Decorate your home with dynamic fabrics

Brooke Theis
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The American interior designer Kelly Wearstler has designed a distinctive new collection of fabrics and wall coverings for the historic textile house Lee Jofa.

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In her fifth collaboration with the brand, Wearstler has created an assortment of prints, weaves and embroidery designs in rich, earthy tones. Southern Californian influences are combined with references to the Bauhaus group, traditional Japanese art and the Memphis movement.

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‘District’ is a painterly print in seven colour varieties, featuring oversize geometric shapes and subtle nods to Cubism (it also forms the cover of Wearstler’s book Evocative Style); ‘Arcade’ pays homage to the 1980s with its graphic striping on reversible chenille; and her signature ‘Graffito’ pattern, inspired by a Gio Ponti drawing, has been recreated in palettes inspired by nature. Wearstler has also reimagined her textural ‘Cascadia’ design, now printed on a cotton and linen blend.

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Often drawing inspiration from vintage fashion and 20th-century architecture – particularly the work of Pierre Cardin, Louis Kahn and Oscar Niemeyer ­– the designer’s dazzling portfolio includes the homes of Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani and Ben Stiller, as well as New York’s Bergdorf Goodman restaurant, the Four Seasons Anguilla and the flagship of Compartés chocolates in Los Angeles.

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The timeless details, dimensions and colour combinations of this new collection with Lee Jofa brings phenomenal vibrancy to an interior, while remaining endlessly sophisticated.

‘Kelly Wearstler V’ is available at Lee Jofa.