Kelly Wearstler's New Dinnerware Collection

Kelly Wearstler's New Dinnerware Collection

Lindsey Roberts
Oct 12, 2009

"Maximalist" Kelly Wearstler released a bedding line earlier this year, and now she lends her bold style to another are of the home: fine bone china.

Her four designs — Trousdale, Pickfair, Hillcrest and Mulholland — are all made to mix and match. Wearstler's descriptions of her designs:

1 Trousdale
Trousdale was inspired by the delicate lacquer work of the Art Deco movement and the minimalism of Japanese art. A subtle gradation of gold dots delicately decorates this pattern, which is set in a palette of metallic gold and ivory.

2 Pickfair
Pickfair is a dynamic interpretation of a flame stitch (or chevron) pattern, yet it becomes more graceful when translated in muted hues of soft grey, mica and gold. A striking and classic design, Pickfair is designed to be layered and mixed with all the other pieces in the collection.

3 Hillcrest
At once modern and timeless, Hillcrest is a unique pattern evocative of sea anemones and the stylized florals of the 1920's. The delicate linework and graceful forms are rendered in a soft metallic gold.

4 Mulholland
Mulholland features platinum and gold stripes that overlap and appear to wrap around each piece. Inspired by modern art, Mulholland is a graphic pattern that mixes well with the more decorative patterns to create a vibrant and unique place setting.

Kelly Wearstler's dinnerware collection is available at select Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman stores.

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(Images: 1-4, Neiman Marcus; 5-7, Home Accents Today)

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