In with the old and new

Blending classic and contemporary design elements is a delicate art. However, to combine the two in harmony results in a curated, and lived-in interior, that imbues a sense of timelessness.

Acclaimed homewares store Suzie Anderson Home, in New South Wales, has perfected the unity of traditional charm with a streamlined, modern aesthetic using a range of Xavier furniture and decor, to create retail stores that immerse the senses.


“I have clients that keep coming back for Xavier products because of the quality & character they bring to a space, such as their stained range with rich colours that can fit with British Colonial style, Bahamas, or offer a more masculine look. They can enhance what they already have and they can blend with many styles.”


Across her three stores in Moss Vale and Bowral, owner Suzie Anderson is known to craft immersive store layouts that are thoughtfully designed to emulate the warmth of a real home.


As you wander through the carefully laid out rooms, you will find an array of Xavier furniture and décor, complemented by plush textures, layered lighting, authentic antiques, fresh greenery, and touches of lustre.


“Xavier has such a wide range of styles that it’s easy to incorporate a signature piece and blend it with furnishings the client already has. They fit into any setting and coordinate easily with different styles.”


With a love of history and travel, Suzie Anderson believes in sourcing furniture and homewares that harmonise character, luxury, and comfortability, and says Xavier offers the enduring charm that helps to create beautiful spaces with soul.


“Xavier is classic and timeless, with pieces that stand the test of time and never go out of style. You can see quality in Xavier, from the detail on the exposed cabinetry hardware & hinging, the design on the doors, the weight of the glass – there’s nothing like it. They’re pieces that could last for decades,” says Suzie.


“The paint finishes are expertly done with many layers showing the dedication that’s been put into the processes. You can see the attention to detail and love that’s been given to these pieces”.