This beautiful house belongs to designer Faye Toogood, who creates installations for fashion houses. She lives in late-Georgian London house, that she shares with her husband and young daughter. Its small rooms are filled with things antique and modern, fine and flea market, pristine and mended.
The front sitting room of Toogood’s London house contains a pair of 1950s Italian chairs, vintage Swedish lights above the fireplace and a vase by Hilda Hellstrom on the Element coffee table, designed by Toogood. A 19th-century sofa paired with a 1950s marble Italian table in the back sitting room.
The Madea dining chairs by Vittorio Nobili are from the 1950s.
Oversize wooden coat hooks are used as handles for the kitchen’s Ikea cabinets.
The garden, which was designed with Paul Gazerwitz of del Buono Gazerwitz, frames Toogood’s Spade chairs in cast aluminum and Concrete Bowl.