I’m thrilled to feature Kimberly Lewis in this month’s Style Snapshot. Kimberly is the owner of Kimberly Lewis Home, a Brooklyn based design studio specializing in playfully patterned home furnishings. You may recognize her designs from the pages of House Beautiful or this month’s Manifesto Magalog. I’m so inspired by Kimberly’s work and loved working on her snapshot below. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about Kimberly!
My definition of style is… colorful, classic, girly
I’m endlessly inspired by… vintage textiles, flea markets, Pinterest
No home should be without… artwork. Whether it is family photos or affordable prints. Artwork doesn’t have to come with a high price tag!
Best piece of business advice you’ve been given… The more you try the more chances you have to succeed.
Kimberly’s wallpaper in Society Social’s Manifesto Magalog
My dream project is… partnering with a bigger brand and collaborating on a line of products
I’m most proud of… launching Kimberly Lewis Home
The one indulgence I can’t live without is… cheese!
If you had to pick a favorite Kimberly Lewis Home pattern it would be… Sierra in Cadmium
I’m thrilled to share my first interview in what I hope will become a monthly series. Designer, author, artist, and new Open Sky tastemaker, Lulu deKwiatowski, is the perfect person kick things off! Lulu’s colorful, whimsical aesthetic makes her one of my style icons. Her line of bedding for Matouk is a personal favorite (if you follow me on Instagram you know I recently bought her Chant linens) and I’ve already been shopping her Beachside Glamour collection for Open Sky. Enjoy!
My definition of style is…Lauren Hutton meets Kate Hudson in Almost Famous
I’m endlessly inspired by…Mother Nature and my mother
Lulu’s home in Lonny
No home should be without…color
Best piece of business advice you’ve been given…Never lose sight of your passion
My dream project is…to do another art book
I’m most proud of…my book LULU
The one indulgence I can’t live without is…white wine!
If you had to pick a favorite Lulu DK pattern it would be…Our new Plantation in Silver Metallic
P.S Thanks to Open Sky for the opportunity to interview Lulu. Be sure to check out her selections; you won’t be disappointed! I have my eye on her Oyster Shell Mirror– so gorgeous!