How-to: show­cas­ing old-school trea­sures

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Olga Granda-scott, co­founder of The High­boy, teaches domino about dec­o­rat­ing with an­tiques.

“Kal­ing al­ways knew what she wanted,” says Turner.

“And that makes all the dif­fer­ence.”

FIRST AND FORE­MOST OF­FICE POL­I­TICS KEEP IT ON THE DOWN LOW

The most im­por­tant thing to re­mem­ber is that your of­fice is a work­ing en­vi­ron­ment. So it’s cru­cial to keep it prac­ti­cal and use­ful. Don’t get too per­sonal. Save that for home!

Steer clear of “im­por­tant,” bigticket items that are too pricey. You’re the boss; don’t be too ex­trav­a­gant!

Peo­ple feel happy in pleas­ing spa­ces, so have fun ac­ces­soriz­ing with brightly col­ored throw pil­lows and lamps.

KICK IT UP WITH COLOR

With a hit tele­vi­sion show, and a book out this fall, you’d ex­pect in­te­rior de­sign to be the last thing on Mindy Kal­ing’s mind. But sev­eral months ago, the come­di­enne found her­self crav­ing a re­make of her of­fices on the NBC lot. For help, she called upon Nathan Turner, star of Bravo’s Mil­lion Dol­lar Dec­o­ra­tors. “Mindy is hi­lar­i­ous and has an amaz­ing per­sonal style,” says Turner, “so I knew right away it would be a fun project.”

DRESS store.dol­cegab­bana.com SHOES Kimura in red suede start­ing at $675 paulan­drew.com

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