Kelly Hoppen is a legendary interior designer, with mesmerizing projects, all over the world. Wall Mirrors gives you the opportunity to look at some of Kelly Hoppen’s best projects, embellished with the most amazing mirror placements.
This was a project for a private residence, in London, where Kelly Hoppen invested on massive furniture, she spared no expenses to turn this home in an absolute paradise of interior design. To place a special touch, she finished with the placement of equal round mirrors, of different sizes, that come together as one piece.
This Kelly Hoppen’s project is located in The Lakes, and it proves that a mirror is very important to give life to a room. This choice of a massive mirror that almost fits the whole wall, gives a luxury personality to the room, showing that you can keep a room simple, with fewer furniture, but still maintaining an exquisite concept with only an accessory, such as this mirror.
Also in The Lakes, Kelly Hoppen figures that these classic shaped wall mirrors are the perfect fit for this console table. They have an adequate size for this scenery, so there’s a balance between the elements along the console table, and also to establish a presence of these luxurious mirrors.
This is a commercial project in Taiwan, which is an incredible example that the minimalist trend can also portray as one of the most marvelous concepts to have in a home. In this project, Kelly Hoppen opted to place a massive mirror that uses almost half of the large wall, complementing the washbasin, and establishing a luxurious bathroom.
It’s at Lux Belle Mare, in Mauritius, that you’ll find the most peaceful bathroom yet, really giving you the power to relax. The whole décor embodies a chilled and sophisticated mood, completing with two equal mirrors that fit perfectly with the washbasins.
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