Swiss Chalet by Interior Designer Kelly Hoppen

Cottage in a luxury ski resort in Switzerland

The interior of a chalet in a Swiss ski resort designed by renowned British designer 
Kelly Hoppen. The redevelopment of two apartments into a single space with a total area 
of ​​about 300 sq.m. with panoramic lake views. A spacious living room is combined with a 
dining room next to the kitchen, in addition to four bedrooms and a toilet, there is a large
 entrance hall and an external terrace. The color palette of the chalet is designed in
 neutral tones with hints of cream. Gray and beige tones bring
 pink and emerald details to life.

This beautiful cottage situated in a luxury ski resort in Switzerland,
has been completely redesigned by the renowned interior designer Kelly Hoppen,
 which transformed the old design in an elegant and cozy space and style Kelly Hoppen.
  Originally there were two apartments, They were converted into a single space,
 with an area of approximately 300 m* . 

The designer traditionally uses a lot of natural materials in the interior, including wood,
 marble and corals. The interior is decorated with design objects by Kelly Hoppen, 
furniture from McCollin Bryan blocks and Bleu Nature,
 lamps from Porta Romana.

In addition to a beautiful view to the lake that surrounds it, the cottage has
 a spacious living room and integrated dining area, a kitchen, four bedrooms, a toilet,
 a large entrance hall and outdoor terrace. The luxurious Swiss chalet features neutral
 palette in shades of cream, gray and beige as well as wallpaper and little touches in
 pink and emerald green, which gave the traditional residence a touch of modernity. 

Kelly also uses a lot of natural materials, including wood, marble and coral, to keep
 the rustic charm of the house. In the majestic landscape surrounding the cottage Its
 interior is glamorous and timeless, making it warm and inviting. A perfect winter
 getaway for their owners. Highlight for decorative objects Kelly Hoppen,
 wonderful  side tables acrylic McCollin Bryan blocks in acrylic and 
wood  Bleu Nature and lamps from Porta Romana.

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