We've admired Michelle Workman's talent from the pages of magazines, including her published designed for John Travolta & Kelly Preston, Kirstie Alley and Leah Remini. The L.A.-native also has an office in San Francisco, and describes herself as an "easygoing perfectionist." Known mixing contemporary and vintage styles, she can parlay French with Federal. As with many of her peers, she relishes "the hunt". We asked her to bring us along on one of her frequent pilgrimages to the PDC as she shops for a new client seeking a "Hollywood Glam" look.
F. Schumacher's Shockwave, pictured on the Copenhagen sofa, adds subtle shimmer:
Somehow the F. Schumacher velvet (54860 in Platinum and Jet) doesn't seem too flashy.
I think a little Art Deco will go a long way in this home. I stopped into A. Rudin and found these gorgeous chairs:
I'll upholster them in this great sort-of neutral silk from Kelly Wearstler for Lee Jofa:
And then I swoon over this side table from A. Rudin, I love pairing modern design with organic elements -- it's a combination that adds up to CHIC!
Check back this afternoon to see how she'll finish off the room!