Susan Ferrier is a very well recognized Interior Designer who was born in New York and later moved to the South where in 2000 she partnered up with Bobby McAlpine and Ray Booth to form the very praiseworthy McAlpine, Booth and Ferrier. In 2005 she founded the firm’s Atlanta Design Studio. Susan’s interiors are grounded in the classics with a good dose of comfort and glam and they have been recognized by many prestigious publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Atlanta Homes and Veranda. The latter one featured Susan’s own home in 2015, describing it as “an atmosphere of intrigue and wonder”. I love how Ferrier can effortlessly make a grand space feel comfortable and inviting. One of her source of inspirations is her many travels and she describes her work as “Romantic and Sensual, my interiors are layered and curated with diverse textures and shimmering accents. A house is not simply visual, it should evoke a feeling”. Susan co-authored the book, Art of the House, published by Rizzoli.
images via McAlpine and Veranda.