Four Hands will be the new distributor of British designer Kelly Hoppen's new furniture collection, which debuted this past Fall at High Point Market. The collection was created in collaboration with British furniture company Halo, which is also the name behind the successful Esquire magazine collection.
"This furniture range has been inspired by all the great vintage pieces I have used over the years," Hoppen said in a Home Furnishings Business report. "I wanted to create a collection that I felt anyone could incorporate into their homes, allowing every piece to melt into the surrounds but at the same time stand out as a star piece."
In addition to interior and furniture design, Hoppen has a line of paint, fabric, rugs, wallpapers and ceramics. She also established the Kelly Hoppen Design School in 2003—a five day course offering students insight into her trade and style secrets.
Photos courtesy Kelly Hoppen.
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