Patrick Sutton

Posted on Mon, 24 May 2010 by midcenturyjo

Whether tailored and luxurious with sensuous leathers and rich woods and just a touch of refined masculinity or light and casually refined in that summer on the coast way, designer Patrick Sutton isn’t easily pigeonholed. Unless you call contemporary elegance with just enough luxe a pigeonhole. His work is at once glamorous as well as stylishly and deceptively simple. It’s romance and travel, luxury and layering. Life would be lovely in any of these rooms. As an aside I have a major design crush on the pink Murano chandelier married with those pink silk drapes. Love.

P.S. There’s a store too… oh my a very dangerous store. 






RLG says:

Wow. I’m not sure I’d call it elegance, only b/c I think the spaces are much more approachable. Livable spaces. Gorgeous. I’d think I’d have to bow down every time before I got into that tub! LOL Great post! xoxo

Can I have the bathroom please? Oh, and the navy blue and white master bedroom, please?

Bev65 says:

LOVE the first photo. What is it about a rustic table paired with more refined chairs? It is such a great juxtaposition.

Patrick says:

Thank you Jo for your kind words and insights. I am so honored to be included in your wonderful blog!

that gallery wall is to die for!

Tanya says:

Wow I love this style and his tastes. It is like every angle of the room is photo worthy, every piece, texture. I love the comfy chairs around the dining table.

Tonya says:

I love this designer, thanks for posting these. I am going to search for more of his designs. I recommend your blog as a "must read" to everyone I know.

Sheylavee says:

Love this look, I love mixing contemporary with rustic pieces and finer antiques. And that entry way with the yellow provencal jars would go perfect in my house. I have an entry that I have yet to do anything with and cannot seem to find the right size table.

Thanks for sharing this. Love this designer and your site!!

loolah says:

Ditto the first comment about D to I. My blog list has grown to epic (and unmanageable) proportions. D to I was one of the first I ever looked at and it is still consistently the best.

And ditto the crush on the pink curtains – there would be something inexplicably joyful having them at the edge of a room, and coming across them unexpectedly all the time. Pink as a colour seems to be getting a lot of attention recently. It’s probably the ONLY colour I’d feel too scared to use indoors (I do have a hot pink wall in my garden), and yet it always gives me a little fillip of pleasure every time I see it.

emilybentley12 says:

Wow!! This is so Lovely!! I have no words to say about it, I just can say that It looks very Elegant! Thanks for sharing this lovely Gallary!

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