The bungalow is a reflection of Sutton herself: cosmopolitan, well-traveled and worldly, but most importantly, a genuine portrait of her personal style and love of fashion and the arts. Designed by Brittany Cason Johnston and realized by Garry Morris, the space is a nod to the Regency Modern period with hints of Art Deco sprinkled throughout. Bold and statement elements of contrasting black and white, gold metal accents, sculptural furnishings and a mix of textures complete the palette.
SUTTON features a custom Cherokee Rose pattern fabric and wall coverings by Mimi Couture in black and white as a subtle reference to her Southern roots, while exuding a timeless opulence. Gold metallic accents are carried in the space through furnishings, such as a show-stopping gold leaf quartz console table and lighting. These are perfectly complemented by blush velvet fabrics adorning windows, private dressing rooms and vintage furniture pieces, for a luxurious and elegant look and feel. An open space feels more like Sutton's chic pied-a-terre with a furnished dining area and a fireplace juxtaposed to the pocket kitchenette.