Susan Bryson Interior Design
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Susan Bryson is passionate about creating beautiful design. Susan’s signature style combines elegance with a modern sensibility while staying true to classic design principles. Susan draws global inspiration from her cosmopolitan background as a fashion model and extensive world travel. Susan’s interiors have a sophisticated and chic aesthetic with a timeless quality. She likes to mix elements to create dramatic tension and add layers with art, colour and a variety of textures.

Susan has a BA from the University of Toronto and studied Interior Design at Algonquin College in Ottawa. Susan studied visual art at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Avenue Road Art, and the Ottawa School of Art.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Bathroom Design, Color Consulting, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Blinds & Shades, Custom Bookcases, Custom Built-ins, Custom Cabinets, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Custom Shelving, Floor Plans, Kids Bedroom Design, Nursery Design, Space Planning

Areas Served
Barrhaven, Kanata, Nepean, Ottawa, Rockcliffe Park, Uplands, Westboro

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz 2015 and 2016Featured in Ottawa at Home
Contact: Susan Bryson
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
License Number: 220412746
Typical Job Costs: $10,000 - 150,000
Commented: Storage flanking the fireplace Yes, these shelving units were custom designed for this space.
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Commented: Wondering where the chandelier is from? The chandelier is designed by Gino Sarfatti for Flos. It is available either Chrome-plated or gilded. Model #2097-30/50.
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Commented: Where are the table and chairs from? The table is Bermex and it was purchased at MYHome. The chairs are also by Bermex and are from Suede Interiors. All Canadian made.
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Commented: what is the name of colour on the wall? merci The wall colour is Benjamin Moore Ranchwood, CC-500. Thank you for your inquiry!
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Commented: Backsplash Hi Steven, This backsplash is a honed slab of Calacatta Marble. In the photo, the right side is getting a lot of light from the under-mount pot lights which is giving the effect that the veining ends....
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