Creams, Browns, and Blues à la Susan Ferrier

For this showhouse, Susan Ferrier (of the amazing McAlpine Booth & Ferrier) was given a residence with white walls. Wanting to focus more on the furniture and window treatments, Ferrier installed huge custom art pieces that spanned the width of a wall and brought the viewers attention forward, onto the furniture. I love when a showhouse doesn’t look like it’s trying to sell a designer’s work or a showrooms products, but looks as though you could move right in.

Those chairs look like the abominable snow man!

What an amazing rug and attention to detail on the chair skirt.

horse print | velvet sofa | slipper chair | peacock fan | floor lamps | pedestal table

I’m not a fan of taxidermy so let’s hope Susan didn’t use a real one and swap that peacock for a comical peacock fan!


One response to “Creams, Browns, and Blues à la Susan Ferrier

  1. I love that first elephant! The large scale art makes for such a good look, and the details are amazing. tks for posting these inspiring photos.

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