Kelly Wearstler Returns to the Avalon!

Kelly Wearstler is not my obsession, just a passion. In the February 2010 issue of Lonny Magazine, they took an in-depth look at Kelly Wearstler bringing mid-century, Italian flair into the Avalon Hotel. Wearstler did the original interior design when her husband, Brad Korzen, originally redeveloped this 1940's hotel. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of this Beverly Hills hideaway, Wearstler was back at work updating this chic boutique hotel that originally helped put her on the national interior design map. Check out some of the breathtaking pics as Wearstler weaves her decorating magic.

The blue terrazzo is unbelievably beautiful. The bar stools with the gold plating exude class and sophistication.

Love the chairs.

A lounge seating area that functionally allows every patron to have their own seat.

I just liked how the calm mood is evoked in this setting.

The colors, natural light, and clean decor makes this the ideal place for a cafe.

I'm blown away by the crackled glass base detailing. That is a dining set that I would pay some serious money for.

Lounge chairs that are fully padded in white.

It is amazing how true artist draw their inspiration.

The wallpaper is ridiculously cool. I spy the Cora Floor Lamp in the corner.

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Anonymous Ashley said...

This looks so relaxing... I love all of the white and the blue/white couch is so modern and gorgeous.

February 21, 2010 at 3:55 PM  
Blogger KSK said...

I am obsessed with that blue and white ceiling!

February 22, 2010 at 2:01 PM  
Blogger said...

She is a passion for us! We did a post on her several months ago! We absolutely loved her L.A. beach house!

February 22, 2010 at 3:44 PM  
Blogger HF Guy said...

Ceilings are usually treated like the red headed step child. I always give extra bonus points when someone designs the space with the ceiling in mind.

February 22, 2010 at 11:36 PM  
Blogger Open House LLC said...

Stayed at the Avalon a couple of month ago. The dining area by the pool (your last photo) is actually
not wallpaper but painted cinderblock. It used to be a pale yellow. The Avalon has such a clean look.

February 28, 2010 at 9:19 AM  
Anonymous Table designing said...

wow very beautiful chair, i love it

January 15, 2012 at 7:19 PM  

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