By Mayer Rus forArchitectural Digest.
TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie and his wife, Heather, at home in Topanga, California, with their goldendoodles, Gypsy and Buddha. The residence was renovated and decorated by the design studio Hammer and Spear.
An RH sofa and oversize lounge chair join a vintage Philip and Kelvin LaVerne cocktail table in the living room; the fireplace-surround tiles are from Country Floors.
Campion Walker Landscapes created a terrace of wildflowers and ornamental grasses.
The entrance hall is illuminated by a Jason Koharik pendant light; the stained-glass window is by Colin Adrian Glass, the trunk is vintage Louis Vuitton, and the flooring is reclaimed wood from the Coney Island boardwalk.
The kitchen is equipped with a Lacanche range, brass countertops by Hammer and Spear, and drawer pulls by Rocky Mountain Hardware.
Blake's office is furnished with an antique cot from Rewire, a desk purchased in Bali, and a vintage campaign chair from JF Chen.
In the den, a Nick Brandt photograph hangs above a custom-made Stephen Kenn sectional sofa upholstered in a vintage military fabric; the cocktail table, inlaid with mother-of-pearl, is from JF Chen, and the 1930s kilim in the foreground is from Woven Accents.
Hammer and Spear collaborated with PSS Design Cult to devise an arklike storage unit for the Mycoskies' son, Summit; the crib is by RH Baby & Child.
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