Whitney Port unveils sophisticated new home office – and the furnishings are available on Amazon

Television personality and fashion designer Whitney Port has unveiled her newly renovated home office, Whitney Port HQ, in collaboration with Amazon Home, and we’re loving the sophisticated, earthy interiors

Whitney Port in minimal home office
(Image credit: Sydney Jackson)

A true labor of love, the renovation works of Whitney Port’s new workspace have been ongoing for years to transform the house into a fully functional and design-centered home office. Working closely with her husband Tim Rosenman across the process, the couple documented the entire renovation journey on YouTube which you can watch if you fancy a deep dive into the behind-the-scenes content.

As a successful entrepreneur juggling lots of creative endeavors, most notably running her lifestyle blog and podcast show Whit Whit, it was essential to Port that the design of the home office was highly practical as a productive workspace, yet felt in keeping with her minimal and refined sense of style.

Living room area in home office featuring plant and traditional fireplace

A look at the home office's traditional Spanish design features 

(Image credit: Sydney Jackson)

Talking to Architectural Digest on the renovation of the home office, Port said: ‘I’ve found that in order for me to create, I really need a relaxing, calming environment.’

Port, therefore, teamed up with Amazon Home to fully kit out the office with chic furniture items, smaller home decor pieces, and office essentials.

The overall tone of the space, which was originally built in the 1920s in a traditional Spanish style, is light and airy with lots of soft, curved pieces of furniture and a 'quiet luxury' color palette. The addition of plants and natural materials, such as original wooden beams and the sisal rug connect the space to its outdoor environment. 

Whitney Port's home office living area with large cream sofa and neutral decor

The living area of the home office features comfortable seating options

(Image credit: Sydney Jackson)

Speaking of the collaboration with Amazon Home, Port said: ‘From tables, furniture, decor and more, we’ve curated the perfect space at Whitney Port HQ and transformed it into my true creative sanctuary.’ 

The space is the ultimate inspiration for creating a home office that feels less conventionally office-looking. Traditional offices can feel somewhat bland in design and don’t always make for an inspiring place to work. With home offices on the rise thanks to more flexible working arrangements post-pandemic, curating a space, whether that be a small corner of one room, or as in Port’s case an entire home; having the freedom to craft your own space to align with your personal style is a real luxury. 

Brad Smith, interior designer and CEO at Omni Home Ideas says: 'The shift to home offices has unlocked a new realm of creativity and inspiration for many. Tailoring one's own workspace allows for an environment that truly reflects personal style and functional needs,'

'This personalization, far removed from the constraints of traditional offices,
is a wellspring for productivity and innovation.'

Brad Smith
Brad Smith

 Brad “Omni” Smith, the CEO and chief editor at Omni Home Ideas, based in Dallas, Texas. Brad Smith is also an interior designer, committed to providing tips about renovating homes.

Shelving in home office room in neutral color tones

A look at one of the shelving units in the home office

(Image credit: Sydney Jackson)

Shop Whitney Port's Amazon collaboration

The full selection of items selected by Port for her home office has been rounded up on Amazon in her storefront, which you can shop directly.

We’ve highlighted below some of our favorite versatile pieces from the collection which are sleek and sophisticated, ideal for crafting a calming space to work whilst injecting a sense of personality.  

Paint & Color Editor

Emily is H&G's Paint & Color Editor, covering all things color across interior design and home decor. She joined the team in the summer of 2023, having studied Fashion Communication at university before working in various creative roles ahead of making the leap into interiors. She lives in Glasgow where she loves admiring the city's architecture, frequenting her favorite coffee spots, and sourcing vintage furniture for her tenement apartment. Emily's interior style is inspired by the simplicity of midcentury design, mixed with more playful modern pieces that inject small (but bold) doses of color.