At Home With Nicole Pence

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ith the help of interior designer Michele Boggs, CBS 4’s morning anchor Nicole Pence and her husband Jason Becker transformed this traditional office space into a simple yet functional area. They pulled up the carpet, added built-in bookshelves, and pushed the floating desk up against the wall to create this fun office that would brighten anyone’s workday.

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COLOR | When Nicole brought home the Blue Grotto paint sample from Sherwin-Williams, her husband wasn’t quite on board. “The sample was a little overwhelming,” Jason admits.

ART | Jason and Nicole love traveling, and the world map hanging above the couch reminds them to never stop exploring.

BOOKS | Perhaps the only place you’ll find Bill Clinton sitting next to Mitch Daniels is in Jason’s collection of political and business biographies.

PICTURES | For Jason and Nicole, nothing is more important than family, and all of the frames around the room are filled with family trips and events.

HARDWARE | To soften the intensity of the blue, they added bronze and gold highlights.

TABLE | After adding a set of twins to their family, Nicole and Jason baby-proofed the room with soft edges, like this plush coffee table.

COUCH | The music playing overhead and comfy furniture filling the space lets this hard-working office moonlight as a laid-back lounge in the evening.


Home 2016 CoverThis article appeared in Indianapolis Monthly Home, a 2016 special publication.