Saturday, April 16, 2011

Interior: Vibrant Berry Hues








Vibrant hues and graphic patterns.

I'm always amazed at the very fact that I may have seen the same Kelly Wearstler room twice or even five times, and yet it still somehow surprises me. Perhaps it is her very unique and unmatchable approach—the very way in which she pulls together different colors, styles, feels, textures, etc. You can instantly recognize her work, yet no two spaces are alike. And with thanks to the sunny Spring weather and Summer approaching, I find myself more and more drawn to vibrantly paired hues. Richly colored violet and magenta that turn to red, toned down with muted cream and white, with a dash of metallic for glamour. Not my typical go-to style, but completely chic and divine—don't you find?

Images by: 01 Melanie Acevedo, 02 Mark Edward Harris, 04, 07 Grey Crawford, 05 Fracois Halard, Hue by Kelly Wearstler / 03, 06 Bernard Touillon Coté SudAvril—Mai '06

23 comments:

  1. Wow - These photos are beautiful, the colors are so rich and vibrant. Great post...

    Cheers! =(^.^)=

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  2. OMG love it! what a gorgeous post!! how are you? Hope you are enjoying a beautiful weekend!

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  3. Kelly Wearstler... Hum. I will have to look into it because these rooms are stunning. Very chic!
    Just a Silhouette

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  4. Sarah, stunning rooms and works of art!!The color of my life!

    Come and enter my fashionable giveaway from The French Basketeer!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  5. Dearest Sarah,

    Well, it looks very special and might work for some buildings but I would not want to do my home like this. It would make me very restless...

    Lots of love,

    Mariette

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  6. Hi dear Sarah
    I just love this burst of colour.. and the opalescent quality to the images.. The sheer curtains are my favourite. I'm currently having an obsession with sheers floating in the breeze.. hehe perhaps as they remind me of summer which has finally say goodbye down this end of the world..

    Have a lovely weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

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  7. Oh my, everything about this is gorgeous! Hope your weekend is going splendidly Sarah! xo.

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  8. Hi Sarah - wow each is like its own painting! Gorgeous colours, I really ought to branch out from my normal white and cream... Lou x

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  9. Very striking rooms but I could never live with so much color..love those curtains blowing in the wind..beautiful images..thanks for sharing sarah..have a lovely sunday..do visit my blog when you have a moment! xx meenal

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  10. Mesmerizing colours...like swirls of melting raspberry icecream on a sun~drenched afternoon.

    I have seen some of those images before, but not all, and certainly not together, so your selections have really enhanced the overall effect of the colours and textures used.

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  11. A perfect burst of colour for Spring! Very pretty Sarah...

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  12. oh Sarah, you spoil us with beauty, I love this colour, very very much!

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  13. Oh they're so incredibly unique and just captivating! Thank you so much for sharing such beauty, Sarah. Hope you're having a lovely weekend! xoxo

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  14. I love the use of colour! Stunning! Thanks for sharing. Keep up all the beautiful posts.

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  15. Yes please! Vibrant hues = happiness. This post just sings of Springtime, doesn't it?! xo

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  16. i adore this post sarah, these colours are really catching my attention lately. so alive and pretty. love it.

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  17. lovely pink.....!!!

    nice Holly Week! enjoy :)

    xoxo

    another woman

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  18. This is so insane it's wonderful!

    I love the tones. They all work so well together.

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  19. I know many are not fans of KW's eclectic style but I for one am a big fan. Kelly's rooms are like a case-study for advant-garde design. I've definitely got an itch to incorporate berry hues someday.

    Great post Sarah!

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  20. This makes me want summer fruit even more.

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  21. Dumwit Tellher: I love how you worded that: "case-study for advant-garde design." That is so true!

    Karena: I will stop by soon—thank you for letting me know :)

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