Published on June 10, 2019

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Less than a year after Mandy Moore revealed her stunning mid-century remodel, she’s back at the drawing table with Sarah Sherman Samuel. The Los Angeles–based designer took to her Instagram stories this week to share a sneak peek inside their latest project together: Moore’s office.

“Guess who gets the first Sarah Sherman Samuel x Lulu and Georgia rug?” Samuel teased, tagging Moore in the post. We’ll admit it, we’re pretty jealous—the rugs don’t launch until next month. But as we swiped through and saw the space coming together one curvaceous armchair at a time, we realized that it’s totally possible to re-create the rest of the This Is Us star’s work space immediately. 

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Here are the four pieces you’ll need:

Faye Toogood’s Roly Poly Chair

We spotted this chubby plastic chair hanging out in the corner, reconfirming that it’s the seat of choice for 2019. (Leanne Ford put the same design in her nursery.) Moore will surely feel like a boss in this blush beauty.  

A Pink Velvet Sofa

We’re still not over Jonathan Adler’s Now House collection for Amazon, and apparently, neither is Samuel. If Toogood’s chair is for getting down to business, this velvet number is for midafternoon catnaps.

Brass Hardware

Moore’s desk will forever be a reminder of her relationship with Samuel. They customized the sleek piece with the half-moon pulls that the designer created with Park Studio.

An Inlaid Coffee Table

This striped resin table is practically identical to the vintage one Samuel scored for her client. With its already bold black-and-white pattern, it will barely need any decorative accents on top.

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A First Look at Mandy Moore’s New Pasadena Home


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