Sister Parish Today
Susan Crater is the Chief Executive Officer of Sister Parish Design.
As the granddaughter of Sister Parish, Susan is dedicated to growing her family company to be what her grandmother intended it to be. Mrs. Parish was a brilliant businesswoman and interior designer, who believed in the power of home. She balanced her commitment to business with a creative flair that set her apart from other designers of the period. Her interior design firm Parish Hadley's design ethos was to make their clients feel special, taken care of, and surrounded by unique beauty.
At Sister Parish, Susan and her daughter Eliza believe in fostering a workplace that is rooted in these past principles as well as being focused on a future all its own. Susan and her team are motivated every day to be role models, inspiration, and resources for authentic, joyful, and sustainable American interior design. This sense of purpose is rooted in a list of values and core beliefs that Susan and her family are committed to.
Sister Parish Design believes in the growth of its employees and over the long term, the organization. Customers are to be treated like close friends and the team takes pride in their privilege to make their client's dreams a reality.
Susan and her team are dedicated to producing the highest quality product as well as utilizing local craftsmanship and services at all times. The Sister Parish collection of fabric, wallcovering, and lifestyle products are famously authentic, unique, and most of all, an inspiration for the creatives that the company serves.
Sister Parish: uniqueness made for you.