Friday, 15 August 2008

Keen Eye for Design - Kelly Wearstler's Fabric Collection


Kelly Wearstler, who has described her style “old-world Hollywood with a modern vibe”, has recently teamed with Groundworks - Lee Jofa to launch a line of exquisite fabrics and trims under her name.


Ms. Kelly Wearstler


Vibrant hues paired with elegant graphics have become her signature style and for this collection she is introducing a new and refreshing multi cultural influence. " She has created a delicious cocktail of pattern and texture, stirred with an artisan's eye for colour," says Stephen Elrod, executive vice president and creative director of Lee Jofa.


Wearstler is a prominent interior designer with her own studio, KWID (Kelly Wearstler Interior Design) and is particularly well-known for her colorful mod-baroque style.



Here are some neat selections that I would like to share with you. All these stunning fabrics are available through MEADE DESIGN GROUP.



Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Flair - Cocoa - 100% Cotton


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Confeti - Cream - 100% linen



Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Faux Bois - Gold + Noir - 52% linen, 45% cotton, 3% metallic


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Fuji Moderne - Onyx - 100% cotton


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Kumano Wave - Beige - 100% linen


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Sora Velvet - Lilac + Plum - 78% viscose, 25% cotton


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Edo Linen - Bronze - 100% linen


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Bengal Bazaar - Graphite - 100% linen


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Katana - Mocha + Cream - 100% linen


Kelly Wearstler's fabrics for Groundworks
Ombre Maze - Java - 61% viscose, 21% linen, 15% polycotton, 3% polyester






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3 comments:

echito said...

Very cool - I especially like the geometric and the celtic knot patterns. I can't wait to get the books!!!

jane said...

The edo linen would make a unique upholstery fabric choice - I have always liked kelly W.'s designs.

qerat said...

Discovered your blog today. What a nice surprise. Read quite a few posts, loved the conversations with designers.
Visited your website also. Beautiful work.

Tareq