British supermodel Kate Moss, whose left breast quite literally shaped a new champagne glass last year, has dipped back into the design realm in a much more orthodox way. Indeed, over on a 650-acre estate in England's Cotswolds region, where Yoo, the architecture company started by property developer John Hitchcox and French designer Philippe Starck has staked out a luxe vacation home development, Moss recently made her interior design debut, decorating a five-bedroom country house now available for purchase for about $3.8M. Built from green oak and natural Cotswold stone, "The Barnhouse" has a traditional gabled profile, but inside, Moss gave it a thorough "retro glamour" style discernible with just one glance at the velvet sofas in the double-height living room.
Collaborating with Katie Grove of London firm Grove Interiors, who has worked on all of Moss's own homes, the model infused the residence with vintage furnishings from the '20s through the '70s—or in her own words, "the best bits of everything." Among other things, there are artworks by Damien Hirst, Peruvian bedcovers, a custom mirrored four-poster bed by British artisan David Haddock, which is apparently inspired by silver birch trees surrounding the house. Take a look:
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