Love TOMS? You're Going to Love the Founder's House Even More

When you think of TOMS, you probably think of a casual yet sophisticated look. That's why it's no surprise that Blake Mycoskie, founder of the footwear company, has a home that exudes the same vibe — rustic, cool, sophisticated. Blake and his wife, Heather, recently caught up with Architectural Digest to talk all things home, business, and baby (they share a home with their infant son, Summit!).

The SoCal house was under demolition when the couple bought it, so they set out to design a new home the way they wanted. One thing that's important to them? Making their mantra visible in their home. The family has a "mission statement" hanging near the entry of the house, and it reads, "To live courageous lives, with grace and moderation." They also displayed their core values, which include, "Put family first," "be present," and "give generously."

Visit Architectural Digest to read the full story, and scroll through to get a sneak peek of the family's gorgeous home. Spoiler: the baby's nursery is too cute for words!

The living room has it all: beamed ceilings, a unique fireplace, and so much natural light streaming in. And those layered rugs!

The den boasts even more extraordinary details, like the Nick Brandt photograph hanging above the custom-made sectional sofa. The couch is even upholstered in vintage military fabric.

See, the nursery is awesome, right?! Incorporating animals into a baby's nursery is a common theme, but this handmade, ark-like storage unit takes baby Summit's room to a whole new level.