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Rhapsody: Kelly Wearstler Hardcover – October 23, 2012
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"With stunning images of Wearstler’s never-before-photographed interiors, Rhapsody: Kelly Wearstler is an inspirational look at one of the most irreverent and fascinating designers working today." ~chictip.com
"The book and her work is interesting on every page. Even when it scares me a little bit, which it does a few times in Rhapsody. The book is about contrasts and balance, the raw vs. the refined, graphic lines vs. sensuality, minimalist organic modernist vs. the gaudy luxury of the 80s, it’s about simplicity vs. explosive complexity, sleekness vs. layered texture." ~sketch 24
"This latest book follows the trendsetter behind the scenes, from creating sculpture at her metal foundry to revealing the myriad inspirations that fuel her dazzling residential and hotel designs." ~Daily News Los Angeles
"...the book has a lot eye-candy for Kelly’s fans. Everything we love about her vibe: daring scale interplay, brave color mixes and curious vintage finds. Did I mention a LOT of creative inspiration?" ~Design Apothecary
"Rather than playing it safe with the usual suspects like Belgian linen and mahogany, she favors textured skins, loads of leather, tough metals and exotic stones. The projects featured in her book—all previously unpublished—share a refreshing libidinous quality." ~Wall Street Journal
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Fabulous tome from Kelly Wearstler - definite must have for inspiration if doing own home decoration!Published 21 months ago by Lisa Streeter
Kelly Wearstler, in my opinion, is the designer that is doing the most extraordinary, inspirational, and interesting work in the design world today. Read morePublished on June 25, 2014 by JoAnna Nicholson