The Turkish rug is part of the COLVILLE collection. Its design reflects the fiery tones that dominate Chambers' home. Visiting Lucinda Chambers at home feels like being taken into her confidence. The interior of her handsome Edwardian house in west London, where she has lived for more than 30 years, has evolved slowly. Here, in the layers of color and pattern, textiles and photographs, is the same eclectic, impulsive style with which Chambers made her name as the fashion director of British Vogue. It’s also where, after she was let go from Vogue in 2017 and thought her career This story is from Kinfolk Issue Forty Buy Now Related Stories Interiors Issue 43 Home Tour: Rose Uniacke An elegant palazzo—in Pimlico. Fashion Issue 43 Mind Games Cerebral fashion, from the deepest folds of the cortex. Fashion Issue 43 Rejina Pyo On making clothes for a street side catwalk. Fashion Issue 42 Off Grid Pack a bag. Pitch a tent. Find a slice of nature to call your own. Fashion Issue 42 Rawdah Mohamed Fashion's new gatekeeper invites everyone inside. Design Interiors Issue 41 Home Tour: Patricia Reid Baquero Cloistered behind ancient walls and crammed with a catalog of curios, an interior designer’s Santo Domingo home is an autobiography writ from ruins.