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roof, adding a touch of glamour. It has
become one of the family’s favourite areas
for gathering with friends to revel in the
sunshine and take in the breathtaking
views that the town has to offer.
Kelly decided to maintain her status quo
when it came to the living areas, which
feature a neutral colour palette throughout.
However, it was designed to be an area
where all the family could instill their
individual tastes, yet have them come
together in a harmonious way. Therefore,
the elegantly designed living room beckons
with a sandy-hued Andrew Martin sofa,
paired with the softening arcs of the
striking black Collection Pierre chairs and
dramatic black and white accessories.
Perhaps the most intriguing element is
the series of black and white photographs
from the Michael Hoppen Gallery. “I’m
obsessed with photography, I think it’s
very chic,” says Kelly. “In this instance,
I felt the black and white worked well
against the neutral base on which we then
built accents of colour.”
In true Hoppen style, the devil is in the
detail throughout the summer house. This
attention to finer elements and her knack for
styling a room, rich with visual stimulation
and yet balanced, is what has
“I’m obsessed with
photography, I think it’s very
chic. In this instance, I felt
the black and white worked
well against the neutral
base on which we then built
accents of colour.”
04 A gothic-inspired wall sconce from DK Home and
candlesticks from the Kelly Hoppen store blend with the
owner’s vintage glassware in the dining room.
05 An Andrew Martin sofa and striking black chairs from
Collection Pierre pair with black Ipe Cavalli coffee tables,
dramatic monochrome accessories, and art by Michael Hoppen.
White Birgit Israel lamps, Borderline carpets, and sconces by
Todhunter Earle provide the natural backdrop.
06 A Birgit Israel chandelier hangs elegantly over the candy pink
Moissonnier table and complements the pink in the Bennison
curtains and sconces from Porta Romana.
07 The home features beautiful black and white pieces from the
Michael Hoppen Galler y.
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