Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 November 2015

Victoria Beckham 'hires top interior designer'

Published 22/01/2013

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has apparently hired a celebrity interior designer to transform her new £20 million London home.

The singer-turned-fashion designer recently returned to the UK after her soccer star husband David's contract with Los Angeles Galaxy ended. Victoria and David, along with their four children, are now settling into a lavish property in West London.

It has been reported that Victoria wants Kelly Hoppen to give the house a makeover and turn it into a chic and "harmonious" home.

"Victoria loves Kelly's taste and knows she can trust her to do the best job," a source told British newspaper The Mirror. "Kelly is well known for working with block, neutral colours - shades of beige, cream, white and grey - and creating a calming, harmonious atmosphere.

"Kelly also pays huge attention to detail to create just the right relaxing ambience."

Interior designer to the stars Kelly is renowned for her neutral colour schemes and elegant ideas. The creative award-winner has worked with a host of big names including Sir Elton John, and Victoria previously hired Kelly to renovate her Los Angeles mansion. She has also helped to design backdrops for Victoria's fashion shows.

Victoria is hoping Kelly can help bring some of the elements from her LA home to her London residence, as she wants clean lines and feminine touches.

At the moment, the property is believed to have more of a bachelor pad feel, boasting a series of gadgets and state-of-the-art security.

David is yet to confirm which club he will play for next, but has received offers from countries all over Europe, as well as China, Russia and South Africa.

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