Poppy Delevingne's luxe London pad is exactly as cool as you'd imagine

We take a peek inside Poppy Delevingne's London home to see how she's used the latest H&M Home collection to create a colourful, luxe vibe. 

It's not exactly groundbreaking to point out that Poppy Delevingne is achingly cool. And it's not only her clothes – we've been dreaming about the de Gournay wallpaper in her bathroom for several years now. However, what might surprise you is that not everything in her home is equally high end. She's teamed up with H&M Home to showcase how its new collection can fit into any scheme, from luxe to laid-back.

Poppy's home has a variety of styles, with some spaces being characterised by clean lines, some being colourful and cosy, and others being dark and moody. Her bold décor choices are all carried off with such confidence that all they need is simple accessories to finish them off.  Her best decorating advice? “Don’t be afraid of clashing colours and prints, it only brings vividness to your space!”

While plain bed linen complements her blush pink bedroom, brass accessories are glam enough to stand up to that de Gournay wallpaper in her bathroom.


Simple tableware is always perfect for a relaxed breakfast or laid-back lunch, and H&M cushions pair perfectly with Poppy's blood-red velvet sofa. This high-low combination shows how combining quality investment pieces with high-street finds can give the best of both worlds.

Keep your eyes peeled for a peek inside more unbelievably stylish homes in the future, as Poppy's home is just the first in a whole series that H&M are showing us. In the meantime, you can shop the picks from her home from August 15 – here are our favourites:

Vase, €29.99


Wooden board set, €14.99

Faux fur cushion, €14.99

Throw, €39.99

All images courtesy of H&M Home 

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