Featuring Jakarta cotton/linen in Toffee by Suzanne Tucker Home
Featuring Hatley in Aqua by Suzanne Tucker Home
Featuring Hatley by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Textiles with texture get star treatment - Capril silk by Suzanne Tucker Home
Bring dapper design to your home with menswear inspired prints: Sahara herringbone chenille by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Take your kitchen and baths to the next level with product voted most likely to succeed:
San Marco Collection, Suzanne Tucker Home for Royal Limoges. From $45.
Informed by the raucous markets, sweeping plains, and glittering deserts of Africa, interior designer Suzanne Tucker's latest textile journal, the Caravan collection, speaks volumes.
The Dallas interior design community flocked to Allan Knight and Associates to see the newest textiles from Suzanne Tucker Home and to meet the designer herself.
"In the showrooms"
For her Caravan Collection designer Suzanne Tucker looked toward Africa for inspiration.
Designer Suzanne Tucker and Architect Eric Miller combine Old World Elegance with California's New World Scale in this Carmel Valley stone and stucco home.
Intriguing architecture gave Suzanne Tucker a head start on this appealing dining room.
Last November marked the debut of the first ELLE DECOR Showhouse in St. Francis Wood, a historic but little-known neighborhood on the outskirts of San Francisco.
Featuring Suzanne Tucker's Peacock Toile fabric
A decorator weaves the stuff of reverie
The latest design collaborations and introductions from the state known for its modern take on all things classic
Casual or dressy for coffee or cocktails ... that's Suzanne Tucker's idea of a living room. She maps it out for us using her new fabric collection.
"It's just so incredible when you sit on a chair or a bed with this fabric, and that's what I love about her designs" - Kirk Phillips
Gentry Design caught up with Tucker in Paris in January where she was hosting book signings for her spectacular new shelter book Rooms to Remember.
Suzanne Tucker is well known for her classic interiors that incorporate antiques, rich hues and fabrics. Now she's launched her own textile collection.
"When she found a beautiful foliate patterned silk, she decided to name it Aurora after La Belle au Bois dormant or the Beauty in the Sleeping Forest."
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