Victoria Beckham has hired interior designer Kelly Hoppen to give her new London house a makeover to create a more ''relaxing ambience''.
Victoria Beckham wants to create a ''harmonious atmosphere'' in her new home.
The former Spice Girls singer-turned-fashion designer recently moved into a lavish house in west London with her husband David and their four children - Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, Cruz, seven, and 18-month-old Harper - and has hired interior designer Kelly Hoppen to give the place a makeover because she doesn't like its current ''bachelor pad vibe''.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Victoria loves Kelly's taste and knows she can trust her to do the best job.
''Kelly is well known for working with block, neutral colours - shades of beige, cream, white and grey - and creating a calming, harmonious atmosphere.
''Kelly also pays huge attention to detail to create just the right relaxing ambience.''
Shortly before they returned to London, it was revealed Victoria and David - who has been linked with soccer clubs in the UK, France and China following his decision to leave Los Angeles Galaxy - have enrolled their sons in a £15,000-a-year school in the city.
A source said: ''For David and Victoria, the children come first. They have spent months researching schools and after visiting a few earlier this month, have found one they agree on.
''It's an independent school and will not be fazed by having celebrity children on its books. Both David and Victoria's families are all delighted too as a return to London means they will see so much more of the children.''