Balancing differing aesthetics, our friend and Homepolish interior designer Kelly Martin brings together mid-century statement pieces with natural wood finishes (plus a pop of teal) in this Los Angeles redesign. After a trip to the Uprise Art Loft, the designer discovered works by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey and Laura Berman to complete the design. As Kelly says of her aha-moment, “finding these artworks was one of those amazing designer-client moments where we were all on the exact same page and so excited to have them installed.” Scroll on to see how it all comes together.
Photos by Meghan Beierle-O’Brien.
“The Laura Berman piece above the bar was something that I wasn’t necessarily looking for when I was at the Uprise loft, but when I saw it I knew we had to get it! It was a part of a limited edition series and was the last one left at the time.”
“The Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey piece adds a layer of depth and complexity atop the inky, mesmerizing, peacock-blue wallpaper, thanks to its soldered and burnt geometric shapes.”
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