A Workspace in Touch With Its Feminine Side

Scott Lucas | May 9, 2014 | Story Interiors

When Grow Marketing—a marketing firm whose clients have included Google, Glenlivet, Sephora, Levi's, GAP, and Dockers—recently completed a make over of their office space in Jackson Square, they knew they had to get the details right.

After all, the firm specializes in creating stylistic spaces for clients—so their own had better match up.

Check out the results in the slideshow above.

Founders Cassie Hughes and Gabrey Means tapped Josef Medellin as their designer, who had worked with brands like Levi's and Calvin Klein, to turn the large, unfinished space into a feminine and chic workspace.

As you can see, the new workspace has a colorful feel that—they hope—keeps their staff motivated. The front reception area has a formal sitting area, antiques, and molded adorned walls that lead to the glass conference room, which has a harvest table and white leather chairs.

It's a far cry from a Dr. Strangelove conference room—and that might not be a bad thing.

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