Incase we needed further confirmation that West Yorkshire home emporium, Redbrick is the interiors capital of the North, along comes Kelly.
The Kelly Hoppen London concession store arrived this week - treating us to a selection of lust worthy furniture and homewares from the interior consultant to the stars.
A Kelly Hoppen home is all about contemporary classics and understated luxury. Renowned for her tonal palette and warm textures, hers is a style code that can be applied to any setting, bringing glamour, beauty and sophistication.
New this season, the Cube range of side tables introduces a fresh injection of colour to the Kelly Hoppen furniture collection and does what this brand does best. It demonstrates how one simple investment piece can transform a scheme and deliver that all important edge.
I’m truly smitten by the open cube in blush, £535, made to order here: www.kellyhoppen.com/new-arrivals/the-open-cube
Accessorising can be a tricky business but as any fashion stylist knows, here’s where the real difference is made. Kelly makes it easy with her range of home jewellery - a collection of pieces designed for display. Stick to this collection of vases and vessels for sideboards and consoles and it’s guaranteed you won’t go far wrong in the style stakes.
Of course no interior fashionista's coffee table is complete without an elegant tome for inspiration, copycat ideas and just general style kudos. I’d gladly take this tea-break masterclass any day of the week: £25 www.kellyhoppen.com
Living, dining, sleeping, bathing; for cool, co-herent interiors with a sense of celebrity about them, Kelly Hoppen has it covered. She joins hip brands such as Heals, BoConcept and Made.com at Redbrick, making it one seriously stylish shopping destination.
Obviously this latest concession means my next visit will no doubt see me plunged into a dragon’s den of House Candy purchase opportunities. And really I have only one thing to say about the situation.
Are you joining me?
Redbrick is situated in the West Yorkshire town of Batley, just a stones throw away from Leeds. Full details available here: www.redbrickmill.co.uk