Want to Learn Interior Design? Kelly Wearstler Is Teaching a Masterclass
Take down those paint chips taped to your wall and stop scrolling endlessly through your “interior design inspo” Pinterest board. You’re going to want to start from scratch after signing up for Kelly Wearstler’s Masterclass.
Wearstler, a pro at experimental design, mixing and matching color, and playing with pattern, is teaching a 17-class course through Masterclass and it’s going to change the way to approach interior design forever.
“Eclectic and experiential, Kelly Wearstler’s style helped redefine modern American design and influenced the rise of designer hotels,” Wearstler’s Masterclass page reads. “Now the award-winning designer takes you behind the scenes to demystify interior design.”
The class is formatted for a variety of potential students. Whether you’re simply trying to perfect your living room or if you’re diving into your first professional interior design project for a client, Wearstler will help you navigate both allies.
According to her announcement video, Wearstler will take you through her process of designing a space from beginning to end, starting with creating “vibe trays,” those being trays filled with fabrics, tiles, textures, and color palettes you may want to incorporate into a room, and ending with a finished design that’s experimental, fresh, and of course, colorful.
She’ll teach you how to make a space feel bigger with high-gloss paint and reflective surfaces, and curate collections that speak to you and your aesthetic. Confidence is the key to interior design, and Wearstler is your confidence-sprinkling fairy godmother.
“In my new Masterclass, I show you how to make the most of what you have, discover and refine your personal style, and create spaces that are a reflection of who you are,” Wearstler wrote in an Instagram Story, saved to her “Masterclass” Instagram highlight. “I hope you join me.”
You can gain access to her Masterclass for $15 per month via the Masterclass website. As Wearstler says in her introduction, “Stay curious, take risks, and beautiful things will happen.”