Portrait by Grey Crawford
Kelly Wearstler and luxury bedding brand Sferra linens have collaborated on a new collection! Bedding, throws, pillows, and napkins/rings are done in soft blues, yellows and natural tones. Her inimitable look has touched many areas of the home. She has created fabrics with F.Schumacher and Co, Groundworks/Lee Jofa, rugs with The Rug Company, home accessories with Bergdorf Goodman and a new tome is due out this year. I have been eager to share this for awhile, and I am thrilled the time has come! The linens are in stores this spring. Let your fingers do the walking to Sferra to find out exactly when.
Kelly's fabric collection has a nice overlap with these designs. Even her signature star burst ornament with Bergdorf Goodman is represented, on a napkin with a soft metallic embroidered motif. The pop of brass hardware brings it all home. The sculptural napkin cuff provides a natural, handmade element.
The connectivity goes one step further. The bedding coordinates with her Zephyr Tibetan wool carpet for The Rug Company. As with her Groundworks collection, she was inspired by Japanese kimonos, travel and embroidery. The soft neutrals in this palette are not overpowering, making for a restful bedroom environment.
Delicious ombre throws keep this marble maiden warm. The cashmere is super rich multi ply, the kind that feels like clouds. If you really want to luxe it up, bring it with you when traveling.
All photos by Grey Crawford Courtesy of KWID
The drop dead pillows were incredibly hard to produce, given the embroidery work involved. Yards and yards of ribbon were used to create this caterpillar-like pattern. The other designs would be a nice finishing touch on top of bed, or next to the throw on the sofa.
Her collection looks divine when seen all together, so make sure you visit the website and Kelly Wearstler, Inc. to get the full effect.