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Kyle Richards Is Working from the Most Gorgeous Home Office
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member's chic workspace is outfitted with a sleek black and gold-rimmed desk and a director's chair to match.
As Kyle Richards is homebound due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, she is remaining hard at work and camera-ready, thanks to her chic home office space.
In an Instagram Story video posted by her daughter Farrah Aldjufrie, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member, who was on a video call with one of the show's producers, explained, "This is how we do our Real Housewives of Beverly Hills interviews now," noting that the process had become "the new normal."
Keeping her sense of humor, Kyle declared she was "very flexible," as she pulled one of her legs over her head.
The work area is anchored by a sleek black and gold-rimmed desk with a director's chair to match. Due to the table's impressive width, Kyle is able to work from three separate screens while still having ample room for other essentials (like the cup of coffee and makeup sponge seen here!).
Perhaps most eye-catching, however, is the overhead ring light attached to the desk and circular light reflector on a smaller table to her right. Naturally, Kyle has found a DIY way to get as close to studio-quality lighting as she can while she's working from home.
Based on the video, it also seems that Kyle finally got her hands on disinfectant wipes. As her Instagram followers know, during a March outing to a CVS store, Kyle was shocked to find bare shelves while on the hunt for cleaning products. "So all of the Lysol and Lysol wipes are gone," she said at the time before settling on Mr. Clean's Clean Freak Deep Cleaning Mist. "But this guy's here. It seems like he could do the job."
In addition to making her workspace feel as normal as possible while homebound, Kyle has been sharing what she and her family have been doing to keep busy amid the pandemic. While noting they have been "cleaning, eating, watching movies," in one Instagram Story, in a separate video, she shared that when she is feeling anxious, "Cooking makes me feel better."
For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.