Kelly Wearstler has single-handedly revived the Hollywood Regency decorating style: a glamorous mix of bold lines and graphic patterns, rendered in luxurious materials and layered one upon another. Aside from creating eye-catching interiors for hotels, residences and restaurants — including BG, the eatery at New York’s Bergdorf Goodman — she has developed similar product lines for The Rug Company, textile manufacturer Lee Jofa and tabletop concern Pickard. But perhaps her crown jewel is her bedding for Sferra, which features zigzag stripes, color blocks and sinuous organic patterns in cashmere, sateen and embroidered ribbon.
Interior designer Kelly Wearstler’s accent pieces are the very definition of Hollywood chic, featuring bold shapes, luxe fabrics, and retro-influenced silhouettes. Take her bedding for Sferra: The ombré throws in 100% cashmere are fit for a screen siren, as are the ivory-colored throw pillows accented with a golden swirling pattern. Wearstler's tabletop items for Pickard exemplify the same aesthetic—think linen confetti-print napkins and silver-plated rings.
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Imbue your home with a beachy vibe—even if it’s anything but summery outdoors—with goods featuring the classic pairing of blue and white. Make a graphic statement with Judy Ross’ Spray handknotted rug, fashioned from silk and wool, or rest easy on Sferra’s Lindsay sheet set, with its floral-inspired jacquard embroidery. Finally, snag an elegant accessory, like Cenedese’s cobalt Murano-glass vase. Each is mouthblown in Italy, following centuries-old traditions.
Wow-factor arm candy adorned with chains, pearls, and colorful gems