Kelly Wearstler is a master designer and known for her bold, ground breaking designs that pull influence from the 1950's - 70's. I learn something new every time I see her work. She combines materials, shapes, textures and patterns into an incredibly unique point of view in this 1970's inspired residence.
The influence of Art Deco was seen in the 80's in all forms of design. I've been fotunate enough to learn about this important movement as a designer working with a prominent dealer focusing on French Art Deco from the 1920's - 1940's. Considered extremely modern and groundbreaking at it's time, Art Deco embodies opulence and is distinguished by it's high gloss lacquered finishes, exotic wood veneers and affinity to bold geometric shapes and symmetry. I personally LOVE art deco lighting.
I threw in a few high end pieces, but most of the pieces are available now from my favorite stores. I also included the fabulous wall hangings from Anthropologie. Aren't they amazing? The geometric shapes are so Deco, but with a boho vibe - which is still really hot in the LA design scene. These pieces are really easy to incorporate and an exciting fresh new perspective for 2017. Which pieces are you loving?