It's no surprise that designer Sheridan French's Texas home is infused with the same layered prints, exuberant colors, and exotic influences that her collections are synonymous with. After spending years as a student and model in Europe, Sheridan landed a job at 's London Press Office but continued to create her own collections on the side. It wasn't until Sheridan returned to her hometown of Fort Worth, TX, to raise a family that her lifelong dream of developing her own label, Sheridan French, came to fruition.
'Never do this, never do that,' and then sure enough, you come across a room where leopard and tartan are combined beautifully with some chevron thrown in that just works. So never say never! I think everything can go with everything if you put the right spin on it. Perhaps not trying too hard is key.
As a line previously dedicated to fashion – think shift dresses, tunics, and shorts with a luxury resort twist – Sheridan French now carries equally exquisitehome goods. We asked the Southern style maven to let us peek into her vibrantly decorated home to get a sense of how she melds fashion and interior design, both professionally and personally.
For the full interview with Sheridan and CasaSugar, check out the post here.
A beautiful house, right? I love her unique style and the way she's added those exotic, worldly pieces to her design. The global influences that she's brought into her home are so aesthetically pleasing. I love the way she threw in bright, fun colors into her home. In one room, you see a bust of an animal on the all and in another you see orange patent leather chairs. I think my favorite room in the tour was the kitchen. Wow, is all I have to say about that. The ghost chairs around that natural wooden table - big thumbs up. She has a successful balance between classic, vintage, old-world and girly, chic, and contemporary. I don't know how, but it just works. Very adventurous and bold. I'm in lust with his home! What did you think?