Suzie McAdam Explains Why Her Living Room Is A Great Escape
Do you know how you might sometimes find yourself wandering around your favorite TV show or movie in your dreams?
I wonder if it was a bit like that for Suzie McAdam when she made the transition from watchingfrom her chic sofa to the other side of the lens.
“It was surreal,” agrees Suzie to participate in the RTÉ 2021 series alongside her new judge colleague, architect Amanda Bone.
“I was so blown away by it,” she says.
The idea of being “judge rather than judged” has certainly appealed, she adds, but Suzie’s own Instagram photos are a hit with her followers, including the producers of the hit series, which they attracted attention.
A bedroom has been sacrificed to introduce a remarkable staircase, with storage below.
Another favorite part of her house is her living room, with piano.
“I love collecting furniture and objects so this room is a showcase for all of these pieces. It’s not quite a museum, and we also have a more practical living room, but this room is an escape.
Practicalities have reigned supreme over the past year, as they have for everyone.
Having spent the past 12 months indoors, it is perhaps not surprising that just over half (51%) of those surveyed want to make changes to their garden and outdoor spaces. Almost two