Stylist's Studio

From a distinctive setting to carefully chosen pieces, our homes are what make us who we are. The Welcome Home series is our chance to speak to people that inspire us and learn what makes their house feel like a home.

Whether she’s prepping stars like Anne Hathaway and Selena Gomez for award shows or simply getting dressed in the morning, Erin Walsh believes style is all about telling your personal story. “By injecting intention into every single wardrobe choice, you can actually learn how to embody the person you want to be,” says the celebrity stylist.

This personal approach extends into Walsh’s spaces. A longtime Sundays fan (we’re blushing!), she outfitted her entire LA studio with our pieces.

They create a clean, cozy backdrop for irreverent artwork and stacks of coffee table books—and, of course, the exquisite apparel and accessories she uses in her work.

What are the best wardrobe items to invest in?

A killer jacket—meaning a problem-solver jacket that works just as well with PJs or a dress. A crisp white oversized button down. And a statement belt.

Any favorite pieces of furniture?

I got this really cool art table made out of ropes with matching stools from an antique shop. And I LOVE my Sundays dining table. A lot of stories around that one. 

Where do you find inspiration in your daily life?

I am surrounded by the most fantastic women! They inspire me. I also love sitting next to a stranger at a dinner and learning what makes them tick. We are all such wildly different creatures.

What do you like about Sundays pieces?

They check all my boxes! Elegant, aspirational, and accessible. They have a point of view but aren’t distracting. Perfection.

How do you relax?

I light a million candles every night and burn sage, palosanto, and incense. I wash my crystals and I make flower arrangements every week.

What’s your favorite time of day?

Unwinding in the evening time. Getting into the winddown ritual, getting dinner started, having a cocktail, the whole candle bit. It reminds me to be grateful and to take a deep breath again.

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