On Dabney Lee's "moderne blog," she mentions interior design queen Kelly Wearstler. Similarities are evident in the way they both add a sense of fun to the style of daily living, as well as they way they juxtapose contrasting colors in a way that works brilliantly to create unique and comfortably chic rooms.
Of course, because of my sister Shannon, I had heard of this minx-like guru long before her status as a Bravo Top Design judge. I am currently lusting after her book "Modern Glamour and the Art of Unexpected Style."
As described by publisher Harper Collins: "In this lavishly illustrated book, Hollywood's hottest new interior designer shows readers how mixing and matching designs from different eras and adding an element of the unexpected can redefine any room-residential or commercial."