Kevin Beer has been amassing objects of normal record for a long time. What started off as a childhood inclination to deliver house birds’ nests evolved into a occupation-defining pastime for the artist and interior designer. Kevin utilizes his bounty of shells, butterflies, and taxidermy in his do the job, reworking the earthly objects into thought-provoking sculptures and 1-of-a-type decor parts for his West Hollywood abode.
The 1920s Spanish Colonial property is filled to the brim with Kevin’s idiosyncratic creations and possessions, which contain a classic armoire stuffed with doll heads and a bevy of thrifted portraits. While there is no lack of visual stimulation, an oceanic theme acts as a calming pressure throughout the eccentric household. “I constantly required it to sense ethereal and light and a bit tropical—if not pretty tropical,” Kevin explains.
The residing place is potentially the most coastal-motivated room, with white stucco partitions, an abundance of turquoise glass, and a mantel included in coral, conches, and a Hadrian bust. A large South Pacific clam shell overflowing with starfish and other sea treasures sits in the hearth, which is flanked by two regal French chairs. Previously mentioned the worn leather Chesterfield hangs a standard chandelier augmented by crystals, rosary beads, and red branches.