- Publish Date: October 20, 2016
- Format: Hardcover
- Category: House & Home - Decorating
- Publisher: Rizzoli
- Trim Size: 9-3/4 x 11-1/2
- Pages: 328
- US Price: $60.00
- CDN Price: $80.00
- ISBN: 978-0-8478-4894-2
—"Master designer Kelly Hoppen offers a wealth of experience and advice on achieving your signature style."
—The Society Diaries
"The monograph of the award-winning, London-based designer’s work inspires with 500 color photographs of Hoppen’s favorite projects from her 40-year career, and depicts the evolution of her East-meets-West approach and focus on clean lines and opulence."
—Modern Luxury Interiors (Atlanta)
"Designer Kelley Hoppen can fill the libraries of the well-appointed homes she has decorated with many books she has written."
–Pretty Page Turner
"This book is nothing short of spectacular elegance. Kelly has included the work from her entire career and her own homes in the book; 40 years and almost 300 pages of beautiful. This will definitely be on my Christmas list."
—Splendid Sass Blog
"...Hoppen's reflection on her 40 years in interior design, revealing her secrets and tricks for creating dream interiors."
—Cottages & Gardens / New York
"The book offers an inside look into the world of interior design, through the eyes and experience of Kelly. Her signature style of pairing simplicity and luxury is seen page by page, as she provides advice on achieving your own signature style. Different than her prior books, Kelly Hoppen: The Art of Interior Design operates as part coffee table design book, part text book with all the tips and guidelines for starting a design project, understanding the key issues and design principles applicable to the space, to finally decorating and furnishing the room."
—Color Outside the Lines
"The imagery in this autobiography-meets-lookbook is so appealing that it borders on too extravagant. "
"I may not master these design skills but Kelly Hoppen certainly does own these skillz like nobodies business. I am always amazed by her work and how she can elevate any space without such a neutral palette. Kelly’s latest book does not disappoint."