Scenes From The Office

We have many different areas that make up the Free People Home Office. From design pods to the store display workshop, there always seems to be some new addition that pops up in each section week after week. I like getting the chance to capture this ever-changing environment that we work in. Have a look!

dream catcher and inspiration

Dreamcatcher and moon garland.

wood slats

Wood flooring.

flowers and pins

Flowers and pins.

cat inspiration wall with balloons

Our accessory buyer’s cat inspiration wall was looking very festive this week.

talk banner

sewing on a button

looking through the sample closet

Our sample coordinator looking through the sample closet.

banners hanging in window

pom poms in the mez

Holiday Pom Poms.

free people catalog

Have a great weekend!

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10 years ago

Beautiful! Can’t wait to see those new store displays :)

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10 years ago

Really hoping I receive the’s pretty sporadic when I do receive it….love scenes from the office, probably my favorite posts other than the DIY ones of course :)

10 years ago

All of the crochet you decorate with has inspired me to bring out my hooks again!

10 years ago

Oooh, do you know how the poms were made, by chance? I would love to hang some in my apartment. :)

10 years ago
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Liz – here’s a pom pom tutorial!

10 years ago

wood flooring…I’m actually obsessed (yeah I’m a dork)!

10 years ago
10 years ago

I may need to give those pom poms a try…

10 years ago

loved this post, i make dreamcatchers and have them hanging in my bedroom and at my desk <3 thanks for sharing!

10 years ago

Totally copy-and-pasting this around to all the FB bloggers, in hopes of a reply!
I have a question I’ve been meaning to ask the FP blogger (or anyone else who’d like to help me out), I love the style of photography you all have, and am just wondering what cameras you all use? I’m hoping to get a proper camera, and love the arty side of photography, but am hopeless at understanding the technological side. If you could let me know, I’d be so grateful. (If your sugesstions turn out to fit my price range I’d be even more grateful!!)