The pandemic has brought a lot of things to our lives, some amazing and some not as great. Elizabeth Sutton decided that she was going to make the best out of this situation and went into overdrive with some of her biggest releases to date.

Elizabeth Sutton is a highly curated fine art and design firm. Team ESC’s goal is to foster positivity and good vibes through Sutton’s colourful artworks and products, things we all need this year. After a few months of quarantine, Elizabeth moved to Miami, looking for fresh ways to remain positive and strong and find new inspiration.

She displayed her fine art, a new collection of rugs and a custom mirror selfie in her new apartment, which she describes as “Literally a living museum” and makes her apartment feel fresh and calming. She hosts intimate salons and dinners where she shows her work in the space and so it can make authentic connections.

New this year she had her latest debut collaboration with Galaxy Glass & Stone, where clients can order the designs printed on any type of glass, such as shower walls, tabletops, and wall treatments. 

One of her most epic pieces is a bespoke pool table made in collaboration with Blatt Billiards. The one-of-a-kind piece is exuberantly wrapped in her art, with her signature “Buy Yourself Roses” as the felt tabletop, a hand-painted base and legs wrapped in custom-dyed Italian leather, cue balls printed with her trademark butterflies, and 24-karat rose gold hardware. It is equally a work of art and a fully functioning pool table—it took over 1,000 hours to make. 

She also expanded her own collection of fashion accessories and home goods such as her clutches, bags, straps, belts, and luggage tags makes for a stylish gift (for yourself or others). She debuted wallpaper collections, Drawer Pulls Butterfly in rose gold, gold and nickel, Napkin rings in Brass and Nickel, disposable placemats and rug designs in Bali with custom-dyed threads from the finest New Zealand wool: Rug Starburst, Rug Prism, Rug Plaid, Rug Butterfly and Rug Blue Rose. When it comes to designing and releasing new products a key element is concept testing and its one that Elizabeth has gotten down, creating supply based on the unique demand from her clients.

And Eden Rock St. Barth’s x ESC, which commissioned two of her limited-edition clutches for its boutique and my art is hung throughout the hotel and spa. 

Upcoming she has a partnership with Bari Lynn Accessories again for holiday 2020. The new series of girls’ luxury accessories will include headbands, pins, and playful fashion items. And available in 2021, she designed two collections of home office chairs with the Raynor Group. These comfortable and practical office solution chairs feature her fine art designs in a variety of colours that will work in any home office and show how art can be incorporated into any room at any level.