The new Kelly Hoppen Style collection captures the British interior designer’s signature style.
Marking Graham & Brown’s second collaboration with the renowned trend and style icon, the Collection features seven designs created from a tasteful tonal color palette with shimmering metallic highlights.
Enigma - Screens allow you to create privacy within rooms without compromising on natural light, this stylish circular design has metallic highlights that reflect light back into the room, creating a feeling of space.
Kelly’s Ikat - A contemporary take on the Ikat trend and inspired by Kelly’s love of Asian culture and traditional fabrics. It features shimmering highlights mixed with a matte fabric effect.
Laddered stripe - This organic stripe is highlighted with metallic detailing on the stria that really catches the light.
Knightsbridge - This luxurious flock on a shimmering metallic background is the epitome of timeless style. This stunning geometric has clean lines and a simple dual color aesthetic to suit any room. The design is also available in a beaded effect reminiscent of tiny crystals that sparkle in the light for a decadent look.
Hoppen Stripe/Linen texture - Stripes are an effective way to create a bespoke look as they can be hung either horizontally or vertically depending on your desire to create width or height. This structured stripe features metallic elements for a sophisticated finish. The linen effect background also helps disguise any wall imperfections no matter what style of house you live in.
Panel Designs - Reflecting Kelly’s trademark use of screening, this collection features four different panel designs. Left white, the designs look fresh and bright, but they can also be painted or varnished to achieve different effects.
All papers feature Graham & Brown’s ‘paste the wall’ technology for quick and easy hanging and removal.
About the designer: Kelly Hoppen’s ever-evolving style is underpinned by a subtly coordinated fusion of East meets West; clean lines and neutral tones, blended with charming warmth and sumptuous opulence. She is the recipient of many design awards and in 2009 she became an MBE for her services to interior design. She puts her stamp on the homes, yachts and jets of private clients, as well as select commercial projects the world over, including hotels, restaurants, offices and aircrafts.
About the manufacturer: Started by two British friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown in 1946, the Graham & Brown wallpaper company was launched after World War II when there was a severe shortage of paper following the War. Henry and Harold cleverly procured a large supply of surplus metallic paper, an eight-colour surface printer and a new embossing machine, with which the two men began a wallpaper revolution. Today the company has expanded into the United States, France, Holland, Russia, Canada, and China and has an international reputation as a leading design house and manufacturer of high quality wallpaper.