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Enter Homepolish designer Tali Roth, who transformed the space from a bland before to an amazing after. "It just lacked personality, and Rebecca’s so vibrant," Roth tells PEOPLE. "I really wanted to create a space that represented her and her brand together."
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Meeting the Requirements
Everything about the completed office is as chic and stylish as its owner, and delivers all of Taylor's must-haves: "Personalization, organization and inspiration," says the 46-year-old.
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Floral Focal Point
The stunning floral wallpaper served as a jumping-off point for the rest of the room. "The key element was the Ellie Cashman wallpaper," Roth says. "It was the first thing we established."
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Inspiration Is Key
One wall showcases Taylor's inspiration board, featuring photos, color schemes and a special piece of art displayed front and center. "I love that her husband’s artwork is part of the inspiration board," Roth says of the painting by Taylor's husband, Wayne Pate, 45. "It's funny because so much of his work relates to her collections."
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All in the Details
Taylor already owned most of the furniture, which seems to float above the hand-painted geometric floor. (The painting took 12 hours!) "I think the subtlety of the colors works so beautifully," Roth says of the custom creation. "It doesn’t overpower the space at all. It just brings everything to life."
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Now that Taylor has a space that suits her brand and personal style, she can get down to business. "I spend so much time at work that I think it’s important for your work space to feel inspiring and happy and functional," Taylor says. "Mission accomplished!"