When it comes to simplistic Scandinavian inspiration – Suzanne is our go-to woman. Just take a look at her Instagram (@myfabulousdesign) and you will be lusting over everything!
We were delighted to invite Suzanne, creator of My Fabulous Design to share insights into her design inspo and day to day life in Sydney.
How would you describe your style?
My decorating stye is a ever-changing combination of Scandi-inspired, monochrome and minimalist design with the odd vintage piece – but always, always, with a pop of colour!
Where do you look to for your inspiration?
My main inspiration sources are Pinterest (I could spend hours scrolling through!) and magazines (such as Cereal, Real Living, Fete and Inside Out). For blogs I love following The Design Chaser, The Design Files and The Stylist Splash.
What are your top three possessions in your home?
My top three would have to be my Bernabeifreedman light shade, my vintage sideboard that I have painted white and my vintage timber rocking horse from when I was a child!
What is your next must-have purchase for your home?
I am currently wanting to re-do my kitchen and the floorboards in my home, so they are definitely top of the list! I’d also love to add a new rug to my lounge room.
We know you love your Moroccan Pouf’s! What are your top tips for styling them?
Moroccan Poufs are a fabulous addition to any home. They can be moved around anywhere in the house – it is one of my most versatile pieces! I also like to use them as makeshift tables and spaces to sit. They look great anywhere and I currently have a black and white throw on top of my white Moroccan Pouf in my living room, which looks fab! They are a style piece on their own.
“When I’m not blogging I’m…..”
My day-to-day job is a stay at home mum! I also keep busy as a freelance stylist and creative consultant, as well as blogging and Instagramming at @myfabulousdesign.
Favourite places in Sydney?
There are too many to list! Cafe wise I love Bread and Circus, The Boathouse and Porch and Parlour. For shopping, I usually head to Koskela, IKEA, Cult Design and The Minimalist. For children clothes and homewares, I love browsing through My Messy Room. When I want to relax, my go-to’s are Icebergs Terrace at Bondi, or Fish and Chips at Watson’s Bay.