Kate Moss is many things: an iconic supermodel who defined the '90s aesthetic, the object of countless people's fascination, and, as of this month, a wallpaper designer. Moss recently collaborated with bespoke-wallpaper house de Gournay to design a dusk-inspired wallpaper for her stunning master bathroom, according to Architectural Digest.
"It's my favorite time of day," she told the magazine. "Picture a summer night when it goes silvery-blue from the light of the moon." The end result is what can only be described as "a solarized Man Ray picture," quips Moss. The silver-tinted paper features a dusky blue anemone motif interspersed with beams of silver solar light; the design will be added to de Gournay's permanent collection.
The wallpaper perfectly frames Moss's jaw-dropping bathroom, which houses a claw-foot tub at center, a mirrored fireplace at the front, an Irving Penn portrait of the model on the mantel, and a vintage James Worrall chandelier above. See inside supermodel Kate Moss's moody master bathroom for yourself:
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