I am so pleased to have stumbled upon this décor editorial in Architectural Digest, discovered via Living Gazette, to bring to you an inside peek of Kate Moss’ London Home, featuring her collaboration with the English wallpaper House de Gournay. Inspired by the silvery-blue atmosphere of a summery dusk night, the legendary model set out to create a “film noir feel” for her master bath and the results are absolutely breathtaking!
“To capture the mood of “a solarized Man Ray picture,” as she describes it, Moss teamed up with bespoke-wallpaper house de Gournay to create a silver-tinted anemone pattern (according to Greek mythology, the flower is thought to symbolize luck). The result of an intimate design process, Anemones in Light depicts cascading blooms overlapping shards of solar radiance, and will become part of de Gournay’s permanent collection. “I’ve always loved what they do. It’s like vintage jewelry—it’s special,” she says, adding that a powder room in her country house is done in their Badminton design, incorporating jaybirds to mimic the chirping variety that inhabit her garden there.”
*Editor’s Note: On the mantelpiece, a photo of Kate Moss shot by Irving Penn.
*Editor’s Note: Moss also designed a daybreak version of Anemones in Light (one of pastels and neons and described as “quite psychedelic”) for her country home bathroom; it also adorns the entry hall in her London home, shown above.