Even the most stringent minimalist can't help but take notice of Kelly Wearstler 's bold aesthetic. Known for more than just her interiors, the designer-turned-style-mogul's brand is now synonymous with everything from fashion to home decor accessories. After catching a glimpse of her weekend life (have you seen her beach house ?), we needed to know more! Keep reading to see the 10 things that fuel her creative spirit.
Photo by Mark Edward Harris 
I am a big fan of op art, and Vasarely  is a genius. His adventurous use of pattern and color always inspires me. I have a small black and white Vasarely in my bedroom. It is one of my most prized possessions.
Source: Photo by Grey Crawford 
Robert Piguet Oud Perfume
I discovered Robert Piguet Oud perfume  ($150) while traveling and fell in love. The scent is androgynous and has sexy notes of wood. It is subtle and warm, never overpowering, and wears so well throughout the day.
My Sons' Band
My boys play in a three-piece band called The Negotiators. They play covers and also write their own original music. Our living room has become a music conservatory that plays host to band practice every day. They played The Whiskey last year!
Source: Courtesy of Kelly Wearstler 
Full of important vintage and unique anomalies, taking clients to the JF Chen  showroom is always an experience. His collection is curated to perfection and is a great place to get inspired — every genre and style under one roof.
Source: JF Chen 
This ombre rug  is the perfect balance of rawness and refinement in beautiful colors. These designs work so well in a modern or traditional environment. The beauty of working with The Rug Company is any person can change color ways to suit personal needs.
Rose Bowl Flea Market
The Rose Bowl flea market  is one of my favorite weekend activities in LA. My boys love to tag along. I go down every aisle more than once. There is so much to take in. New and different curiosities stand out at each pass.
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Cire Trudon Candle
Cire Trudon  makes the most incredible home fragrances. One of my favorites is Solis Rex  ($85), which has notes of cedar, green leaves, and incense and is inspired by Versailles's famous hall of mirrors. Their scents are so elegant and distinctive. This is one of my go-to hostess gifts.
Fractured Luxe Throw
The first thing I pack in my carry-on when I travel is one of my soft baby alpaca throws  ($495). It makes international or red-eye flights infinitely more comfortable.
The Decorative Arts Museum in Paris
I make a point of visiting the Decorative Arts Museum  every time I am in Paris — which is at least twice a year. Even the building itself is full of rich history and beautiful architectural detailing. This is one of my favorite museums in the world.
Source: The Decorative Arts Museum 
Erewhon's Green Juice
Juicing is one of my passions. I have a green or red juice from Erewhon 's tonic bar every day. It is chock-full of nutrients and fresh veggies. It's the perfect travel companion to keep my energy up while running around town from my studio to vendors to our jewelry factory downtown.
Source: Erewhon