Kelly Wearstler is one of the most well-known names in the interior design, fashion, and architecture industries. Her unique aesthetic and approach to design attract an enviable client base, mostly composed of celebrities from the world of film and music, as well as opinion leaders from all over the world.
In 1995, Wearstler established her design firm, called Kelly Wearstler Interior Design. A few years later, she decorated the house of real estate developer Brad Korzen, with whom she has married in 2002. After that, she provided multiple designs for properties owned by Kor Realty Group.
She also designed the interiors of the luxury Avalon, a boutique hotel in Beverly Hills. With her distinctive design, Kelly Wearstler has well-curated the spaces by mixing her own style with a contemporary west coast style.
She continued designing interiors for luxury boutiques, hotels, and resorts. Her style was classified by The New York Times as “retro-theatrical”.
Her design of Proper Hotels & Residences in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Austin put her name on AD Top 100 Interior Designers to follow in 2017.
“I want to tell evocative design stories, adventurous and full of soul,” said Kelly Wearstler about her own brand.
Proper residences feature sophisticated yet joyful and refined interiors, incorporating authentic materials, bold silhouettes, and vintage treasures.
The boutique hotel is located at Sunset Boulevard, which has been transformed into Columbia Square, and it offers a new modern media village, filled with luxury residences and furnished units, which feature sophisticated yet joyful interiors, incorporating finest quality materials, bold silhouettes, and vintage relics.
As we can read at Hollywood Proper’s website: “Hollywood Proper is an inviting place to stay as long as you like. Interior designer Kelly Wearstler has tapped into the allure of West Coast cool with layers of the raw and refined and a fresh nod to California lifestyles. ”
“I always incorporate organic elements into my spaces, from marble and wood to stones and minerals. The easy elegance and raw glamor of the west coast [influences] my aesthetic so much,” said Kelly Wearstler.