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ULSTER TATLER INTERIORS FEATURES A STUNNING LONDON PROPERTY
WITH INTERIOR DESIGN BY KELLY HOPPEN MBE.
This stunning listed property spans across four floors comprising of four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms along with three cloakrooms, a gym and a roof terrace. Situated in South West London, this remarkable project was a collaboration of client and designer. Having worked together for many years Kelly Hoppen was truly able to capture the client’s desires.
The briefing for this project was to create a twist of Kelly’s signature style of neutral luxury and create an eclectic mix of new and old with splashes of colour.
As you enter into each room of the property you are captivated by its elegance, softness and quirky twists with pops of colour blended into the furniture; hidden like treasure in the interior of cupboard doors or subtly expressed through upholstery, artwork and decorative cushions.
Each room is as inviting and intriguing as the next with the iron staircase adorned with waterfall feature lights guiding your pathway through the space. The use of natural materials throughout the bathrooms is in keeping with Kelly’s famously sought after style; elements that add to the soft and luxurious feel of the property.
The entrance features a custom made metal iron staircase with timber handrail and treads and a silk carpet from Stepevi. There are three stand-out ceiling mounted Fortvny Scheherazade lights from Venetia Studium. The sofa is a Promemoria sofa in a linen fabric from GP&J Baker.
The living room features wingback chairs from Holly Hunt, upholstered in Mohair from JR Scott and sofas from Rose Uniacke. The unique chandelier is a white falx hanging light from Jeremy Cole and the stone fireplace was made by Livra. The splash of colour comes from the yellow interior console from Moissonnier.
The dining room has a custom made table from Bellavista, chairs by Holly Hunt and custom made chandelier from Beau McClellan which is a definite focal point of the room.
The screening room pictured has quirky fibreglass penguin sculptures by Michael Durand Borome. The pendant, ceiling mounted lights are from La Lampe Gras and circle scupltured light is from Ledun. The bench and cushions are from