The setting for Cara Delevingne and sister’s home is a gracious but unpretentious 1950s dwelling, centrally located yet discreetly tucked away on a quiet street, and conveniently outfitted with a pair of master suites on different floors and with two separate entrances. Let’s meet this stylish home!
In Cara’s bedroom, panels of graphic linen by Groundworks are set in a bespoke wall covering.
The sisters’ divergent personal tastes come into high relief in the design of their individual bedroom suites and their modern stylish home in general. The centerpiece of Poppy’s dreamy, light-filled aerie is a wall covered in a hand-painted de Gournay paper featuring monkeys and toucans cavorting in trees and vines against a field of Tiffany blue.
A de Gournay wallpaper draws the eye in Poppy’s bedroom, it just adds a splash of color to the sisters’ stylish home.
“I wanted to create a true L.A. moment for them, with nods to California midcentury modern, Laurel Canyon bohemia, Beverly Hills swank, surfing culture, and a little Mexico,” adds the architect of this stylish home, Nicolò Bini. “Then we tied all that in with Cara and Poppy’s Englishness to give the house another layer of Delevingne charm.”
Vintage barstools belly up to the custom bar with a pop of palm wallpaper by Donghia.
Velvet covers the living room armchairs by Bakarian Studio and sofa.
Cara Delevingne and sister trick out their alluring Stateside hideaway with a Playboy pinball machine, a nautical bar straight out of Gilligan’s Island, and a stripper pole.