Look inside Sol Campbell & His Wealthy Wife, Heiress Fiona Barratt's Luxurious & Comfy Home
Sol Campbell and his wealthy wife, Fiona Barrat-Campbell, have a luxurious and comfortable home in England's lavish area. Here is a look into the nine-bedroom mansion they call home.
A house is more than just the rooms and furniture. It is a combination of everything, ranging from the interior decoration to the feeling it gives off when one views it.
Interior decorator and heiress Fiona Barrat-Campbell and her husband, former Arsenal player, Sol Campbell, live in a luxurious nine-bedroom apartment with their three kids, and the house, which is called Hallington Hall, boasts of one of the best interior decorations.
Sol and Fiona bought the Grade-II listed Hallington Hall in Northumberland near Whittington when Sol briefly played with Newcastle from 2010 to 2011. The property seats on about 60 acres of formal grounds, grasslands, and woodlands.
Although they could not do much to the exteriors because of the house's architectural history, Fiona went all out in the interior space renovation. With an infusion of modern and traditional styles, the inner space of Hallington Hall is one to swoon over.
One of the most interesting parts of any home aside from the living area is the kitchen, as it is the most used part of the house. For the kitchen setting at Hallington Hall, a mix of toned marble colors and dark wood gives it an exotic look.
The kitchen has a large-sized refrigerating unit and wine holder alongside one of the walls. The floor tiles are stone marbles, which combine perfectly with the white countertop and dark oak cabinets.
The washing area is made up of bronze-colored sinks and taps. The prominent marbles facing the sink area are a perfect match to the tiles, which makes everything about the kitchen combine in perfect unison.
A section of the house contains blush pink velvet upholstery.
THE DINING AREA
The dining area of Hallington Hall also boasts of the best interior decorations as it is a picture of simplicity and class. In a post on Instagram, Fiona explained the design, saying:
"From the dining table - Adding warmth & color with oxidised copper wallpaper..."
According to Fiona, the tones of the dining area are to complement that of the kitchen, and although they do not have the exact matching colors, the contrast between them allows for the perfect blend.
THE LIVING AREA
The living area of the Campbells' residence is another exciting part of the house aside from the kitchen. This section of the house boasts of bold colors that fit suitably against the area's white background.
A circular chandelier stands prominent in the living area, but this does not take away from the antique accessories that go in line with the Georgian features Fiona was working with. The area also has an iconic backdrop for a striking grade two-listed interior.
Fiona also infused a blend of art into the decoration design. A section of the house contains blush pink velvet upholstery, plush silk wallpaper, fringe textured cushions, and an unexpected mosaic coin portrait of David Beckham.
Fiona, who recently celebrated her 40th birthday, married Sol in 2010, and as the heiress to the Barrat Home legacy, the wedding took place at the St. Andrews Church in the Northumberland village of Corbridge.