Kelly Wearstler Just Showed Us a Chic Update to Those Spray-Foam Mirrors
It’s all part of her new gallery collection.
Published Oct 26, 2022 1:38 PM
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Remember those DIY spray-foam mirrors that the Internet was obsessed with a couple of years ago? Kelly Wearstler, our high priestess of luxe home design, does, and she put a chic new spin on the idea—and it thankfully doesn’t require a trip to the hardware store.
“It’s actually soft,” Wearstler says of the mirror, available in three muted metallic shades and made by Nashville artist Amelia Briggs, whom the designer met on Instagram. The mirrors are just one part of Wearstler’s new fall collection in her online gallery, which she started as a response to people always asking her where they could purchase items she had custom-made for her residential and commercial projects. So she worked with artists on pieces that she could sell in one space—and what it really means is that now you can have a slice of her cool style in your home, too.
In addition to the mirror, Wearstler debuted a collaboration with hip Brooklyn glassware studio Sticky Glass—normally, its wares are in bright primary colors, but the designer introduced warm amber tones and gold balls. She also worked with Israeli artist Hagit Pincovici on light sculptures, furniture designer Felix Muhrhofer on terrazzo tables, Lior Modan on velvet art, ceramist YehRim Lee on side tables, Dutch designer Dirk Van der Kooij on lamps and seating, and ceramist Ebitenyefa Baralaye on striped terracotta vessels.
Together, the pieces create a soothing, sophisticated space, though Wearstler isn’t necessarily suggesting you use them all in one home. And we say, if you have to choose only one—well, we’ve been reflecting pretty hard on purchasing that mirror.