Hint: There are vintage chairs and velvet involved.

By Katie Holdefehr
Updated June 13, 2019
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When we learned last year that Mandy Moore was working with interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel to renovate her mid-century modern home, we couldn't stop obsessing over the drop-dead-gorgeous kitchen, the stunning laundry room, and the hyper-organized pantry. So when we spotted on Instagram yesterday that the star is once again teaming up with Sherman Samuel—this time to make over her production office at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles—we dropped what we were doing to drool over the sneak peek. Based on the results of Mandy Moore's home reveal, we expected to find vintage details, pops of color, and luxurious textures in the revamped office. Good news: the design details revealed in the sneak peeks below do not disappoint.

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Before Sarah Sherman Samuel started working her design magic on the room, the bland space lacked personality. A generic brown wood desk and fluorescent lights left much to be desired.

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The designer revealed that the pretty woven rug featured in Moore's office is part of her upcoming collaboration with Lulu & Georgia, which will launch next month. Sherman Samuel described the rug as "hot off the loom," in a previous Instagram story.

The eye-catching black and white coffee table was a vintage find, and in the upper right hand corner, we can catch just a glimpse of what appears to be textured sherpa seating. 

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In this sneak-peek collage, Sherman Samuel lets us in on a few more design secrets. The mid-century modern influence seen in Moore's home reappears in her office space: Sculptural pink seats complement the curved vintage chairs that have been freshly reupholstered. A sleek sofa and a desk with brass drawer pulls hint at the finished design.

Compared to the traditional office space shown in the "before" image, Sherman Samuel has transformed the room into a modern hangout with lots of stylish, yet cozy seating. We'll be keeping our eyes peeled for the final reveal.