Poppy Delevingne may be best known for her style credentials, but she’s also been drawn to the interiors world since she was a little girl. She used to collect fabric swatches and interior magazines, pinning pictures she liked onto her wall as if they were a favourite band or actor.
As she’s become older, Delevingne’s love of interiors has developed, resulting in the eclectic, stylishly curated West London home that she shares with husband James Cook. Her warm, colourful and inviting house serves as the set of H&M Home’s first ever At Home With… campaign, in which the actress and models has selected her favourite pieces from the brand’s latest collection.
Here, she takes us inside her home and talks us through her interior inspirations.
See more of her favourite H&M homeware picks at Hm.com.
“Light is the secret to a beautiful space. That, and flowers in abundance. As I write this, I’m staring at a bunch of freshly opened peonies on my bedside table from Scarlet & Violet that are making my heart soar and the room smells exquisite.”
“The house is literally dripping in photographs, old and new. I’m such a hoarder; I still have a cinema stub stuck to the fridge from the first time I saw a movie with my husband a million moons ago.”
“I have favourite interior pieces that I’ve collected over the years. I love my Natasha Law prints (pictured) as they remind me of sun-kissed holidays. Then there’s my vintage peacock chair in my bedroom; it’s my happy place. My red velvet bespoke couch by Joanna Plant as it’s the best place for naps. And my mirrored lightning bolts by Bride & Wolfe as they remind me of my ultimate hero, David Bowie.”
“My home is quite eclectic. There are parts of the house that are totally modern with clean lines and simplicity, then others that are cosy and sumptuous, where we used a lot of velvet and dark lacquered walls. Don’t be afraid to clash colours and prints – it will only bring vividness to your space.”
“I always think vintage pieces create personality as they have a story. You know that they’ve lived a life before you, however crazy that might sound. I love Kempton Market in London, or the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles.”
“There are definitely fabrics and wallpapers that I particularly gravitate to. Anything with a palm, banana leaf or hilariously a small animal. De Gournay is my go-to for wallpaper, and House Of Hackney for fabrics.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar UK.