Molly Luetkemeyer designed mirror image windows on the #LEGENDS2013 theme of Time Capsule: The Past, Present and Future of Design at the George Smith showroom. “With its traditional yet psychedelic flowers, Bennison’s Songbird fabric was the jumping off point for my mirror image windows,” she says. “Keeping one side classic, I chose to reinterpret the fabric (and by extension the mirrored space) into a kaleidoscopic vision of the future.”
Since opening her firm in 2001, Molly Luetkemeyer has been sought after for her colorful and energetic style by influential clientele from the worlds of business, art and entertainment. In projects from coast to coast, she creates lively, comfortable interiors tailored to each client’s individual lifestyle. Luetkemeyer has been featured on House Beautiful’s list of “Top 100 Designers”, on The Hollywood Reporter’s list of 25 Most Influential Designers, as well as in numerous national and regional publications.
Named for the early 19th century furniture maker who founded the company, George Smith has become synonymous with beautifully crafted furniture. Every sofa, chair, chaise and stool is lovingly made in their workshops in the North of England. George Smith also carries furniture and fabric lines such as Bennison Fabric, Best and Lloyd Lighting, Bestlite, La Forge Francaise Furniture, Laurette Design Fabric, Posse Furniture, Raoul Textiles, for George Smith Furniture, Stela Collection, George Smith Outdoor Collection and O-ECO Textiles.
Bevard Delivery: pickups and deliveries
Connoisseur Antiques: smaller paintings
Dragonette Ltd: floor lamps and “Cigars” box
Emily Wagner: custom painting on chair and ottoman
Fuller + Roberts Co.: classical bust
Galerie XX: Boris Lovet Lorski pair of plaster lamps
George Smith: armchairs and ottomans, ottoman leather, Bennison Fabrics armchair fabric, oEco Textiles pink bolster fabric, custom Raoul Textiles curtains fabric, Best & Lloyd pair of light blue table lamps and La Forge Francaise iron console table
Hollyhock: Book side table
Lee Stanton Antiques: Multi-paned tall mirror
Maharam: Yellow ottoman fabric
Kelly Wearstler: “Head Trip” limited edition head sculpture
Nye + Brown: “Tell me where the dog lies buried” large painting by Claudia Parducci
Rolling Greens: artificial flowers
Straight Lines Painting: painting labor
Studio Workshops: multi-legged side table
Sydney Harbour Paint Company: wall paint
Woven Accents: rugs
For further information about Molly Luetkemeyer, visit www.mdesignla.com.
George Smith is located at 804 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit www.georgesmith.com.
For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s LEGENDS event, visit www.lcdqla.com/legends-2013.