Color Palette in a Kelly Wearstler Room

Raise your hand if you are a Kelly Wearstler fan! Well, I wanna raise both hands. The queen of Modern Glamour design is revered by so many. The image above is a bedroom in her Malibu home. Now, she is known for her love of geometric patterns and though the walls in the room seem busy, the space is anchored by a cohesive color palette; Cognacs, Whites, Grays and a hint of Black. I went ahead and plugged this image at one of my fave websites, Colour Lovers. If you are new to the site, you can join for free! You do have to join you use the Color palette feature.This is how to plug in an image:

1. At the footer, go to the “Create” column.

2. Click “Palettes”.

3. Below “Create a Palette,” there will be 3 columns; Basic, Advanced and From a Photo.Click “From a Photo.”

4. On the right hand side, there will be 3 tabs; Photos, Colors and Gallery. Make sure the tab is in “Photos.” Load your photo’s URL & that’s it!

And here are some finds for you in this amazing palette!

From Top Left to Right | Row 1: 1 / 2 / 3 Row 2: 1 / 2 / 3 / Row 3: 1 / 2 / 3

What do you think? It’s sort of masculine but it can also be feminine with an edge. A cohesive color palette makes such a huge impact, don’t you think?

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About Maureen

Details are my passion. From curating vignettes to designing spaces. I thrive in finding the finds and just discovered the art of collecting...all while sipping on a cafe au lait & a french macaroon in hand.

2 thoughts on “Color Palette in a Kelly Wearstler Room

  1. i can’t say that is a decor choice i would gravitate to but i do love the color palette and those chairs are pretty amazing! actually i think it’s just the wallpaper that i might swap out with some white paint, i quite like everything else. (btw i also love your little inspiration in the sidebar!).

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