Learn interior design with Kelly Hoppen's online course

The famous designer is offering a masterclass in decorating and styling that you can access at home

Kelly Hoppen's home - bedroom
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Interior design guru Kelly Hoppen is revealing the secrets to creating stunning yet tasteful rooms in a digital masterclass home decorators can have at their finger tips.

Famous for her use of neutral colours, restrained styling and East meets West fusions, Kelly will be using her 40 years' of experience to help guide domestic and professional stylists through their own makeovers on kellyhoppenmasterclass.com.

Kelly Hoppen's stylish home

Kelly Hoppen's home is typical of her understated yet luxurious style

(Image credit: Mel Yates)

The one-time dragon on Dragon’s Den and judge on The Great Interior Design Challenge, started at 16 when she designed a family friend’s kitchen.

Kelly Hoppen

Kelly Hoppen masterclasses

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For more details on the designer, go to kellyhoppeninteriors.com

Read Kelly's tips on decorating with colour

Since then she’s transformed the homes of A-list celebrities, as well as everything from yachts to hotels to private jets, and has been awarded an MBE for services to interior design.

She explains her process in the masterclass, which aims to offer 'access to the world’s best creative minds’. It is built around four key modules: the first is Design Considerations, second is Colour and Texture, third is Finishing Touches, and fourth is Rooms and Mood Boards.

Available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Roku as well as online, the masterclass comes with a branded app that allows users to switch between devices and pick it up wherever they might be.

The class, which will be available in English and Chinese with more languages to be added later, will be updated with fresh content regularly.

Kelly Hoppen's home - bedroom

Kelly will be offering tips on how to use colour and texture

(Image credit: mel yates)
Alison Jones
Assistant Editor

Alison is Assistant Editor on Real Homes magazine. She previously worked on national newspapers, in later years as a film critic and has also written on property, fashion and lifestyle. Having recently purchased a Victorian property in severe need of some updating, much of her time is spent solving the usual issues renovators encounter.