It should come as no surprise that Kate Moss’s London abode is ridiculously gorgeous. What is unexpected is how eclectic her interior design sense is—think custom silk wallpaper, a plush salmon couch, antique crystal chandeliers and ornate Turkish rugs. Not exactly what you’d expect from the supe who built her career during the height of ’90s minimalism and proceeded to prove how jeans and a T-shirt can work for pretty much any occasion.
“I love mixing old and new things, all different eras,” Moss tells Architectural Digest, opening up her home to the magazine for its September issue, which also features Claudia Schiffer, Alexander Wang among other fashion legends.
La pièce de résistance? Definitely Moss’s master bathroom, which boasts a working fireplace, marble his-and-hers sinks, intricately beaded saris repurposed as curtains and $1,470-per-panel custom wallpaper that Moss describes as inspired by “a summer night when it goes silvery-blue from the light of the moon.” Chic.
Take a peak at her enviable vanity below, and head over to Architectural Digest to see more of Moss’s perfectly curated home.