Poppy Delevingne Just Revealed Her Quintessential British Bathroom
We get why she calls it her "happy place."
Published Sep 20, 2018 3:53 PM
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It’s spring year-round for Poppy Delevingne. We knew the British style icon had a thing for floral-filled interiors when her interior decorator, Joanna Plant, shared a snapshot of her garden-inspired bathroom last year; the room is swathed in an emerald green wallpaper by de Gournay. Then, this week, Delevingne revealed the cherry blossoms blooming in yet another bathroom. We totally understand why she calls it her #HappyPlace.
This time around, the Londoner ditched wall coverings for a custom tree mural. The artist, Rosie Mennem, who Delevingne tagged in her Instagram post, took a life-like approach to the design—the branches look like they’re actually shading the claw-foot tub.
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Rub a dub dub. See you in three hours… *emerges all prune like* #HomeSweetHome #HappyPlace
While promoting a campaign with H&M Home in August, Delevingne described her style as “eclectic, cozy and sumptuous,” which is all the more fitting now that we’ve gotten a clear look inside this space—peep those zigzag floor tiles. The ceramic squares, which appear to be Otto Tiles’ Magic Triangle pattern in burgundy, bring the sumptuousness, while the three Jo Malone candles burning on the floor check the cozy box.
We can’t blame Delevingne for wanting to channel warm weather vibes. When you live in England, a country where it rains 106 days out of the year, and your name is Poppy, chintz, Chinoiserie, and toile are practically a given.
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