Inspired by the striking work of Italian designer Carlo Bugatti and Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi, Kelly Behun has invented a new vocabulary of shapes, fusing unexpected silhouettes with luxurious materials, including bleached mahogany and eye-catching porcelain mosaics. The intricate carving details lend the pieces a timeless, heirloom quality, crafted in materials to last for years and patina with age. The collection is entirely hand-made by the best American artisans.
Kelly is an Architectural Digest AD100 Interior Designer and a member of Elle Décor Magazine’s A-List of Interior Designers. “I love minimal, maximal and anything in between as long as it’s beautifully executed,” says Kelly when describing her style. Her most emblematic projects – whether it’s a townhouse in Manhattan or a mansion in the Hamptons – are always infused with the perfect alchemy of classic and timeless pieces mixed with an element of the unexpected. Favoring the juxtaposition of textures and styles, and driven by her strong artistic instinct, Kelly sees every space as a visual landscape of opportunity, and a means to explore how to best portray her clients’ own individual style. Labeled by the New York Times as "an interior designer with the eye of a gallerist," Kelly has deep ties to the art world, and has always believed in the importance of including art in your home as it allows you to make a deeper and more emotional connection to your surroundings.