"One of my favorite elements is the large framed corkboards in the office," says Lanphier. They contain postcards, trinkets, necklaces and photos from the owner's travels. "It's a very personalized, three-dimensional way to contain memories." They're hanging on a wall covered in a natural woven sea grass with silver threads running through it.The office also serves as a guest room, so Lanphier outfitted the space with a low-slung sleeper sofa from Design Within Reach. The casual nature of the pillows is intentional. "I think when things are too precise, it doesn't look comfortable," says Lanphier. "I wanted the room to look lived in and approachable so people felt free to come in and plop down on the sofa." The bone-inlaid table is from India. The clock over the doorway has arms that indicate time zones throughout the world.