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Bobby Berk Headquarters: Conference Room, Call Room, Powder Room & Laundry

There’s so much more design to take in at the new Bobby Berk headquarters!  Are you ready for it? We’re finishing out the main floor of our space with a few more rooms that are functional (and of course, fashionable). It’s time to tour the Conference Room, Call Room, Powder Room & Laundry.

Today we’re taking a look at a handful of rooms that all serve different purposes – whether it’s team meetings, taking calls, or freshening up. So let’s explore all the design details behind the Conference Room, Call Room, Powder Room & Laundry.



Learn about even more details on this project! Check out Announcing Our Latest Project: The Renovation Of The New Bobby Berk Office, Bobby Berk Headquarters: The Entry, Stairs & Living Room, and Bobby Berk Headquarters: Kitchen & Dining Room



Originally, the space functioned as the family room of the home. But we had plans to turn it into the Conference Room–  a multi-functional creative space that would host team meetings, visits with clients, and maybe even the occasional after-work drink! We started by opening up the space on both ends of the room, by replacing the small French doors that lead to the patio with Marvin doors that would completely open up the entire wall to the backyard, creating an ideal indoor/ outdoor vibe (perfect for Southern California). And on the opposite wall, we swapped out a window for another set of Marvin French doors that open to a small balcony. The dated fireplace also got a brand new look, with a Napolean fireplace from Build with Ferguson and a custom minimal black metal mantel.

With the architectural features in place, it was time to start furnishing the space, starting with the biggest and most important piece of furniture: the conference table. We chose the Viccarbe Trestle Table from Steelcase, a clean-lined table that spanned over 10 feet, giving us plenty of space to accommodate our entire team. We paired it with a matching Bench (upholstered in a Designtex fabric) and a trio of chairs for a casual mix-and-match feel: the Uncino chair, Fronda chair, and Viccarbe Season Chair all from Steelcase as well. Overhead, a minimal Katy Skelton linear chandelier lights things up, and Bobby Berk for Karastan rug brings in a black and white pattern below. For visual appeal, we created a large gallery wall surrounding the fireplace. But to keep it from looking too “busy”, we kept the colors neutral and the artwork limited to more abstract pieces. We choose pieces by Alarah Gee, Michel DeSutter, and Visage 06 by Leigh Wells all from Tappan, along with pieces from Bobby’s collection for Leftbank.

Our favorite feature in the room, however, would probably be the wet bar. We kept the existing footprint of the original wet bar and simply elevated and modernized it – starting with White Calcatta Extra Marble from Daltile on the counter and wall. A simple black Kallista faucet and handy Marvel refrigerator drawer from Build with Ferguson also make it easy to prep a cocktail in this chic and cozy corner (after the work day is done, of course).






While the Conference Room is intended for all sorts of larger gatherings, what we’ve dubbed the Call Room was designed to be more intimate, as a setting for calls, zoom meetings, or whenever a team member just needs a bit of privacy. Previously a small home office, we gave this room a bold new look – courtesy of the graphic black and white wallpaper from Schumacher that covers the walls and ceiling. Since the rest of the headquarters is all swathed in a shade of white (Sherwin Williams Snowbelt), we really wanted to make a statement in this smaller space. We gave the existing built-in cabinetry a fresh cost of black paint, as well as Patton drawer pulls from Rejuvenation. Furniture-wise, a curved West Elm Work sofa from Steelcase is a comfy spot to tuck into and get work done and is paired with the round Moooi Container table and a pair of Bolia grab poufs for extra seating.





We took our Powder room in a luxe new direction, by bringing in some custom features and special materials. The bespoke custom floating vanity is clad in White Calcatta Extra Marble from Daltile, as well as the shower walls. On the floors, we brought in subtle color though cindered olive zellige tile from Clé, laid in a chevron pattern. Above the vanity, a unique O&G Studio mirror and sconces add a whole lot of interest to an otherwise simple and clean space. Hardware from Kohler, including a faucet, also brings in graphic black touches, as well as a black Baldwin privacy door knob from Build With Ferguson. 





You might be asking, does an office need a laundry room? Well, when your office also functions as a place to entertain and eat, the answer is yes! And since the design is what we do, this laundry room was definitely going to look good while doing lots of loads of laundry. We started with custom cabinets from Unique Kitchens & Baths, creating lots of essential closed storage for laundry supplies, and paired the white cabinetry with contrasting Rejuvenation Patton cabinet knobs. Next, we chose a straight-set sheeted mosaic tile from Fireclay as a hardworking option for the wall, along with Fireclay’s Fallow tile for a bit of fun on the floor. The playful pattern really elevates this utilitarian room, adding something special. And of course, no laundry room is complete without the main attraction. In this case, it’s a super smart Electrolux washer and dryer from Build with Ferguson, that can tackle any sort of spill or mess with ease.



  1. I’m not sure who made the rule that we must all sit in stiff, uncomfortable chairs while having meetings! So much nicer to be in a cozy and stylish space.

    As always, love your ideas!

    1. Yes! We can have comfort and style every time. Thanks so much for reading! xx -B

      1. Stunning!
        I’ve been trying to decorate our new home in a similar fashion, thanks for all the inspiration!
        I’ve always used bold color so this pallet is refreshing to me – I only I wish I had a couple more rooms!

        1. Thanks so much for your comment! Bold colors can work with neutrals if you add them in through accessories and art too. xx -B

  2. Whew! You’re so talented. This is just gorgeous.

    1. Thank you! This is definitely one of my favorite spots in our new office. xx -B

  3. Love it! All offices should incorporate these design sensibilities!