The Wells Collection | Interior Design by Kelsey Wells
The Wells Collection combines the imaginative ideas, works, objects and thoughts of Utah interior designer, Kelsey Wells.
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Stunning Neutral Dining Room

World Market E-Designs

Hey guys! Today I have four COMPLETE room design boards WITH all the links. ūüôā I am so excited to share these design boards with you.¬†¬†My challenge for this post was to design a dining, living, and bedroom exclusively using products from World Market, and keep the budget for each space under $1750! I was nervous at first but ended up loving it. People don’t usually¬†think of World Market predominantly as a furniture store, but they have some great pieces- and their furniture is affordable. I was pleasantly surprised at a lot of the prices and had a blast creating these eclectic designs.

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Baby Shower Girl

Soft and Springy Baby Shower

 

Over the weekend I threw a little baby shower for one of my friends! It was a small group so I was able to make it more intimate! I kept is simple but classy. The main decor was a gallery wall of baby printables. I chose grey and pinks for the colors and brought in pops of pink through the food! The mini yogurt parfaits were so yummy and so fun. I made a knock of “Nothing Bundt Cake” and used fresh flowers to top it. For the tablescape, I made a table cloth with a couple yards of fabric from Ikea- its only $8.99/yd! Above the table I hung a tulle fabric banner, and added fresh flowers for the centerpiece. I hope you enjoy these photos!¬†READ MORE

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Restoration Hardware Looks for Less

Restoration Hardware Looks for WAY Less!

Who doesn’t love Restoration Hardware!? Their monochromatic, neutral, stunning style always has my heart. The problem is their price tags would take me and my heart and put me right out on the streets! Resto prices do not fit within my current budget to say the least, but the good news is, they don’t have to! I am a bargain shopper through and through, and I there is nothing I love finding a great deal on more than furniture. One of my favorite parts of being an interior designer is¬†showing my clients that they can have the home of their dreams on a budget. Today I bring you FIVE of my FAVORITE Restoration Hardware pieces and their (much) more affordable alter-egos.

Enjoy!

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CLassic Blue and Gold Living Room Design Board

Classic Living Room E-Design

This week’s E-design just makes me crave spring! When I first started working with this client the room was completely empty except their grand piano, and the walls were a soft buttery yellow. They didn’t want to re-paint, and their main goal was to provide seating so they could gather and listen to their littles play the piano. The room is VERY small for a grand piano, but it is what it is, so I made it work. I stuck with small scale furniture and it worked out. One trick I love to do with grand pianos is to tuck a large ottoman underneath! This provides extra seating and depth. My client didn’t know their “style” but just wanted it to be beautiful, inviting, and classic. I chose light, warm neutrals for the furnishings, (so they would be as visually light as possible), and accented with Navy and gold (to tie in the yellow walls). This space is actually already completed! So the full room will be coming soon. For now, here is a beautifully classic living room e-design!

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Sophisticated Country Living Room

I haven’t had this space professionally photographed yet, but I just couldn’t wait to share! This client wanted a calm, sophisticated space that was relaxing and didn’t feel too formal. She grew up around horses and wanted that represented, but didn’t want the space to feel too country. I kept the color scheme¬†warm and neutral, and layered in textures to bring interest. Selecting small scale furniture helped to maximize seating while keeping the space open and not crowded.

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