Over the past two decades, Wearstler’s protracted reach as a designer has expanded exponentially, designing multiple international hotel properties – including luxury hotels for the Viceroy brand and the new Proper Hotel Group. Design Contact would like to show you some of the most luxurious and bold restaurant design from Kelly Wearster, the iconic interior designer around the world.
Originally built in 1949, Avalon Beverly Hills underwent its initial renovation in 1999 and merged Kelly Wearstler’s dramatic style with the glamorous nostalgia of mid-century design. For the hotel’s 10-year anniversary, the designer has re-imagined the space, deftly blending its old Hollywood roots with a distinct 1950s vibe.
Sophistication on the Seventh Floor of Bergdorf Goodman with afternoon into evening Central Park views. BG is a modern interpretation of the aristocratic social salon. Like a Park Avenue residence from the age of cosmopolitan glamour. Well-appointed and bright, the drawing room atmosphere is an intimate conversational setting for lunch, tea and early supper or cocktails. The light and sparkling menu is a modern take on classic New York fare.
Hailed as one of Miami Beach’s first luxury boutique hotels, the historic Tides South Beach unveiled a fresh face and refined look in Summer 2008 when Kelly Wearstler completed her re-design. The Tides’ new look was inspired by its Art Deco roots and streamlined architecture, but infused with a fresh perspective.
At Viceroy Palm Springs, Kelly Wearstler brings Hollywood Regency glamour to the desert. Her antidote to the desert’s steamy climate is a refreshing citrus-hued palette that offers a welcome respite from the heat.
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