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Check Out TheSkimm's New Playful Headquarters, Designed By Its Employees

Employees of the daily news site had a say in their new office's design -- including space for all their empty Champagne bottles.

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By Hayden Field

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If the playful voice of TheSkimm's e-newsletter -- a conversational rundown of the day's headlines, aimed at female millennials -- morphed into a physical space, it would look like the company's brand-new Manhattan headquarters. That's because the place was designed by the employees themselves, who opted for clean lines and pops of color, meticulously organized stacks of books and countless cozy couches where staffers retreat for focused work or a much-needed break. The most memorable design feature, however, is a wall of empty Champagne bottles. The team has a tradition of impromptu toasts to celebrate company milestones, making this a kind of trophy wall -- and one everyone is excited to keep contributing to.

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