The Duchess of Sussex has taken a break from Zoom recordings in her new home office in the Montecito mansion she shares with Prince Harry and baby Archie. Instead, the busy activist and mom of one has been filming speaking segments inside the abode’s luxe living room. Filled with bohemian bits and coastal cozy elements–the Santa Barbara sanctuary looks every bit the model home.

Here we take a look at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s home styling and decor:

The duchess took part in a Fortune virtual summit celebrating powerful women in a With Nothing Underneath poplin pinstripe blue and white button down shirt. She paired the professional minded shirt with an Edge of Ember Kismet Charm Necklace. And while Meghan was emitting girl boss vibes–her home decor was the epitome of relaxed and casual. Far from boring and basic, the duchess’s new palatial pad is filled with flowers, books and other tiny trinkets and treasures.

With modern bohemian flair, the duchess has designed a living space that speaks to her laidback California roots. Large glass dome vases –likely made from recycled materials as well as striped Farmhouse pillows featuring textured stitching add just enough interest to keep the home warm and inviting. Far from the look of a fussy English countryside manor–the shabby chic aesthetic is fresh, clean and minimalist. With stuffed ivory and burlap oversized pillows, glass candles filled with sensuous scents and white washed wooden candle holders–the house has contemporary charm with tons of touchable textures and floral fragrance.

Meghan’s nesting prints offer a bit of rustic chic to the space while her coffee table book collection adds color and depth. Green hydrangeas and leafy potted plants give the space more earthy vibes while vintage pillar candle holders elevate the timeless decor. Plus, Meghan’s signature Diptyque candles –like the Tuberose style seen in her America’s Got Talent appearance–lend plenty of comforting garden fragrance to the homey space.