She may be one of the design world’s best kept secret. Meet Molly Luetkemeyer (pronounced loot-kah-my-er) AKA mollyloot.
1. Isn’t she the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? 2. You are going to DIE if you haven’t seen her work.
LOVE this wall hanging.
Love me a good red chair.
This bathroom takes me back to 1979.
I’m always a sucker for a good gallery wall.
What a great shade of orange…
Peacock Mirror, anyone? (I have the $199 Pier one version, couldn’t swing this one.)
Simply adore these ceilings.
Notice the perfect mix of patterns that most people would have never paired together.
Molly started her career working for design legend Kelly Wearstler. You can see many common threads in their design style. Molly’s work is truly a throwback to the 70’s. What I love most about her design is the bold use of colors and mixing and matching of fabrics. As I was looking through her portfolio for this post, I realized the other thing that I love about her– her creativity when it comes to new uses out of old spaces.
I have been saving this in my inspiration file for months for our basement built-ins.. I love the depth that the green builds into otherwise plain white bookshelves.
The drawer pulls and the pops of emerald give this otherwise “standard” closet a whole new life.
I would have never thought to encase a piano.. and I love the tortoise shell backing on the shelves.
I want to nap here, now.
This was my favorite– so many people have that awkward extra bedroom that they’ve converted into an office. Notice how she built the bookshelves into the closet. Love the lighting, love the sliding door.
So, I may be a bit of a Molly Loot stalker at this point. I’m okay with that. I’d like to think that if I lived in LA, we’d be friends. But then again I’d like to think that I’d be friends with a lot of people in LA if I lived there. Come to think of it, in my own head.. I’m pretty f$%king cool.