Los Angeles designer and one half of Harbinger LA, Joe Lucas created an entryway to remember using sleekest wallcoverings. A “sucker for a salon-style wall,” Lucas began his dynamic scene with artist
Sharon Lee’s debut line as his anchor. “The chic gray-and-saffron combo of Lee’s Chrysanthemum design caught my eye instantly,” he says. Building from there, Lucas approached many of the papers as he would
art. “Kelly Wearstler’s provocative new Crescent design is a recent obsession, so it needed to be framed.
And the sculptural Weitzner paper lent itself to being floated in an acrylic box, earning the focal point position
in the space.” From a Holland & Sherry-clad flowerpot and a Wearstler-wrapped lampshade to an Innovations- upholstered stool, Lucas reveals that wallpaper knows no boundaries.
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