H O U S E O F H A C K N E Y
A B O U T U S
House of Hackney was founded in London in 2010 by husband- and -wife team Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley. Originally founded as an interiors label, the founder’s quest was ‘to take the beige out of interiors’ with an emphasis on quality, design and Made in England.
After a decade of bland minimalism the brand captured the zeitgeist with its collections of British-made collection of prints and products that are steeped in tradition but are bold and subversive for a truly modern statement.
Today , House of Hackney has evolved into a successful British-made brand incorporating interiors, fashion and lifestyle divisions. House of Hackney has achieved cult status amongst its loyal customer-base of tastemakers , celebrities and interior designers and has become the British brand to go to for its iconic printed collections.
With an aesthetic influenced by English heritage, albeit with a thoroughly modern interpretation, it was paramount to the founder’s vision that British-made materials and manufacturing would be used, keeping production close to home and supporting small traditional industries and creating local employment.
House of Hackney ships directly to the customer worldwide and its interiors and fashion collections are stocked in 65 partner stores worldwide. Please see our stockist page for more information.
House of Hackney now offers two store locations in situated in Central and East London. The House of Hackney Flagship store is located in vibrant Shoreditch , a short 10 minutes walk from London’s Liverpool Street Station. Housed in a spectacular 2000sq foot townhouse the brand’s iconic interiors, fashion and accessories products are available for the first time under one roof in the award-winning store.
The brand now has a Central London location with a 750-ft2 store –in –store in the exclusive department store Liberty London. Centrally located behind Oxford Circus the House of Hackney concession offers an edit of the ‘Best Of‘ House of Hackney across all products.