Inside Ashley Tisdale’s new garden oasis and home office

When Ashley Tisdale settled into her new home in Los Angeles, there were two parts of the property that were first in her mind: her backyard and her office. Spaces serve distinct purposes in their lives. The backyard represented an oasis for her young family — the expansive bamboo trees and original circular brick patio served as the perfect starting point for a space that could be restorative on a daily basis and suitable for hosting groups. The office, located in the guest house, marks the first time she has had a distinct work space for her interior design business and wellness brand, Frenshe and Being Frenshe.

“(Frenshe and Being Frenshe) are about living a non-toxic life, so when I saw how this would really be the theme of the office, I wanted to just use really natural textures and let the greenery do the talking. “The plan for the office was about creating a really calming environment that was inspiring,” Tisdale says. For everyone who works here.” advertisement. Although large windows showcasing the courtyard were already in the office space, Tisdale turned them into doors to allow greater access to the gorgeous greenery. “This office is part of the guest house, so it’s really just a space for my work, which I think has helped me with that. It’s great to have the space for my team with me and to be really creative.”

Ashley Tisdale was inspired by the work of AD100 Clements Design when planning her office space in her guest house.
Photo: Michael Clifford/Courtesy of Interior Gardens

To give the plants a makeover, Tisdale called on Steven Block and Jana Pfeiffer of Inner Gardens, a Los Angeles-based landscape design team and garden furniture showroom, with whom she worked on her previous home. “I’m not a green-thumbed person,” Tisdale says with a laugh, explaining that Inner Gardens’ convenient maintenance service made it easy for her to bring in plants that might care about taking care of themselves.

It wasn’t just their expertise in plant life that allowed Tisdale to trust the Inner Gardens as collaborators on projects. “They have some of the most amazing pieces,” Tisdale says, referring to their expansive showroom of pots and garden furniture in Los Angeles, particularly valuable assets in a world of forever late shipments and overdue decor. Pfeiffer and Block knew that Tisdale was a fan of Swiss furniture pioneer Willy Goll—she already had a piece of him in her own space—so they packed her collection with more works by Goll in one section of the backyard.

“I loved the hillside landscaping and the brick wall. “This was a completely empty space, so we wanted to fill it and create a more ethereal look,” explains Pfeiffer.
Photo: Michael Clifford/Courtesy of Interior Gardens

Fiber cement bench designed by André Lasserre. Willie Gul farmers sit on either side of the bench.
Photo: Michael Clifford/Courtesy of Interior Gardens
The antique French spring risers, table and chairs are all from Inner Gardens.
Photo: Michael Clifford/Courtesy of Interior Gardens

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