Social Style: Nickey Kehoe On Instagram


Southern California cool comes in many different forms, but if LA-based design studio, Nickey Kehoe has anything to do with it, it’s a blissful blend of vintage, art, rich patterns, and modern simplicity.

And as you suspected, Nickey Kehoe’s Instagram is just as fresh as their unforgettable style. Partners, Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe became a design duo back in 2004 and ever since they’ve been growing greatness by way of residential and commercial design and through a beautifully curated retail shop (which is chock full of vintage goods, worldly must-haves and Nickey Kehoe exclusives).

Start scrolling. The vibe? Fresh, airy, and timeless without a doubt. You won’t see a dozen snaps of the pair, but you will find building “selfies,” which feature various angles of the Art Deco building located on noneother than Beverly Boulevard, all of which catch the soaring SoCal palm trees that frame the place.

When there are no “selfies” to stare at there are dozens upon dozens of design vignettes. You see the team’s genius come to life in the form of Hollywood Hills-esque dining spaces that peer out onto a glistening pool or living space scenes that are flooded with colorful art and vintage odds and ends. Then there are the aptly styled retail must-haves that you can just imagine in your place before you double tap and give it the heart.

It’s hard to not fall for the vibe they’re giving off. It’s a little bit boho, which will make you swoon, but still sophisticated enough to have your best, well-read, high-brow, designer dud loving buds over for French wine. Speaking of, you’ll catch a snap or two of food, wine, and scenes that beg to be filled with both.

And just when you feel you’ve had your fill and indulged in all of the beauty Nickey Kehoe has to offer, up pops a lush pastoral or poolside scene and you can’t resist. The need to continue peering overcomes you and you fall more and more for their version of California cool. Then before you know it, you’re shopping their site and trying to recreate the wonder in your own world. Until you’ve got that look down, follow the experts.

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