Sunday, March 22, 2015

Suzy Stout

Hey!  How are ya’ll?  There’s lots of pretty to see today.  I first ran across interior designer Suzy Stout’s home many years ago.   This is how her home appeared then.

Suzy chose vibrant coral to be used in her entry.  She used hits of green that are then repeated in her dining room.

Her pretty dining room with painted green top molding and green and white checkerboard floor.

Beautiful dining room!  Such a complete turn around from today’s non descript rooms.

Creamy white walls with floral curtains and rug.  There is a blue sofa to keep things from getting too warm visually.

The back of her home then.

Today beautiful wood floors with light green painted walls begin the description of her home.  What about those ceilings and beams!  The chandelier is beautiful.  The images below are from Hooked on Houses.

Beautifully decorated, it is airy and light while being cozy at the same time.

There is no formal dining room so the large entry doubles as a dining room when necessary.  That is a limestone floor!

Her white kitchen is painted with white walls now instead of the yellow.  Again, look at that ceiling!

Cozy seating by the fireplace.  Again the walls wear white now.

The dining area wears white as well now.

Look at those ceilings!

This room appears to have been yellow before being painted green.

Master bedroom with wood floors and fireplace is decorated with beautiful floral curtains and chairs.

For more photos and information, check the listing with Dawn McKenna of Coldwell Banker, Debra’s post at 5th and State, and Liederbach & Graham Architects.



  1. Lovely rooms....some of them make me think of Betsy Speert rooms. She does some lovely things as well.
    You are SOOOOO right about today's rooms being nondescript!! I am so tired of blah, blah, blah burlap, chippy sad, depressing looking rooms. Not for me...give me beauties like yours!!!!
    Thank you for lovely things to look at today!

    1. Thank you for your kind comments! I have been seeing signs that more color will be available again and I am so excited about it! I have seen beautiful dark rich colors for sofas and that's a really good sign. So I think things will be looking up as far as color goes, as I cross my fingers so as not to jinx that!!