For former Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers, the decoration of her west London house has been a 30-year evolution, choosing and adjusting the elements of each room as she would her clothes – with a sense of colour, character and above all stylish comfort. As fashion icon Diana Vreeland famously wrote, ‘the eye has to travel’, and in Lucinda’s house, there are endless things to peer and marvel at. ‘I am a bit of a tart in that I really like anything,” she says. “I am as happy with two cheap cushions as I am with an expensive piece of art. I don’t care where something comes from, as long as it is life-enhancing.”