Tue, Sep 1, 2009
One of the most famous British interior designers is Kelly Hoppen. She has never suffered occupational choice. At sixteen, suddenly flatly stated: “It would be a designer”. “I needed a scope, I wanted to work with the space, air, light. At the same time, I was always interested in the details – textiles, upholstery, accessories, in a word such as architecture – it is all the same to me something very global,” – continues Kelly. Now she not only creates a private and public interiors, but also produced furniture and accessory line for Century and a porcelain collection for the brand Wedgwood.
Kelly’s apartment in the heart of London reflects her ideas, about how to be a modern European house. “My understanding of style – it is harmony, adjusted combination of colors, textures, forms,” – says Kelly. London apartment is made in pale tones, dominated by beige and streamlined, fuzzy form. Lemon-yellow chair and red bench are unexpected accents, which reinforce the impression of overall restraint.
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