Designer to the stars ready to tackle royal home
With all the details yet to be worked out before the big day, one appears to be decided: Who will design William and Kate's home in Wales? According to Radar Online, that lucky person is Kenneth Bordewick, interior designer to the rich and famous in Beverly Hills.
It was reported last week that Bordewick, right, was the only American-based designer that the Royal couple was interested in. According to a press release on the San Fransisco Chronicle:
Kenneth's exclusive clientele includes a long list of royal clients to include: HRH The Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, HRH Bianca De Savoy, Crowned Princess of Italy and HRH His Majesty the late King Fouad of Saudi Arabia, HRH Princess Yasmin and HRH Princess Nora, and HRH HRH The Prince Felipe, The Prince of Asturias, and HRH Letizia, Princess of Asturias. Kenneth also purports a roster of high-profile celebrity "royalty" including Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, and Sir Paul McCartney.
Bordewick tells RadarOnline:
I don't know what we're exactly doing yet in terms of design but they want it to be causal and contemporary. It won't be classical or old-fashioned at all.
The site also reports that Kate loves to cook, so the kitchen will be outfitted with 'large American-style applicances.'
Here are a couple of kitchens displayed on Bordewick's portfolio page: