Suzette Sherman is an interior designer based in San Francisco who dabbles in all kinds of styles, from very highly traditional to contemporary minimalist. Here’s a sample of some of the spaces that piqued my interest.
Fantastic living room in the first three images. I just don't get that low little wall that blends in perfectly colour-wise with the floor. Seems like the perfect ankle-breaker when you have a lot of people over and the wine has flowed a tad. Leave it out altogether or make it higher.
I love the lampshade on the last picture. Any ideas on how to get it?
The sense of California comes across so strongly, in so many ways — updated hidalgo, cocktail-class mid-century, high-end surf-zen. That's my birthplace, alright. If nothing else worked (but it all does!) Sherman could live off being a master of color; the neutrals are beautifully balanced, and the strong, cool colors wrap in to continue the story. The apartment-sized open living area blows me away — it's perfect. Absolutely perfect. (Okay, I would have covered the fridge with matched paneling. Quibble, quibble.) Every space is unique and personal, but the designer's hand is clear. Lovely work.
Sorry, but you mean 'piqued my interest' not 'peaked'.
OOPS! Thanks Penny!
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