Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Kelly Wearstler's Boutique At Bergdorf Goodman

Kelly Wearstler's boutique on the
7th floor at Bergdorf Goodman in New York.
Los Angeles designer Kelly Wearstler is one of the hottest names in the interiors world.  Wearstler's trendsetting style is highly glamorous and always exciting.  Wearstler mixes new and old along with exotic finds from her worldly travels to create looks that are unique and often theatrical.  Wearstler is also known for her keen fashion sense; so she was right at home designing her exclusive line of home accessories and boutique at Bergdorf Goodman

Wearstler's smalls are beautifully merchandised in
arched alcoves with mirrored backs - a great technique to
use in a bookcase.

Brass and ceramics mix well in the above vignette.

The collection features a variety of textures
for which Wearstler is known. 

Wearstler's "Hillcrest" porcelain and metallic gold
dinnerware - inspired by 1920's floral motifs. 
Flipping through Wearstler's most recent book, Hue, will inspire ways to style Wearstler's accessories in your home.

Wearstler grouped smalls from her line on the coffee
table shown here.  Such boxes are great for stashing
remotes and other unsightly items that always end up
in view.  The pillow fabrics and trims are from
Wearstler's line at Lee Jofa.

Mixing finishes and varying heights makes for
an appealing display in this demilune.

Beauty meets function: Wearstler uses her
boxes for chic storage in her bathroom at
her home, Hillcrest Estate.
While you are on Bergdorf's 7th floor, dine in style and enjoy Central Park views at BG, the restaurant and bar designed by Wearstler.  It is one of my favorite spots and not to be missed on your next trip to Manhattan!

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