Peek inside Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s tropical LA home

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Sisters Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s Hollywood Hills home is an explosion of color, vivid velvets, hand-painted tiles, graphic-print linen, and de Gournay wallpaper (also hand-painted).

Architectural Digest took a tour through the home that the British actress/model siblings share when they’re in Los Angeles. The house was transformed by architect Nicolò Bini of LA-based Line Architecture, with stylistic input from the Delevingnes.

“I wanted to create a true L.A. moment for them, with nods to California midcentury modern, Laurel Canyon bohemia, Beverly Hills swank, surfing culture, and a little Mexico,” Bini tells AD. “Then we tied all that in with Cara and Poppy’s Englishness to give the house another layer of Delevingne charm.”

The sisters gave quite a bit of input on everything from color schemes of their individual rooms to pieces of furniture: Bini says the massive, bamboo-clad bunk bed in the guest room—a custom-built structure that accommodates two queen mattresses—was Cara’s idea.

Another one of Cara’s ideas was a luxurious “soundproof party bunker” that opens off her bedroom. The room features “a mirrored ceiling, a stripper pole, disco lighting…[and] just the right amount of wrong.”

Take the full tour over at Architectural Digest.


Cara’s room is richly appointed with a mirrored mattress platform and a printed linen art piece.

A photo of a large bamboo bunk bed in a room with palm frond wallpaper.
The bamboo bunk bed that Cara dreamed up.

A photo of Poppy playing pinball while Cara sits in a hanging bamboo chair.
Poppy (left) and Cara (right) and their Playboy pinball game.

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