The Marylebone Project by Daniel Hopwood

The Marylebone Project by Daniel Hopwood

Stepping into the home of an interior designer is a rare insight into the consciousness that informs their body of work. Leading interior designer and past-President of the British Institute of Interior Design Daniel Hopwood’s Marylebone abode is no exception. In this exclusive film, Daniel takes us on a guided tour.

Stepping into the home of an interior designer is a rare insight into the consciousness that informs their body of work. Leading interior designer and past-President of the British Institute of Interior Design Daniel Hopwood’s Marylebone abode is no exception, elegantly bursting with intelligent design ideas and a bold sense of confident, personal style.Having founded Studio Hopwood in 1993, years of valuable experience saw Daniel appointed as Director of Continuing Professional Development at the British Institute of Interiors Design, and later President. Widely regarded as one of the boldest interior designers in the industry, Daniel is the first call for style-conscious clients in London and beyond.

Having waited a decade to renovate his stunning Marylebone apartment, one of London’s most architecturally rich areas, we were thrilled to be invited for a guided tour of the finished space. Daniel’s skills as an architect and interior designer are evident in his use of efficient space planning to turn what could be a challenging space into a celebration of versatile design and living in multipurpose spaces. 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.

“I love London, I always have. A city that fizzes with life, an exciting place to be. When I was young I dreamt of living there and I hoped one day to be right in the middle, where it is all happening. Although such dreams do take a while to achieve, especially as property is exceptionally expensive, I eventually arrived.”