Following the huge success of her previous books, today's ultimate interior design trendsetter, Kelly Wearstler, manages to astound once again with her newest release. Wearstler's highly anticipated HUE celebrates the undeniable power of color. This elegantly photographed and carefully designed book showcases her most recent projects while serving as inspiring eye-candy for interior design and decorating fans. Focusing not only on the author's high-wattage public persona, HUE also explores the design dynamo's process with an exclusive look inside her new studio. The book features Wearstler's newest designs for international hotels and resorts, restaurants and lounges, and exclusive boutiques—with elements of her new product collections introduced in images of her urbane residential designs.
Kelly opens the neoclassical gates into an epic realm, offering an intimate look into a landmark 1926 estate—including an opulent Georgian-style main mansion, expansive guesthouse, gardens, and grounds. This Paul Williams Bel Air masterpiece is reimagined as a textural metropolitan oasis with strong design details and an unexpected palette that reignites the mansion's classic bones.
A residence in Malibu boasts raw, organic materials and a color palette of earthy tones mixed with sea foam green and silvery blue. Her anthropomorphic sculptures and chunky modernist furniture play up the serene ocean ambiance.
In addition to her residential projects and studio, Wearstler shares public spaces such as BG (the destination restaurant and bar in Manhattan's famed fashion temple Bergdorf Goodman), her eponymous boutique at the same legendary store, the Viceroy resort in Miami, and The Tides in South Beach.