Minotti London presents: The Marylebone Project by Daniel Hopwood

Interior designer, director of the British Institute of Interior Design and BBC design judge Daniel Hopwood takes us on a tour of his stunning London home.

About Daniel Hopwood

Daniel Hopwood is an industry-leading interior designer. He founded London-based Studio Hopwood in 1993. With years of valuable experience, the British Institute of Interior Design decided to appoint him as Director of Continuing Professional Development and then President. He is a guest tutor at the KLC School of Design and has worked as a trends consultant for Dulux. Daniel regularly gives talks at trade shows such as Decorex and 100% Design and more light hearted versions  for public shows such as Grand Designs. He writes about design for magazines and newspapers including the Sunday Times and Evening Standard. A presenter on the series, “Britain’s Best Homes” for Channel 4 and more recently the judge on BBC2’s “The Great Interior Design Challenge” which recently aired its fourth series.

Widely regarded as one of the best interior designers in Europe, Daniel is the first call for style-conscious clients in London and beyond. He regularly features Minotti designs in his chic and vibrant interiors and is a long-time collaborator of Minotti London. Having waited a decade to renovate his stunning Marylebone apartment, which is only a stones throw from the London showroom, we were thrilled to be invited for a guided tour of the one bedroom abode.

Daniel’s skills as an architect and interior designer are evident in his use of super efficient space planning, and his signature blend of rich colours and versatile furniture choices includes the Minotti Spencer Bed and Minotti Freeman Sofa.

See more of Daniel’s work at danielhopwood.com and join his conversations on interior design, trends and lifestyle on Twitter and Instagram.