Design consultant Suzy Hoodless started out in the magazine business, not unlike fellow Briton, Ilse Crawford. After a few years at Designer’s Guild and then House & Garden, she become the Interiors Editor at Wallpaper* magazine from it’s inception. Since 2000 she has been running her design consultancy out of her West London studio and has taken on some pretty amazing projects. Here are a few pics from her portfolio that really grabbed my attention.
Love this colour combination…quite unusual, but I think it works.
The spindly legs of the Frits Henningsen chair look amazing in this architectural space.
A very cosy looking restaurant, also in West London.
A subtle mix of styles and eras here. I am a bit of a fan of chesterfields, when they’re done right, and I think it looks great in this textural space against the Curtis Jere-looking sculpture.
A little bit of red for a pop…
A cozy looking room…perfect place to sit by the fire with a book and a glass of red on a winter’s day!
yep, I’m with you guys on the huge ottoman, its fab. I’d love one – if only I had the space to fit it!
I love the Huge tufted ottoman and the silver octagonal thingy. 🙂 Don’t know what it’s called but it’s cool.
That first room is gorgeous, simple, elegant and unusual, all at once.
This collection is amazing! I especially looove the red lamp.
I love the huge ottoman in the first photograph.
absolutely love the black chair and foot stool….very unique style,
Suzy is fantastic, and such a great sense of style. I admire HER WORK.
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Huh! Thanks Christian! 😉
Actually, the wallpaper is all down. This weekend we are cleaning and prepping walls. Yikes! I just want to get to the fun part, painting!
Thanks Abbey, glad you like!
shouldn’t you be pulling down wallpaper, though?
I love that office and restaurant! Thanks for sharing!