Suki poses on a charming upholstered stool.
Suki Waterhouse is constantly traveling for fashion campaigns, film shoots, and concert tours, so she wanted her West London flat to truly feel like a home. The English multihyphenate added warmth to the historic apartment, which she purchased for its huge windows and natural light, with a deep green Devol kitchen and rare reclaimed floorboards. She then enlisted designer Izzy Hamilton-Fairley of IHF Interiors to furnish the place with vintage treasures and patterned textiles.
On the open-plan top level of the duplex, the women opted for a classic midcentury look. The orange, purple, and charcoal palette was informed by a geometric area rug Suki already owned. Izzy managed to find a floral Penny Morrison fabric in the same exact hues, which she used to craft curtains and throw pillows. She completed the living area with a set of vintage cowhide seats, two linen Theodore armchairs from Soho Home, and a custom bouclé sofa.
Izzy used Suki’s orange, purple, and charcoal rug as inspiration for the color palette on the main level.
“I was intent on having a ginormous, deep sofa made for the living room,” Suki shares. “And although it isn’t the most practical—we had to crane it in through the window because it wouldn’t fit up the stairs—it is the perfect couch for sinking into and great for movie nights.”
An oval-shaped travertine dining table provides an opportunity to entertain.