American designer Kelly Wearstler recently launched a new collection of wallpapers providing dynamic designs merged with sultry neutral tones. Offering an array of multifaceted design elements for the home, the new collection features textured grounds such as grass, jute and cotton. With an emphasis on translating the spirit of California into her designs, Wearstler makes sure to incorporate a stylish assortment of patterns ideal for luxe interiors and exteriors.
Wearstler’s Covet wallpaper has been re-interpreted with angular lines, patina texture, and hard angles of a faceted gemstone softened by a washed look.
The nature-inspired Mineral wallpaper printed on wood pulp and polyester blend merges the fine line between raw and refined.
The Cascadia wallpaper captures the senses with the oversized scale and perfected coloration on the juste and cotton blend.
Blending fine art with street art is Wearstler’s most sought-after pattern the Graffito. The hand-painted pattern has been reimagined on grasscloth and offers an array of fashionable color options.
Founder and principal Kelly Wearstler has been featured in numerous publications, has won several distinctive design awards and is the author of four design books. Wearstler’s most well-known projects can be seen in hotels and residences across the globe including San Francisco’s Proper Hotel, Four Seasons Anguilla, the Viceroy Hotels and Residences, Tides Miami and many more. Currently, she is designing for a new era of residential hotel living with a vision of cultural immersion for each specific space.
For more information on the new collection, please visit www.kellywearstler.com
Photos courtesy of Kelly Wearstler