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It's all about the mix
First in fashion and now in design, Kelly continues to thrive on incorporating unexpected elements, antique and vintage finds and one-off bespoke pieces to create statement environments.
Rather than a signature look, Kelly works within many genres that inspire her to always keep it fresh. Whether the request is for modern or traditional, bold color or a subdued palette the emphasis is on client collaboration, personality and place. Kelly is also known for her original art work often used to customize projects that add to the uniqueness of her work. Her interiors feel sophisticated, eclectic and curated over time. She believes that the energy of a beautiful, aesthetically alive space is real and tangible.
Simply put, good design is worth it.
Named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s 25 most powerful stylists, Kelly Hurliman has spent the past 17 years in the fashion industry and over a decade as the personal stylist to Oprah Winfrey. She styled thousands of looks for Ms. Winfrey on The Oprah Winfrey Show as well as for numerous magazines and editorials. Also responsible for personal appearances, Kelly dressed Ms. Winfrey for premiers and red carpet events including the Oscars and Golden Globes, garnering her client a spot on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed List. Now she is using her design skills to pursue her long standing passion for interior design. Spending time assisting the team at Nate Berkus and Associates in Chicago and now taking on her own clients, she combines her love of classic and modern design with an approachable high/low mix of styling interiors. Kelly has worked on a range of projects that include designing custom furniture and creating original art. Her love of all things beautiful and down to earth sensibility give her a fresh voice in the design community.