a contemporary flair, but they also contribute to a cohesive design narrative," Vergara adds.

Elizabeth Vergara/Qwoted
Elizabeth Vergara

Elizabeth Vergara is the owner, principal designer, and lead project manager at the Latina owned luxury design and build agency Vergara Homes. Over the past 13+ years, Elizabeth has been helping homeowners design and renovate their upscale homes as a Design Build Specialist.

3. Pay attention to lighting

Yes, you want to be alert in your workspace, but you don't want your eyes to feel strained from such a bright light. When possible, work with dimmers and opt for LED lights. 

Marzia Dainelli, CEO and interior designer at Dainelli Studio, swears it will make all the difference. 

Marzia Dainelli

Marzia Dainelli is the CEO and interior designer at Dainelli Studio, a Milan-based architecture firm with a dual soul: product and interior design.

4. Avoid contrast

For a space so feminine, it's crucial to maintain that look throughout the entire space. Don't break up the flow with pieces that won't integrate well into the aesthetic.

"It's important to use soft materials, warm natural tones," Dainelli says. "Stay away from stark whites, greys, or strong black accents."

5. Make it welcoming

These days, our home/office balance is a bit...off (to say the least). If you need to gather with your associate to work on a presentation, or even if you're going to appear on a generous amount of Zoom calls, you'll need your space to look the part.

"Even when working from home, many home offices still benefit from spaces that allow for collaboration," says Dave Adams, VP of Marketing at BDI Furniture. "Instead of meeting at the office, clients and co-workers often visit colleague’s home offices, so this is where a space for collaboration counts."

Dave Adams
Dave Adams

Dave Adams is vice president of marketing of BDI, a premier designer and manufacturer of innovative home furnishings. Dave understands what consumers need today from their home office and entertainment spaces, and how technology can be seamlessly integrated into home and offices today.

Shop the look

Now it's time to channel your favorite star. Home office designs everywhere are about to get a taste of Selena. 

Prices were accurate at the time of publication.

Will the star and Our Place partner soon add "interior designer" to her résumé? We'll cross our fingers for a future collab, but in the meantime, we're swooning over the Our Place Dream Cooker release. (Perhaps it'll appear on Selena + Chef?!)

Danielle Valente
Content Editor

Pleasure to meet you! I'm Danielle, a content editor at Real Homes who loves scoping out interior trends. I've specialized in lifestyle writing and editing for 10 years with a focus on events, food, and books, among other areas. When I'm not working, I'm usually cooking, reading, or searching for a new project for my apartment.