By Anna Kocharian

Published on August 8, 2016

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Photography by ACNE STUDIOS

Having recently moved on to a bigger (and better!) office space, team domino has been endlessly sourcing inspiration for the decor of the new digs. Here, we rounded up a few of our favorite spots from around the web. Take a look!

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Photography by JULIA ROBBS

A style-focused waiting area is a must, where comfort and functionality remain a top priority. This glam spot manages to succeed at both with the cozy sheepskins draped across the area’s seating.

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Photography by MORE WITH LESS

Macrame plant hangers paired with overflowing greens provide a striking contrast against the warm wood details of this mod-meets-cozy waiting area.

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Photography by COPPER.ANTWERPEN

A copper clad reception desk sets the perfect first impression, wouldn’t you say? In a room of an aesthetic as reserved as this, an eye-catching accent piece can go a long way.

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Photography by CLAIRE ESPARROS

Cozy sheepskins paired with mod copper seats elevate the typical conference room setup. A fiddle leaf fig tree in the corner establishes a natural pop of color, complementing the warmth of the copper.

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Photography by LEIBAL

We’re all about elevating the standard conference room decor. Bright colors come in the form of furnishings and an intricately gridded tile extends well beyond the walls to establish a mesmerizing backdrop.

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Photography by BROOKE HOLM

When sitting at a desk just won’t do, we’ll take to standing desks to change things up. This plant-filled workspace is an absolute dream!

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Photography by Evgeny Evgrafov via Archdaily.com

Pink and domino go hand-in-hand, and so a pale pink floor paint is surely ideal. We can’t get enough of the subtle contrast between the polished pink concrete and the exposed cinderblock walls.

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Photography by BSHERMANWORKSHOP

A comfortable spot for impromptu team lunches deserves a dining setup much like this. This perfectly minimal setting exudes a homey aesthetic that is comfortable, calming, and simply blissful.

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Photography by ELLE DECOR

Staying caffeinated is a must for the domino team. A properly stocked coffee cart complete with all the essentials definitely deserves a little floor place in our new kitchen!

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Photography by SFGIRLBYBAY / VICTORIA SMITH

For our every-growing collection of props, a well-styled storage solution is in order. We’re taking major cues from this minimalist corner featuring a white subway tile surround (the dark grout is a must!) paired with maple wood shelves.

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Photography by COPPER.ANTWERPE

Who doesn’t love a good two-tone colorblock? A splash of color elevates the otherwise monochromatic scheme of this space.

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Photography by CLAIRE ESPARROS

Sleek metallic details elevate the typical kitchen setup, adding a glam layer atop the streamlined cabinet fronts. Pops of color on the floating shelves help further brighten up the look!

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Photography by DAVID RODRíGUEZ Y CARLOS HUECAS

Phone calls and an open layout office don’t make a good mix. For that alone, compartmentalized phone booths that promote privacy are key.

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Photography by MODERNHAUSDESIGN.COM

We’re not afraid to go big with plants, and this Southwest-inspired corner is definitely a must in our new space!

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Photography by THE EVERY GIRL

With all the books, plants, and countless other random odds and ends that occupy our work area, ample desk space is high on our list!

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Photography by FANTASTICFRANK.SE

For the test kitchen we’ll be considering an island solely clad with a butcher’s block countertop, for variety. Contrasting subway tiles go without saying, while sleek floating shelves will help keep essentials close-at-hand.

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Photography by ADRIEN WILLIAMS

Floor-to-ceiling glass walls coupled with a thin wooden trim impart a sleek modern touch to this whitewashed space.

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Photography by SFGIRLBYBAY / VICTORIA SMITH

An entertaining center is crucial! Bar carts aside, we will be bringing in a shelf to hold all of our party essentials.

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Photography by SMITTEN STUDIO

A creative space is not complete without a mood board! Regardless of scale (obviously, we prefer the bigger) we’ll be designating a spot for all that inspire us in the current season.

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Photography by DAVID RODRíGUEZ Y CARLOS HUECAS

Those seemingly endless meetings don’t seem so bad, if and only, they take place in a vibrantly colorful room like this.

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