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The debut of Kate Moss in interior designWednesday 30 September 2015
In her latest creative venture away from the runway, Moss has spent the last six months collaborating with The Lakes by Yoo, overseeing the interior design of the Barnhouse, a luxury home located in a new housing development in the Cotswolds, UK.
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The interior design magazine CovetED informs that the architecture and design company Yoo was co-founded by property entrepreneur John Hitchcox and French designer Philippe Starck – Moss has today unveiled her for The Barnhouse in the Cotswolds, a romantic retreat in the rural Oxfordshire region.
Concerning the beautiful location of the bespoke design, the Lakes looks like one of the Cotswold’s most coveted areas. As a result, everything played it role on the way to modern interior design and the interior design debut of Kate Moss as well.
The model commented the way she was involved in this project – “John Hitchcox, the chairman of design company YOO, and I became friends through our love for the English countryside – and the pub! When he told me about the Barnhouse in the middle of the silver birch wood I was intrigued and then excited to become part of the design team. We have created a perfect place to escape with family and friends.”
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Being in love with the English style of countryside, Kate Moss designed the five-bedroom house with the kitchen is a prominent focal point featuring indigo blue cabinets with Crittall glass, and old-school brass cup handles, creating an intense and moody atmosphere central to the heart of the home.
Among the highlights of the property are a mirrored four-poster bed, plush velvet sofas and gallery walls adorned with hand-selected monochrome prints.
Moss has chosen the artwork for throughout house, including pieces by Damien Hirst, Allen Jones, Chris Levine, Damien Hirst, Mit Senoj.