Meet British interior designer (and Entrepreneur, Author and Educator), Kelly Hoppen. What an amazing, talented woman. Can you believe she started her business at the age of sixteen and a half!
She work with a reinvigorated lust for life, and the free-flowing silhouettes and round, soft, feminine shapes of her new work show a far more relaxed approach to her signature style.
Since the 1980s, Kelly Hoppen has become a household name in the style capitals of the world. Often infusing her Western interiors with objects chosen with an Eastern philosophy, she is a master of visual yin-yang. Characteristically, Hoppen works in a color scheme that blends neutral shades—soft taupes, rich chocolates and warm beiges—which she contrasts with dark wood that adds rigorous linearity to the lush softness of the fabric choices (suede, wool, linen, cashmere).
In all of her work is the dining rooms that I will talk today.
The living room is composed of three seating areas, which are set around a central dining table. Each area has a different function and benefits from different light during certain times of the day. The sensation of space is emphasised by a series of four chandeliers floating like a dynamic sculpture in the central space.
In a Westchester County, New York, home, interior designers Kelly Hoppen and Tim Gosling created the dining table, which was fashioned from mahogany inlaid with mother-of-pearl. They designed the cabinet—displaying Tang horses and old vellum books—to complement it.
Hoppen has gone through all aspects of redesign giving helpful hints and solutions for hip and comfortable interiors.
This dining room project…. Is absolutely stunning and magnificent!
So attractive and inspirational room, not using colours… Simple black and white.
I hope you get inspired too, and hope you like it. I’m sure I do. Let me know you’re your opinion about her, it will be interesting to know. Leave a comment. 🙂