Susan Albright has been creating beautiful spaces since 1994. After a successful career on Wall Street, she decided to pursue her lifelong interest in interior design. Drawing on both her education in art history and her exposure to the great houses and museums of Europe and the United States, Susan undertook a major project in Westport, CT: the restoration and renovation of an 18th Century farmhouse built by one of the chaplains in George Washington's army. This project then led to other interesting projects in CT, Westchester County NY and New York City. Susan is known for her painterly color sense and her ability to create spaces that reflect the client's personal story while remaining true to the architectural style and place of the house. Her interior design work has been published in the book Suburban Renewal by Tom Connor.
In addition to interior design work, Susan began staging homes 10 years ago to help realtors and homeowners sell vacant properties faster and for more money. Also a licensed realtor in both CT and SC, Susan knows what buyers are looking for and is uniquely able to present homes that become irresistible to prospective buyers.
Susan discovered that her staging and interior design skills transfer to visual merchandizing and she is able to quickly transform the look of a showroom and increase its appeal. She loves creating interesting and impactful vignettes that tell a story and create an emotional connection with buyers.
A longtime resident of NYC and CT, Susan Albright moved her business to Pawleys Island, South Carolina in 2013 where she currently resides with her husband, Stu, who is an Anglican Vicar, daughter,Emmy, who is a junior at Boston College and their Jack Russell mix, Ryelee. With 5 children between them, what little free time they have is spent trying to keep up with their kids in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Pittsburgh and Winston-Salem.