You Can Get Free Interior Design Advice From Kelly Wearstler on MasterClass Live

published Apr 21, 2020
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At this point, you’ve probably given your space a look-around to see where you can focus your time and energy. And while you can try cleaning your stove’s drip pans and reorganizing your kitchen cabinets, practicing interior design isn’t as easily self-taught—and that’s where Kelly Wearstler’s free upcoming interior design class comes in. 

This Wednesday at 5 p.m. PT, Wearstler is going live on MasterClass to answer all of your burning design questions. Seriously, you can ask her anything! Deciding on what color to paint your walls next? Shoot her a Q. Need some expert advice on the best couch for your tiny living room? You know who to call (or, you know, message). Since you aren’t able to physically go to a store, see items in person, and get a touch or feel, Wearstler’s advice is more valuable than ever before. 

In addition to the Q&A portion, Wearster will also be leading the class with specific topics. Some categories include working with small spaces, incorporating texture and color, and playing with light and natural accents. Since many of us are living within the same four walls 24/7, the advice is seriously welcome.

Beyond the Live session, Wearstler also has a full program on MasterClass that is comprised of 17 lessons. The course is for all levels and covers everything from using pattern and color to enhance your spaces, showing how texture adds dimension (like in the Santa Monica Proper Hotel she designed), and even giving a glimpse into the life of an interior designer. 

If you’re looking to get a taste of what the full class offers, the MasterClass Live session with Wearstler is a great place to start (especially if you need some interior design advice ASAP). Tune in for Wednesday’s live experience here, and get ready to look at your home in a whole new light (perhaps literally).