Hotels Projects of Kelly Wearstler

Los Angeles–based interior designer Kelly Wearstler’s bold, inventive sensibility has brought enchanting verve to chic hotels, shops and residences throughout the country. We’re totally down with Kelly Wearstler’s eccentric interiors, the designer brings her fiercely glamorous approach—high-octane patterns, gleaming metallic surfaces, and spirited colors.

Kelly Wearstler

Kelly has been widely celebrated in the media for her visionary work, brought to life through her fearless use of vibrant color, and unexpected textural juxtapositions. Over the past decade her take on the Hollywood Regency style has spawned legions of imitators, who continue to gravitate to her inspired mix of graphic patterns, luxe textures, and eye-popping hues.

Originally built in 1949, Avalon Beverly Hills underwent its initial renovation in 1999 and merged Kelly Wearstler’s dramatic style with the glamorous nostalgia of mid-century design. For the hotel’s 10-year anniversary, the designer has re-imagined the space, deftly blending its old Hollywood roots with a distinct 1950s vibe.




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The 40-acre Viceroy Anguilla marks the first international location for the brand and Kelly Wearstler’s most textural interpretation of Viceroy style to date. The expansive property provides a serene setting for its guests with the designer’s signature mix of organic elements.


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Hailed as one of Miami Beach’s first luxury boutique hotels, the historic Tides South Beach unveiled a fresh face and refined look in Summer 2008 when Kelly Wearstler completed her re-design. The Tides’ new look was inspired by its Art Deco roots and streamlined architecture, but infused with a fresh perspective.


Viceroy Miami, a five-star urban resort and residence project within the city’s acclaimed Icon residential towers. The project brings Kelly Wearstler’s renowned style to one of three luxury residential towers at the condominium complex, developed by The Related Group.