Many home design connoisseurs anticipate the RH, Restoration Hardware and RH Modern Source Books the way fashion insiders watch their mailboxes for September issues. The tomes showcase an elegant curation of fine furnishings and home accents, crafted in conjunction with some of the biggest names in design, including WYETH’s John Birch, Jens Juul Eilersen, Jonathan Browning, Timothy Oulton, Ian K. Fowler and Milo Baughman, among others. Spring 2018 will bring a new name to the fold—textile artist Kelly Hoppen. “There is a great deal of mutual respect between us, and the synergy of both brands collaborating is wonderful,” says Hoppen. “I have admired what RH has done for years so when the opportunity came around to work with them I was thrilled.”
Hoppen’s first collection for RH includes linen, suede and leather pillows with geometric stripes in a soothing palette of white, cognac, camel, sand and Fog gray. “One of the signature looks within my brand are the shapes and the bands that I use on my cushions, something which is inspired by my East meets West ethos,” says Hoppen. “When designing for RH, I used materials which you will often find in my designs. I wanted to make sure that my designs complimented the existing collections perfectly and would encompass both a masculine and feminine feel.”
Click through the gallery above for an inside look at the new collection.
All photography courtesy of Restoration Hardware.