Love her or hate her, Kelly's the only interior designer who truly gets what was fabulous about 1980's design. If you're old enough to remember watching "Miami Vice" and "Dynasty," then all you probably want to do is forget that era. But Kelly will make you reconsider, as she has almost single-handedly changed the way boutique hotels look today. Thanks to her, the tired zen look is out and the snazzy no-two-rooms-are-alike look is definitely in.
Lucky for us, we have a 2-for-1 on Kelly's "home" work today. Vogue just featured her Beverly Hills home in its October issue and Metropolitan Home currently features her glam Malibu beach house in its November issue.
This bedroom is a mix of old and new pieces:
The hand-painted wallpaper and side tables are designed by Kelly. Everything else: pure vintage.
Not exactly a beach-y look, but we don't care! It's totally fab!
But what about Kelly's Beverly Hills house?
Well, we're not exactly digging the foyer's hand-painted wallpaper custom designed by her. It looks like her kids took a paint brush to the walls! And she has the same gold Pedro Friedeberg "Hand" chair that we saw in Jonathan Adler's apartment.
Gosh, she even has Friedeberg's "Hands" table in the entrance hall (below):