Interior designer Suzanne Tucker found inspiration in Granada’s Alhambra palace for her exotic new Suzanne Tucker Home fabric Filigrana.
The San Francisco-based designer Suzanne Tucker has teamed up with Chesney’s, the leading British fireplace manufacturer, to create four timeless designs.
I am developing half a dozen new textiles for my Suzanne Tucker Home line, to be launched in the spring of 2016.
Summer’s chicest outdoor textiles take their cue from the deep blue sea.
The San Franciscan celebrates notable Californian sites with solution-dyed acrylics built to withstand the state’s famously alfresco lifestyle.
Del Mar, outdoor textile in Navy by Suzanne Tucker for Michael Taylor Designs.
Suzanne Tucker embodies California lifestyle in a new outdoor collection for Michael Taylor Designs.
The California Collection by Suzanne Tucker for Michael Taylor Designs brings the renowned San Franiciso-based decorator’s refined style to a sweeping array of outdoor fabrics.
Design maven Suzanne Tucker just launched the California Collection of outdoor textiles exclusively for Michael Taylor Designs.
The inaugural California Collection by Suzanne Tucker for Michael Taylor Designs embodies a casual design aesthetic with a broad range of easy-care outdoor solids, stripes, textures, and patterns.
Filigrana by Suzanne Tucker Home is inspired by the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain.
Over the past few years I’ve seen a huge uptick in beautiful designer outdoor fabrics. And these chic, yet durable fabrics are great for indoors too.
The inaugural collection of outdoor textiles, available at Michael Taylor Designs showrooms, embodies a chic and casual design aesthetic.
Michael Taylor Designs introduces Suzanne Tucker’s collection of outdoor fabrics.
Suzanne Tucker Home is introducing the Alhambra Collection in 12 showrooms across the USA.
Filigrana fabric by Suzanne Tucker Home, available at Shears & Window in San Francisco.
Suzanne Tucker Home’s Filigrana is inspired by stylized forms, calligraphy patterns and interlaced decorations from the Alhambra in Spain.
Described by Moorish poets as a “pearl set in emeralds” the Islamic Alhambra palace complex in Grenada, Spain has become designer Suzanne Tucker’s latest muse.
The newest chenille from Suzanne Tucker home is a more supple fabric with a soft and flowing feel, making it suitable for both drapery and upholstery. Onda takes its inspiration from light reflecting off pools of water in Spain.
Alcazaba, the oldest structure in the Alhambra, inspired the complex geometric weave and antiqued surface of this chenille.
I am putting the finishing touches on a brand new textile collection for Suzanne Tucker Home, to be launched later this fall.
The San Marco Collection by Suzanne Tucker Home for Royal Limoges.
As refreshing as a spring breeze and just as bracing is Corsica, a sun-kissed linen print that award-winning San Francisco-based designer Suzanne Tucker of Tucker & Marks has added to her namesake collection of textiles.
As refreshing as a spring breeze and just as bracing is Corsica, a sun-kissed linen print that award-winning San Francisco-based designer Suzanne Tucker has added to her namesake collection of textiles.
San Francisco-based interior designer Suzanne Tucker has introduced three new textile designs for this season – Chrsitophe, Corsica and St Tropez.
Suzanne Tucker addresses design professionals at Design San Francisco 2014.
The newest fabrics hot off the press for spring 2014 from Suzanne Tucker Home!
Featuring Jakarta cotton/linen in Toffee by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Featuring Hatley by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Featuring Hatley in Aqua by Suzanne Tucker Home.
The Boston Design Center’s Studio 534 has added another star in the firmament of its fabric offerings with the addition of the Suzanne Tucker Home textiles collection.
Textiles with texture get star treatment – Capril silk by Suzanne Tucker Home
Featuring Casablanca in Alabaster by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Corfu and Capri! These are the 2 newest additions to the Suzanne Tucker Home family.
Dering Hall’s Picks of the Week, featuring Serengeti by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Once again Suzanne Tucker has been inspired by her travels when designing the 2 newest additions to the Suzanne Tucker Home textile collection: Corfu and Capri.
In January 2010, she launched Suzanne Tucker Home, a fabric collection offering diverse colors and unique weave structures.
While she maintains her home base in San Francisco, Suzanne Tucker has chosen to headquarter her textile line Suzanne Tucker Home in Brooklyn.
The latest designs from Suzanne Tucker Home are two embroidered fabrics: Celestria and Samirah.
Bring dapper design to your home with menswear inspired prints: Sahara herringbone chenille by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Palette no. 5 features Olivier by Suzanne Tucker Home.
Interior designer Suzanne Tucker’s autumnal San Marco porcelain for Royal Limoges, perfect for any winter feast.
We are highlighting the luxurious velvets and soft plush textures in the Suzanne Tucker textile collection!
We are showcasing this beautiful fabric from Suzanne Tucker Home. Maharani is a mix of intertwining lilies and vines reinterpreted from an 18th century French textile.
A few weeks we ventured out to Brooklyn to meet with Allison Kettlewell, the textile designer responsible for the lovely Suzanne Tucker Home fabrics.
These brand new images from Suzanne Tucker Home highlight gorgeous neutral textiles. Neutrals are perfect to pair with other fabrics for any modern interior design projetc or to add to any traditional mix as well.
Suzanne Tucker, renowned interior designer of San Francisco’s Tucker & Marks, introduces a pair of new linens: Celestria and Samirah.
Suzanne Tucker, one-half of the San Francisco-based design firm Tucker & Marks and the founder of a line of decorative textiles that bears her name, sat down recently with Dering Hall to discuss her new fabrics, her inspiration and what’s next.
San Francisco designer Suzanne Tucker is considered the unofficial decor doyenne in the Bay Area. The latest designs for the two-year-old Suzanne Tucker Home textile collection show her skill with reinvigorating two things we’ve all seen before: embroidery and linen. The results are breathtaking.
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.
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.
Don’t you miss clotheslines with white sheets blowing in the breeze? I love this image from Suzanne Tucker Home whose fabrics are sold in Dallas by Allan Knight.
Our newest favorite fabric from Suzanne Tucker Home is… Nomad! We love this strie of velvet featuring a cut-and-loop pile. This fabric is plush and soft, with a texture and pattern in an intricate woven basket style.
This beautiful fabric is from Suzanne Tucker Home, one of the leading interior designers of today. Kiku is a very intricate design depicting staggered chrysanthemums and lotus roundels with interlocking arabesques on heavy linen.
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.
Marrakech by Suzanne Tucker Home.
San Francisco-based interior designer Suzanne Tucker, principal of Tucker & Marks, focused her peripatetic vision on Africa when designing Caravan, her latest Suzanne Tucker Home fabric collection.
For her Caravan Collection designer Suzanne Tucker looked toward Africa for inspiration.
Suzanne Tucker has an amazing eye and her fabrics are among my favorites (several samples are pinned to my inspiration board). I especially adore her most recent creations. The eight new designs of her Caravan Collection are softly evocative.
Suzanne Tucker is principal designer and president of the San Francisco interior design firm Tucker & Marks. Suzanne passionately believes that good design is about creating enduring style and beauty that enhances one’s life.
The work of Suzanne Tucker, one of San Francisco’s blue-chip decorators, embodies a certain strain of old-school reserve and elegance done expertly well. As a result her fabric line is a microcosm of sorts – a kind of anthropologie of persistent classical motifs including toile, animal prints and palms.
San Franciscan Suzanne Tucker studied textiles in college and confesses that designing her eponymous line, which launched in 2010, tapped into part of her creativity she had been missing since her student days. Tucker is an avid collector who always tries to layer in antique pieces to her interior projects.
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.
Our favorite linen prints from Suzanne Tucker Home! This print on linen is a modern interpretation of a 19th century French hand painted pattern. Carita is sophisticated with intricate details on fine linen. Colorway shown here is honey.
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.
Suzanne Tucker Home is currently being launched in Atlanta by Ainsworth Noah. This beautiful line of textiles features a range of luxurious damasks, jacquards, cotton prints, linen prints, silks, sheers, matelasses and velvets. The fabrics have an appeal for traditional as well as contemporary interiors.
Featuring Suzanne Tucker’s Peacock Toile fabric.
Through jewel tones and luxury weaves, Suzanne Tucker Home captures the elegance and elan of traditional fabrics from Europe. Shown: Piacevole.
The latest design collaborations and introductions from the state known for its modern take on all things classic.
A decorator weaves the stuff of reverie.
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.
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.
“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
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.”
Suzanne Tucker is an American design icon and after the pleasure of spending of spending time with her 2011, I consider her a friend. Suzanne has exquisite taste and a graceful spirit, not to mention an unbelievable portfolio and resume.