STUDIO TULLIA is a company dedicated to working with artists and artisans to create extraordinary objects of a domestic nature. We are makers and collectors. We celebrate handmade goods, art and crafting, in both contemporary and historical contexts. STUDIO TULLIA products are designed and produced in Portland, OR; proudly handcrafted in the USA.

Studio Tullia products are available through interior designers and specialty retailers throughout the United States, as well as the company’s recently relaunched website www.studiotullia.com

About Suzanne

I have always been passionate about interior design and art. Originally from the East coast, my lifelong pursuit of fulfilling work in the arts and later interior design has allowed me to travel and experience life in many cities in the US and abroad. Florence, Italy, Cambridge, England, New Hampshire, Boston, Washington, DC, Charlotte, NC, Santa Fe , San Francisco and finally, Portland, OR. I have worked for some great art institutions and interior designers over the years including Washington Project for the Arts, DC Commission on the Arts, Jane Antonacci & Assoc., Randolph & Hein, Tucker & Marks, Joan Osburn and Williams Sonoma Home.

I established FORTESCUE DESIGN in 1990, and have worked with clients in creating comfortable, timeless and original interiors with particular interest in colorful paint, textiles, art and antique filled projects. I specialize in clients who are collectors, as am I, forever on the hunt for handmade, beautifully detailed and extraordinary objects.

I met my husband in San Francisco and later moved to Portland, OR in 2005, where we have settled down with the serious business of raising our beloved twins, Charlotte and Arthur. As a wife and mother, in the early years of child rearing, I kept my passion for design and collecting alive by moonlight blogging and selling off vintage art and house wares through my online store STUDIO TULLIA.

Since 2010, our 100 year old house in SE Portland has been the home base for an ever growing STUDIO TULLIA.