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Ask Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe to describe the process behind the “earthy elegance” that informs their mix of classic and California modernist, and you’d swear you were talking to a couple of studio creative executives. They speak of “pitching” their clients and conjuring spaces that tell a “story.” Says Nickey: “We really work hard with people to create their narrative. We’re like editors.” No wonder such clients as Shearmur — for whom they interjected Palladian elements into a classic Spanish Colonial — can relate. “A lot of our clients are exposed to the places they travel,” says Kehoe.
“There’s a wide net of references from their experiences.” The pair’s own globetrotting is evident in their furnishings sold at their NK shop on Beverly Boulevard, which houses everything from a headboard inspired by 18th century Dutch building facades to a chair that channels Vienna’s Wiener Werkstatte design movement.
On young Hollywood style: “There’s a new generation in Hollywood, more Bohemian, with a love for a casual, lived-in look.”
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