House of Hackney takes the concept of British home wares and turns it on its head subverting traditional products with playful and irreverent prints and imagery to appeal to a new generation.
After a decade of bland minimalism and disposable furnishings House of Hackney is on a quest to take the beige out of interiors. Described as ‘Colefax and Fowler on acid’ the wallpaper, bed linen and furniture label is characterized by prints and products that are steeped in tradition but are bold and non -conformist.
T H E F O U N D A T I O N S
S U P P O R T I N G T R A D I T I O N A L I N D U S T R Y
The foundation stones of House of Hackney are built on supporting traditional industry. The products are made largely by traditional UK based specialist factories and to the highest standards of craftsmanship.
C O N S I D E R I N G T H E N E X T G E N E R A T I O N
We at House of Hackney believe that beautiful well crafted product should not cost the earth.We are conscious about treating our environment with respect and care so we can pass it on to the next generation. To this end House of Hackney offsets its carbon footprint by supporting the Woodland Trust in creating new native woodlands to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and creating new habitat to help wildlife adapt to climate change.
B E S P O K E C O M M I S S I O N S
We can help you with bespoke commissions if you would like a specific size or use a different fabric from our collections. Contact email@example.com
C O M M E R C I A L
For commercial commissions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
B Y A P P O I N T M E N T
For interest in larger furniture pieces House of Hackney welcomes you to come and see the pieces by appointment. Contact email@example.com
Javvy M Royle & Frieda Gormley of House of Hackney
HACKNEY ‘THE COOLEST PLACE ON EARTH’ (The Guardian)
House of Hackney resides in the heart of the creative hub of England that is London Fields / Dalston, Hackney, East London, United Kingdom. Steeped in Victorian history and architecture, the area is home to past and present design figureheads, Christopher Kane, Gareth Pugh, and Richard Nicholl and where Jimmy Choo first set up shop.
Hackney is a huge source of inspiration for international trend forecasters and designers. From worldwide press coverage on Hackney (and within that Dalston area), Hackney and Dalston have become synonymous with what’s on-trend internationally. Hackney has been put on the world map via style and fashion magazines and is the location for the 2012 Olympics.
We love Hackney.