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Sue Jones

ABOUT SUE JONES

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At 18 Sue went to work at Colefax and Fowler, which involved both visiting and working on many of the most beautiful houses in England. It was during this time that she developed not only an interest in interiors but the confidence to invent her own interior style. Sue has always loved travelling, it provides her with inspiration and she adores discovering new things, as well as unusual ways in which to use them (such as turning vases into lamps). She spends her time between her houses in Gloucestershire and London, both of which are filled with objects that she and her husband have found around the world (sometimes in the most unexpected places), as well as her favourite OKA pieces.

STYLE

Sue is innately stylish, with an incredible eye for design and a gift for putting together schemes with a creative twist. Her talents extend from designing individual pieces to pulling together an entire house. She is naturally more at home with period architecture but she still thoroughly enjoys creating a modern more minimalist atmosphere. She loves the dramatic and combining different themes and patterns. In her spare time, she has turned her hand to events (including family weddings), transforming simple spaces into something spectacular, often using OKA accessories and mountains of faux flowers.

 

LIFE BEFORE OKA

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After Colefax and Fowler, Sue worked with Jasper Conran, who became a major influence. She spent ten years working with the master of colour and creativity – his unique style came through in everything he touched (not just clothing) and he taught her to always strive for the best.

 

FOUNDERS' KEEPERS

Sue adores a challenge, and the pieces that are particularly arduous to create give her the most satisfaction. The faux shagreen collection is particularly loved by Sue, not just for its exquisite beauty but also for the exceptional craftsmanship that went into its making. It took several years to develop a beautiful yet sustainable way to create the shagreen effect, but without a huge price tag and negative environmental consequences. The end result is so attractive and unique that Sue has many of the OKA faux shagreen pieces in her own home.
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Sue Jones

ABOUT SUE JONES

Sue Jones Headshot
At 18 Sue went to work at Colefax and Fowler, which involved both visiting and working on many of the most beautiful houses in England. It was during this time that she developed not only an interest in interiors but the confidence to invent her own interior style. Sue has always loved travelling, it provides her with inspiration and she adores discovering new things, as well as unusual ways in which to use them (such as turning vases into lamps). She spends her time between her houses in Gloucestershire and London, both of which are filled with objects that she and her husband have found around the world (sometimes in the most unexpected places), as well as her favourite OKA pieces.

STYLE

Sue is innately stylish, with an incredible eye for design and a gift for putting together schemes with a creative twist. Her talents extend from designing individual pieces to pulling together an entire house. She is naturally more at home with period architecture but she still thoroughly enjoys creating a modern more minimalist atmosphere. She loves the dramatic and combining different themes and patterns. In her spare time, she has turned her hand to events (including family weddings), transforming simple spaces into something spectacular, often using OKA accessories and mountains of faux flowers.
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LIFE BEFORE OKA

Sue Jones History
After Colefax and Fowler, Sue worked with Jasper Conran, who became a major influence. She spent ten years working with the master of colour and creativity – his unique style came through in everything he touched (not just clothing) and he taught her to always strive for the best.

FOUNDERS' KEEPERS

Sue adores a challenge, and the pieces that are particularly arduous to create give her the most satisfaction. The faux shagreen collection is particularly loved by Sue, not just for its exquisite beauty but also for the exceptional craftsmanship that went into its making. It took several years to develop a beautiful yet sustainable way to create the shagreen effect, but without a huge price tag and negative environmental consequences. The end result is so attractive and unique that Sue has many of the OKA faux shagreen pieces in her own home.
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ABOUT SUE JONES

At 18 Sue went to work at Colefax and Fowler, which involved both visiting and working on many of the most beautiful houses in England. It was during this time that she developed not only an interest in interiors but the confidence to invent her own interior style. Sue has always loved travelling, it provides her with inspiration and she adores discovering new things, as well as unusual ways in which to use them (such as turning vases into lamps). She spends her time between her houses in Gloucestershire and London, both of which are filled with objects that she and her husband have found around the world (sometimes in the most unexpected places), as well as her favourite OKA pieces.
Sue Jones Headshot

STYLE

Sue is innately stylish, with an incredible eye for design and a gift for putting together schemes with a creative twist. Her talents extend from designing individual pieces to pulling together an entire house. She is naturally more at home with period architecture but she still thoroughly enjoys creating a modern more minimalist atmosphere. She loves the dramatic and combining different themes and patterns. In her spare time, she has turned her hand to events (including family weddings), transforming simple spaces into something spectacular, often using OKA accessories and mountains of faux flowers.
Sue Jones Box 1
Sue Jones Box 2
Sue Jones Box 3

LIFE BEFORE OKA

Annabel Astor History
After Colefax and Fowler, Sue worked with Jasper Conran, who became a major influence. She spent ten years working with the master of colour and creativity – his unique style came through in everything he touched (not just clothing) and he taught her to always strive for the best.

FOUNDERS' KEEPERS

Sue adores a challenge, and the pieces that are particularly arduous to create give her the most satisfaction. The faux shagreen collection is particularly loved by Sue, not just for its exquisite beauty but also for the exceptional craftsmanship that went into its making. It took several years to develop a beautiful yet sustainable way to create the shagreen effect, but without a huge price tag and negative environmental consequences. The end result is so attractive and unique that Sue has many of the OKA faux shagreen pieces in her own home.
Read about Sue Jones