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Kelly Wearstler is taking advantage of LA's home decor kick. In an effort to make her bold work accessible to Angelenos outside of the design trade scene, the fashion and interiors guru recently released a collection of exclusive wallcoverings and fabrics at her Melrose boutique.
The current in-store range for spring 2013 features a mix of metallic prints and statement patterns (see above and here for a taste) in seven styles starting at $196 per five-yard roll. In addition to wall decor, Wearstler's shop (which is less fashion or more lifestyle these days) also carries vintage bric-a-brac curated by the designer herself.
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