Kit Kemp creates a wool bedroom for new exhibition

21 March 2013 by
Kit Kemp creates a wool bedroom for new exhibition

Hotel designer Kit Kemp has created a bedroom for a new wool-focused exhibition at London's Somerset House.

Presented by the Campaign for Wool, the exhibition sees the recently renovated West Wing of Somerset House transformed into a home made primarily from wool.

The bedroom, designed by Kit Kemp, who owns Firmdale Hotels with her husband Tim, incorporates several of her own fabrics and rugs designed for Christopher Farr.

Other designers include Mary Fox Linton (drawing room), Ashley Hicks (study) and Donna Wilson (child's bedroom). Three additional rooms will be dedicated to fashion displays, celebrating the importance of wool in today's fashion industry. Admission to the exhibition, which runs until 24 March, is free.



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