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We're bringing you a dose of Californian sunshine in the form of Kelly Wearstler's boundary-pushing Beverly Hills family home. Internationally recognized for creating glam interiors commercially and for residential clients, Kelly Wearstler is a true design icon when it comes to American contemporary interior design.

Mid-century modernism and Hollywood Regency combine in this incredible villa that epitomises maximalist, confident West Coast glamor. Lush grounds and an inviting pool surround the home, while inside grand scale rooms are home to eclectic and unique design schemes. Let's peek inside and see what Kelly has to say about her striking abode...

When did you pick this property and why this particular one?

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'I absolutely love the rich Hollywood history of the house. The house was originally built in 1926 as a Spanish Colonial, and remodeled as a Georgian around 1934 by architect James E. Dolena,' explains Kelly. 'We purchased the home in 2005 from the Broccoli family. Albert R. Broccoli was the producer and creator of the James Bond films.'

This monochrome living room mixes the traditional bones of the property with elegant modern furniture beautifully. If Spanish influence architecture is your bag, then check out these beautiful Spanish interiors for inspiration. 

Did you give yourself a brief and if so, what was it?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'For every new project, I start by considering the surroundings, the location, and the history of the building. This forms the base of my brief, so I can create a space that is truly authentic to its surrounding and provenance,' Kelly says. 

'When we purchased our Beverly Hills home we added about 4,000 square feet as the house needed to be adapted to modern living. Architectural additions and modifications complement the history whereas the furnishings are by a mélange of progressive contemporary furniture designers and artists, with important vintage furniture and curated unique finds from my travels.'

'I discover and fall in love with new artists and artisans every day, and use our modern home as my creative laboratory to experiment with their works.'

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Why did you choose certain materials?

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With several different dining spaces throughout the property, there are plenty of dining room ideas to take inspiration from. This particular room looks out onto the manicured courtyard that's filled with elegant Cypress trees.

'The house has so many amazing architectural features – from the intricate Georgian, Federal, and Neoclassical moldings, to the handsome marble bathrooms, the solid boiserie paneled doors, even the beautiful green garden surrounding the house and the internal courtyard,' adds Kelly. 

'I wanted to choose materials that not only complemented the existing architectural features, but also create contrast and unexpected pairings. It remains true to my passion for mixing styles, eras, and mediums, pushing boundaries whilst creating environments that are inviting and comfortable.'

What were you inspired by and where do your ideas come from?

'I find inspiration and design ideas everywhere; travel, fashion, art, graphic design, nature, photography, landscape design, architecture... The list goes on. I believe in finding inspiration from a variety of sources to allow your own voice, your own signature style to shine through,' she says.

'For me, each new project is an invitation to embark on a fascinating and unique journey. With design, I aim to tell evocative stories that are adventurous and full of texture, pattern, and color.'

What were your biggest learning curves on the job?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'Re-imagining classic architecture with a contemporary voice called for thoughtful respect for materiality. The house has such a rich history. One must always have a knowledge and reverence for history before creating something new, bringing forth a fresh contemporary voice while still paying proper respect to the original integrity and spirit of a space,' Kelly explains. 

Kelly custom-designed and fabricated the kitchen with stainless steel cabinetry and solid brass trim. Take note from these modern kitchen ideas if you're planning a new kitchen for 2022.

What are your top clever design ideas?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'I always consider the surroundings of spaces – what you see outside the window becomes a part of your interior experience. I designed my home garden in collaboration with Art Luna to include a sculptural courtyard, visible from a number of rooms in the house,' Kelly adds. 

'When curating an outdoor environment, I love to include a variety of plants with varying shapes and sizes - like Italian Cypress trees paired with incredible succulents.'

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Does the house remind you of anything?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'The house is host to incredible memories with family and friends that I treasure,' says Kelly.

This staircase is by far the grandest of all the staircases in the house. A sweeping structure featuring curvaceous ironwork typical of the Georgian era. The graphic stylish stair runner idea was a custom design made specifically for this staircase.

What's uplifting about the house now?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'The house is a constant source of inspiration. I am always discovering new emerging artists and antique treasures that I love to bring back to Beverly Hills to experiment with,' says Kelly. 'Our home is not only the place I share and create memories with my family, but also my creative laboratory.'

A 1970s burl wood four-poster bed takes center stage in this modern bedroom .

What does the house smell like?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'One of my favorite ways to heighten the senses is using incense. I tailor the scent to the seasons the same way I transition a space to heighten seasonal changes,' adds Kelly.

This intimate room is anchored by a pair of bold red club chairs and a beautiful rose-tinged marble table that floats over the top of solid brass supports. 

How does your family spend their time in the property?

Kelly Wearstler Beverly Hills modern house

'Our home in Beverly Hills is my passion project as I was creating a space for my family. We love to spend a lot of time in our living room, playing games such as chess, poker and backgammon, or just relaxing and catching up on what happened in our days, says Kelly.'

'The house also has an interior courtyard with the most beautiful garden that all the rooms on the ground floor look and open onto through tall glass doors. We love entertaining and opening up all the doors to the garden. The house has an incredible energy and spirit.'

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Inside Kelly Wearstler’s Malibu beach house

Interior designer Kelly Wearstler talks about her design process in reviving a neglected 1950s beach-side abode with sensual, tactile furniture, art, sculpture and accessories

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Creating interiors that are risk-taking, provocative and yet also demonstrate sensitivity to their locality is key to the design approach of American interior designer Kelly Wearstler . 

Her focus is showcased to striking effect in one of her most recent, and personal settings: a once neglected modernist property located on a beach in Malibu which she has used as a base for her own family.

'My Broad Beach project is an amazing, vintage surf shack that I lived in with my family for a summer. I had learned of the property through a friend a few years ago. They told me about how special it was, with its wide beach frontage and historical architecture, but it hadn’t been lived in for years. 

'I wanted to bring life to this home that had been left unoccupied for so long, so I got in contact with the owner and asked if we could rent it for a few months.'

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The house had been completed in 1953 and spans an acre across indoor and outdoor space, with access straight to the beach. It has fabulous strongly modernist architectural detailing – such as the Japanese Shoji screens – but needed refurbishment to breathe new vibrancy into the architectural shell. 

Kelly replaced the existing shag pile carpet with seagrass flooring and redecorated throughout with thoughtfully curated furnishings from the huge collection of vintage interior pieces stored in her warehouse in Downtown Los Angeles. 

'I store a collection of designs that I have bought over the years for exactly this kind of project. I incorporated designs from local Los Angeles designers and stores like JF Chen and worked with Los Angeles nursery Inner Gardens to design planting to enliven the patio at the rear.'

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An abundance of natural materials, tactile textures and organic details in Kelly’s choice of furnishings echo the geology and elemental nature of the beach front setting, and complement the materiality of the architecture with luxurious, sensual contemporary detailing.

'Drawing inspiration from the local surroundings and environment has always been an essential part of my creative process. Every architectural structure is a direct link to its location, the culture, the history, what is literally outside the door and can be seen from the windows. 

'To truly create an authentic experience within a space it is important to look beyond the interiors to what is surrounding. Good design considers all the contextual fabric, the soul of a place. Without this you could literally be anywhere, creating a formulaic space.'

She also says, 'Working with different artisans and coming up with creative solutions, customizing pieces for clients is also very inspiring. Learning to use different materials and artisanal approaches keeps product design fresh.'

Family matters

Living room in Kelly Wearstler house

'I put the same amount of energy and attention into designing all of my spaces, as I want each one to be a feel-good environment. This time was no different, just that my family was my client, which gave me a great opportunity to make spaces centered around spending quality time together. 

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For any fans of Kelly's design aesthetic, the house is a one-stop shop for inspiring living room ideas .

'Broad Beach has such an amazing open-plan element, not just with it being on the beach with views of the ocean from indoors; there is also a large, open-plan family room (above and below) – we spent a lot of time here playing games such as chess, poker and backgammon.'

Living room in Kelly Wearstler house

Just as inspiration-driving for kitchen ideas , this space is Kelly's preferred room in the Malibu beach house.

'Then, the kitchen (below) – which is my favorite room in the home – opens up to the living room, so I could be cooking up a storm, whilst still joining-in and feeling connected with my family.'

Kitchen in Kelly Wearstler house

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Kelly looks for inspiration everywhere – 'from fashion, art, and graphic design, to travel, nature, architecture and landscape design. I truly believe the more you surround yourself in a variety of sources, will help you discover your own voice and signature style.'

The end result at Broad Beach, although perhaps more neutral than a number of Kelly’s high-profile hotel interiors, remains true to her design ethos of being inspired by and attentive to the life of the client and the location.

'I’ve always believed in staying authentic. My goal is to remain consistent with my core philosophy of creating beauty through thoughtful design,' Kelly says. 

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Kelly Wearstler is arguably the most famous interior designer working today. Whether you're scrolling on Instagram or flipping through the pages of a magazine, her luxe, yet laidback, aesthetic is easy to spot. She's the genius behind the homes of some of Hollywood's biggest names, from Camron Diaz to Gwen Stefani, and influencers have her to thank for the picturesque insides of the Santa Monica Proper hotel. For her own family home in Malibu, she infused the space with natural calm, vintage furniture, and just the most incredible marble—all set against the blue of the Pacific Ocean. Wearstler takes BAZAAR inside her expansive yet cozy beachfront home — and it's as dreamy as you would expect.

The Masterclass teacher gives viewers a lesson in using your space to tell a complete story. It starts with a massive cornucopia statue in the entryway, which is the first thing that guests see upon arriving to Wearstler's abode. A pickup she found while in Miami with her husband, the resin fixture— with what she calls the "perfect patina"— is a foreshadow of Wearstler's use of earthy yet impactful references, throughout the space. "It's [meant to] feel like I was walking on the beach and found all these shells and driftwood," the designer says on her inspiration. "It's all about texture."

From custom modular wood shelving systems and rattan materials to the free-flowing open floor-plan, Wearstler perfectly melds natual elements with more stylized concepts—down to the woodgrain cabinet finishes and sea urchin-inspired light fixtures.

But, as Wearstler says, the most important part of the house is that it's as functional as it is beautiful—and that everyone who walks in, feels at home. "Nothing in the house is precious," she explains. "[Ultimately] I want people to feel comfortable." To emulate Wearstler's free-spirited and earthy style, peruse key items currently on the market, below, including her brand new collaboration with artist Rotganzen.

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Revisit Kelly Wearstler's Bungalow-Turned-Office From 2001

The Los Angeles pad was transformed into the designer's headquarters.

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At-home offices have proven to be a staple over the past year and a half, but a lucky few had a head start on the trend , including designer Kelly Wearstler . As seen in House Beautiful ’s June 2001 issue, the designer transformed a Los Angeles bungalow into the headquarters for her then-fairly new design firm Kelly Wearstler Interior Design, which she'd founded just 6 years prior.

Housed in a Spanish-style home built in 1936, the Kelly Wearstler headquarters was a labor of love. "I looked at a few suites in those anonymous towers, but they all seemed so corporate," the designer told House Beautiful in 2001. "I spend so much time here that I wanted it to be a home away from home."

See the entire home-turned-office for yourself below—and maybe find some decor inspiration for your own at-home office?! (Might we suggest adding some pops of color, à la the many bursts of yellow Wearstler incorporated?)

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A jaw-dropping palette and freewheeling pattern make Kelly Wearstler's design office so appealing that nobody wants to leave at end of the day

Millions of us have offices in a room or a corner at home, where we strive for a businesslike atmosphere. Kelly Wearstler has pulled a complete switch on this practice. In Los Angeles, behind the gray walls of a 1936 Spanish-style bungalow with a persimmon front door, she works in an office decorated to feel like home. "I looked at a few suites in those anonymous towers, but they all seemed so corporate," says the young, South Carolina-born designer, who decided instead to convert a house into headquarters for her expanding staff. "I spend so much time here that I wanted it to be a home away from home."

Some designers have to sell themselves through their portfolios, but Wearstler simply lets clients register the zebra rug and the Chinese fretwork screens and the acrylic conference table perched on red-lacquered legs to show off her adventurous style. It's not only a global tour of cultures—an ersatz Louis XIV chair next to a sleek Italian chrome lamp—but also an excursion into unexpected corners of the color chart such as lime green, coral, and graphite.

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If the combinations are unusual, so is her background. Wearstler, the daughter of an interior decorator, was trained as a graphic and interior designer and then worked on movie sets. With an eye cultivated from the cradle, she is fearless about using bold strokes of color and pattern to build up theatrical rooms with a daring mix of furniture styles—all arranged against the backdrop of wallpaper that sometimes runs right over the ceiling. "Wallpaper is much more interesting than paint," she explains. "It adds instant texture and another layer to a room." With her graphic sensibility, she also knows that flat surfaces can say a lot, and her foray into set design taught her how to achieve a big effect on a small budget. Those bright blue tiles that march up the walls in one bathroom are actually coping tiles meant for the rim of a pool and cost only $2.50 a square foot—but shee how dazzling they look taken out of context.

Wearstler never repeats herself and likes to throw something unexpected into each room (she's particularly good at eye-catching light fixtures). "That makes decorating challenging, and a lot of fun."

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“In a busy room, everything can’t be on the same scale—it’s like too many people speaking at once.” Wearstler played with varying graphics and textures (in the curtains, carpet, chairs, pillows) to bestow an overall sense of movement to the living room.

How to decorate like Kelly

For those of use who don’t have our own design firm to call on, Kelly Wearstler distills her high-end project-management savvy into an eight-step plan for pulling off a total redo as quickly (and sanely) as possible.

1. Order everything at once.

As soon as you’ve chosen your paint, floor treatments, fabrics, etc., call them all in. Some will arrive immediately and others will straggle, so it’s best to act quickly.

2. Enlist some pros.

Unless you can do everything yourself, you’ll need a skilled upholsterer, painter, and electrician. Gather your team through referrals, or consult Franklin Report, which is a great resource in major cities.

3. Send out fabric, furniture, and trimmings right away.

Having things upholstered can take anywhere from four to six weeks, if not longer, so get this out of the way early on. Speed up the process by opting for solid textures, a matching patterns can be time-consuming. (NOTE: Ordering too much fabric can be pricey. Ask the upholsterer for correct yardage measurements, and give clear direction on an welting and trim details to avoid mishaps.

4. Deal with floors first. 

Before you paint or paper walls, undertake messy tasks like staining. While that happens, keep your space as clean as you can.

5. Install cabinets before painting.

Cupboards and shelves should be put up before you paint the walls, so you do all your painting at once.

6. Hang light fixtures after you paint.

Sconces and chandeliers should go in after the walls have been painted, which you can obstruct installation.

7. Add furniture last.

Arrange chairs and sofas according to a predetermined plan. Don’t be afraid to veer from it, though, if things looks different in person than they did in your imagination.

8. Accessorize.

Objets and art are the icing on the cake. But no matter how much planning you’ve done, anticipate impromptu shopping runs for that extra something that completes a room.

Finishing touches: Kelly’s last-minute styling tips:

1. accessories are a room’s soul..

Each piece should have its own distinct voice but work with the rest. A loose color scheme, like the metals and turquoise shades on the dresser (above), prevents a chaotic quality.

2. Functional but beautiful is the name of the game.

Boxes, vases, and vessels that conceal mess or display pencils and other sundries enliven a surface. “In my bathroom, I have probably 40 boxes and each and every one has stuff in it,” Wearstler admits.

3. For a dynamic still life, keep things varied.

Change up the scale, form and material (such as the tiny marble urn, turquoise-embellished bauble box, and brass knot.) Don’t analyze too much or it will seem precious.

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The living room

I come from a family where you went to the furniture store, you bought a set, and you brought it home,” explains comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, whose old-school Italian upbringing in the Chicago suburbs fuels his searing stand-up routines.

Needless to say, when he and artist Lana Gomez bought a new home for their soon-to-expand family (their daughter, Serafina, was born in April), he didn’t quite know what he was in for. “Decorating,” he explains, “is definitely not in my wheelhouse.”

The nursery

A calder-inspired mobile hangs in the nursery.

Thankfully, it was well within Gomez’s. She had worked as the resident painter for glamazon designer Kelly Wearstler soon after moving to L.A. in 2007, conjuring kaleidoscopic canvases for her boss’s high-octane projects—it was the giant commission hanging behind Wearstler’s desk that jump-started her painting career. So when it came time to decorate her own space, Gomez knew Wearstler could distill the couple’s fun-loving spirit into a warm, family-friendly home where they could live, work, and entertain. Conveniently, the designer’s office was just down the street.

“They both love color, and their personalities are so unique,” explains Wearstler, who worked closely with Gomez on the project. “And Lana was pretty much up for anything.” But the house itself—a Spanish-style bungalow spec home near West Hollywood that the couple chose for its open layout and blank-canvas appeal—lacked pizzazz.

To add a bit of architectural nuance, Wearstler had a few tricks up her sleeve: The rectangular front door was reshaped into an elegant arch, the switchback staircase was refashioned and lined with brass rails, and doorways into the kitchen and dining room were framed in Silver Portoro stone. A grid of Cannon/Bullock wallpaper sheets in a range of colors was applied to walls throughout the house, creating the illusion of rooms in the airy, open interior and giving the whole place a Technicolor glow. “A lot of people actually think it’s stone when they walk in,” Maniscalco says.

This is definitely one of my most playful projects.

The dining room

A custom table by Wearstler, made of bleached and ebonized oak, makes a splash in the dining area.

Liberated by Gomez’s daredevil streak (she calls Italian provocateur Ettore Sottsass her “spirit animal”), Wearstler employed, with measured restraint, furnishings that are gutsy and creative. Collectible modern and postmodern trophies— Jean Royère sconces (Maniscalco jokingly calls them “scones”), Verner Panton’s Vilbert chair, an eye-popping assortment of Sottsass icons—sit with one-of-a-kind commissions from emerging talents. The leafy gesso cabinet in the living room came from Brooklyn-based createur Katie Stout . Another Brooklynite, Misha Kahn , dreamed up a plastic chandelier for the master bedroom. L.A.-based Matthew and Carly Jo Morgan devised the resin-coated Flintstones-esque credenza for the guest bedroom. And Wearstler teamed up with Echo Park legend Peter Shire (of Memphis Group fame) on a long-legged bar cabinet.

Serafina is going to grow up in a house filled with characters. Each piece looks like it could come alive.

“Kelly turned me on to a lot of these artists, and she worked with them to create things nobody has ever seen before,” Gomez says. “Serafina is going to grow up in a house filled with characters. Each piece looks like it could come alive.”

While the couple was down for decorating with art-forward furniture and blue-chip oddities, of course, there was one thing that neither Gomez nor Maniscalco wanted to budge an inch on: comfort.

The Entry Hall

“Lana and I have had sofas in our relationship where one person would be comfortable and the other would be hanging off the side,” Maniscalco says with a laugh. Their current sofas, custom-made by Wearstler and upholstered in a patterned fabric intended to diminish the seating’s hulking silhouettes, are a whopping three and a half feet deep—which happens to be the perfect measurement for lying side by side while watching a movie.

On the walls Wearstler paired Gomez’s own paintings (which she creates in her garage studio) with pieces by Op Art maestro John Townsend and rising San Francisco talent Jonathan Anzalone. Rather than use Gomez’s creations throughout the house, though, Wearstler successfully proposed turning a few of them into painterly rugs fabricated by the Rug Company.

While Wearstler’s fearless furnishing choices spoke to the couple’s dynamism, when a home is filled with such an eccentric cast a moment of controversy is inevitable. Maniscalco recalls the arrival of a lamp by Anton Alvarez, a Swedish-Chilean designer whose sculptural furnishings are made by wrapping raw materials in colorful, glue-soaked string.

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“I thought it hadn’t been unpacked yet, but it turned out it was,” he says of the leggy fixture, which was intended for the living room. “Lana and I were thinking, How are we going to tell Kelly we hate this lamp? It’s just too weird.” But leave it to Wearstler to prove otherwise. Now Gomez and Maniscalco swear it’s one of their favorite things in the house.

“Kelly really educates you,” the comedian continues. “After she’s done describing something, you walk away and you’re like, ‘Yeah, that does look great.’ I feel like I got a master’s in design.”

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Kelly wearstler is a world-renowned interior designer known for her ability to create elegant and bold spaces. find out details about her latest project, marlboro residence in los angeles..

Over three decades, Wearstler, who is on the AD100 List , has established herself as a global reference in design, bringing refinement and authenticity to her work. As one of the few women to win awards in a male-dominated industry, Wearstler can be considered a pioneer in a success story.

Kelly Wearstler is a designer who values the importance of a home as a space for relationships and love, proof of which was accepting the challenge of redesigning a classic 1960s California bungalow in Brentwood .

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Just as no two people in the world are alike, each project designed by the professional is unique and personalized. Wearstler is known for channeling her clients’ desires into her creations and is committed to listening.

In her Marlboro Residence project in Los Angeles, the designer used elements of the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic to compose an environment that is both welcoming and full of personality. The spaces were created to reflect the life of its inhabitants with an aesthetic marked by textured colors and vintage elements. Get to know more details about the project:

Kelly Wearstler And The Mid-Century Modern Aesthetic

One of the main influences of Kelly Wearstler’s aesthetic is the Mid-Century Modern movement, which emerged in the United States in the 1950s. This style is characterized by simplicity, elegance, and functionality, strongly emphasizing using natural materials such as wood, glass, and metal.

By incorporating elements of the mid-century modern aesthetic into her designs, Kelly Wearstler creates timeless and modern spaces, with a unique visual that is difficult for other designers to replicate.

The Marlboro Residence is a perfect example of Wearstler’s ability to combine distinct styles to create a luxurious yet welcoming space. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home is a spacious space with white walls that highlight the vibrant colors and textures of the materials used. The designer mixed vintage and modern elements, creating a sense of balance and harmony between old and new.

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The Marlboro Residence Project

Walking through the Marlboro Residence, you can see that every detail was carefully thought out by Wearstler, who wanted to make the passion of the couple of owners one of the central points of the decoration.

The use of natural materials such as wood, leather, and stone appear throughout the house, whether in the furniture, finishes, or decorative details. Wood, in particular, is a material that often appears on walls, ceilings, and floors, bringing a touch of warmth and coziness to the environment.

The choice of fabrics and textures was also carefully thought out by the designer. She used soft and textured fabrics, such as velvet and wool, to create a feeling of comfort and coziness. These materials are combined with geometric prints and vibrant colors, creating an atmosphere of joy and optimism.


Remember that for AD 100 Kelly Wearstler, every piece of information matters? Considering that the proprietors like to spend time together as a family, they wanted to have both formal and more intimate spaces in the house. Thus, one of the living rooms has a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere, with creamy tones highlighted by a bay window that brings California sunlight into the room.

The formal living room is decorated with custom furniture and emphasizes the couple’s art collection, with objects that combine art and design. Highlights include a sculptural console in saffron tones, a handmade rug, a ceramic chair commissioned from artist Reinaldo Sanguino , and a special fabric upholstering the sofa and armchairs. In addition, a neon artwork by Tavares Strachan with the message “We are in this together” sits behind the sofa, while a bronze piece by Nick Cave , called Chaplet, hangs over the fireplace with an almost romantic – but politically misleading – floral structure.

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In the spacious kitchen, dark wood floors frame the space, which features a combination of white tones and a platinum quartzite island. “The really refined, broad stroke movement of the marble makes it so much more dynamic,” says Wearstler in an interview for Vogue Living .

The designer’s ability to subtly add a mid-century modern aesthetic to each room is impressive. For the – stunning – dining room, Wearstler couldn’t have been more dedicated: vintage chairs accompany a beautiful 10-seat dining table made and stone , which contrasts perfectly with the choice of hanging chandelier , and the sideboard and cabinet set.

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Typical mid-century modern aesthetics, the master bedroom was designed to be a true invitation to relaxation, with warm tones of burnt ochre and golden brown. The walls have been covered with a beautiful pine tree, which offers views of the house’s landscaping, giving the feeling of being in a “tree house.” The room is an example of Wearstler’s characteristic approach, which mixes old and new elements to create a sense of depth and soul in the space. The room includes contemporary finds as well as classics, such as Mario Bellini Pianura armchairs and vintage Italian bedside lamps.

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Finally, stone plays a vital role throughout the house, but it is in the master suite bathroom that it stands out. Using Ceppo Beige, the element was used in the composition of almost the entire room including sinks, walls, floor and a one-piece sculpted bathtub. “We wanted to ensure that the bathtub offered the perfect comfort and form,” concludes Kelly Wearstler.

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The Mid-Century Modern aesthetic, used with subtlety and sophistication, was one of the elements that contributed to the creation of this contemporary and timeless atmosphere. We selected some pieces inspired by the look to complete your decoration: 

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As seen, the Marlboro Residence project is a demonstration of Kelly Wearstler’s ability to combine distinct styles to create a unique and welcoming space. The result is a Mid-Century Modern aesthetic home that reflects the personality of its owners and is a true example of good taste and elegance.

Now that you’re familiar with the decorating style, check out HOMMÉS Studio’s selection of Mid-Century Modern aesthetic furniture . Add more style to your interior design projects with unique, elegant, and high-quality pieces!

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