Spotlight: Suzanne Tucker Home

It's all about RED

Suzanne Tucker Home offers an exquisite & complete selection of prints, patterns & solids in a variety of soft textures and coordinating hues that work well with a large variety of design vocabularies. The original designs are inspired by the award-winning designer’s passion for travel & collecting antique textiles. Produced at the finest mills around the world, they offer the best possible quality & craftsmanship. Special attention is paid to the finishing process, to enhance the sumptuous feel, suppleness and “hand” of each textile.

(Above) The designer Rachel Chudley transformed this London mews house into a stylish, art-filled home for a young family. Red coral pieces and sculptures brighten the living room. The vintage chest of drawers (at left) was outfitted with a sink and refrigerator and transformed into a bar cabinet. Photo by Simon Upton.

(Left) Fashion star-turned-interior designer Marie-Anne Oudejans lives in this opulent apartment in Jaipur, India. Photography by François Halard for Architectural Digest. (Right) A true hand-block fabric, Pom (shown here in the Coral colorway) is entirely printed by hand on a cotton/linen ground using Indian rosewood blocks artfully carved into Suzanne Tucker Home's signature pomegranate symbolizing abundance, good luck, rebirth and life.

When it came time to design her London townhouse, young globe-trotter Nina Flohr enlisted Veere Grenney to help her conjure domestic bliss. Love this cozy guest room!

The bookcases of this eye-catching Upper West Side library designed by Pappas Miron are painted in Benjamin Moore's Cottage Red, and the walls are a custom shade by specialty painter Kenneth Widener. Photo by David Land.

Background: Vanessa in Firebrick. Clockwise from top: Monique print in Cranberry, Jakarta ikat in Chili Pepper, Fantasie print in Vermillion, Corfu chenille in Coral, and Nomad velvet in Russet.

Occupying a 15th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal, the legendary Gritti Palace hotel has long been the preferred Venetian perch for international cultural royalty. Following an exquisite restoration by designer Chuck Chewning, the Gritti is rejuvintated—and more luxurious than ever.

(Left) An unforgettable exhibit: "Infinite Variety - Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts" show presented by the American Folk Art Museum at the Park Avenue Armory on March 30, 2011 in New York City. (Right) A look inside the Yorkshire home of vintage fabrics expert Angela Wardale. Photo by Dave Burton.

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