Todd Yoggy is a preeminent interior designer based in Los Angeles, and with residential and commercial clients all over the country. He has owned his own interior design firm for more than 15 years and currently manages a design team at Todd Yoggy Designs. He is known for his distinctive style having decorated everything from a 38,000 square foot English country estate to an 80 foot luxury yacht cruiser. Yoggy proposed and designed the first home collection for Tommy Hilfiger. His work has been featured in Southern Accents, Veranda and a host of other national and international publications as well as books.
Yoggy has worked with Christie’s, Sotherby’s, Woodward Grosvenor, Holland & Sherry, Maharam, and Stark among other renown vendors to get the best results for his clients. Consideration for architecture is foremost in all of Yoggy’s designs. He has worked with notable architects all over the country including an Allan Greenberg Greenwich residence. Yoggy has a strong appreciation for fashion and the arts and has always lived in historic homes by world-renowned architects including Duncan Lee and William Noland. He was the interior designer for Douglas Southall Freeman’s former home, Westbourne, and later bought and restored it for his own. Yoggy is actively involved in the Virginia Musuem of Fine Arts, the Valentine Museum and Richmond SPCA. He is an avid runner and collects photography.