Recently featured in Architectural Digest (& making the rounds on Pinterest!) comes the latest project from famed interior designer Kelly Wearstler. Along with architect M. Brian Tichenor comes a 1930’s renovation of a Bel Air, California home. Of course, working with Kelly means only one thing: a bold new look!
In the living room, the vintage wall lights are a salvage from a Roman cinema along with leather sofas from J. Robert Scott.
The kitchen features a cluster of pendants from Blend Interiors (located on Beverly Blvd in LA) with alder-wood cabinetry and a stainless steel clad island with brass detail.
The striped vesitbule leading to the master bedroom suite.
Brass reigns in the master bedroom: from the ceiling light to the custom made bed.
Rasberry leather chairs designed by Kelly are featured in the wife’s office.
I’m loving this bedroom! The daughter’s four poster bed is by Paul Evans with a custom made wallcovering from Porter Teleo. Vintage ceiling light and pair of dressers are from local LA showroom JF Chen (a Kelly favorite). The carpet is a customized carpet by The Rug Company.
Another room I am loving! The daughter’s bathroom features inlaid-marble walls with vintage 60’s sconces. Sink fittings are from Lefroy Brooks.
The pool pavilion features a black and white herringbone pattern floor in stained walnut (brilliant!).
In the pavilion bath, striped walls play off a checkerboard floor and an oval 1920’s brass mirror is paired with an angular brass vanity. (Lots and lots of brass featured in this project!)