You probably know Kate Moss from her supermodel era. She defined 90’s fashion aesthetic, but know her great taste and refined choices are expanding to Home Decor. Nearly three decades in front of a camera lens have given Moss a rich photographic library, which gave her interior-design style an almost innate and eclectic, taste!
So it’s my promise to you, that you will want to see her Glamorous home and especially the silver-tinted anemone pattern Wallpaper that she created with the well-known wallpaper house de Gournay. The custom hand-painted wallpaper panels mimic her favourite time of day: dusk, those summer nights when it goes silvery-blue from the light of the moon.
In 2015 she took on her first design project – dressing up a stunning five-bedroom home in the Cotswolds, and now she has invited Architectural Digest into her own home in London to show off the spectacular eclectic interiors and reveal a few of her inspirations.
Kate loves mixing old and new things, from all different eras, in her home which she decorated with interior designer and former personal assistant Kate Grove. Moss didn’t take a backseat in the process, she tried not to be a control freak, but in the end, she was it. However, the result was just amazing and the input she gave was precious.
The bathroom is clearly the supermodel’s favourite room in the house and is even a place where she entertains guests. Kate always loved old movies with glamorous bathrooms with chaise longues so in her bathroom, in the country she has a chesterfield, and troughs her birthday parties there, and she and her guests always end up hanging out in it. So it’s no surprise that when they decided where to apply the paper, the master bathroom was the first choice.
The new paper provides the perfect backdrop for the glamorously appointed master bath. Centered in the space is a claw-foot tub, set beneath a vintage crystal chandelier from James Worrall and placed opposite a carved stone hearth. In front of the wallpaper, there’s a mirrored vanity lined with antique perfume bottles and a wall of framed black-and-white photographs, to an overall perfection Kate add an embroidered silver curtains made from saris are draped at the windows.
All the photos are courtesy of Architectural Digest
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