Susan Bott, Owner and Head Designer of Room Tonic
Susan Bott has returned home to the North Shore after 25 years in Manhattan. Her designs have been featured in The New York Times, HGTV, Streeteasy, and she was Ty Pennington's design coordinator for The Food Network's 'American Diner Revival'. In September of 2019, she opened Room Tonic in Marblehead and introduced her colorful aesthetic while curating unique and timeless collections of furniture, lighting, and home decor. Room Tonic has since won several Readers' Choice Awards and is one of only fifty independent retailers across the country to be recognized by Home Accents Today as a Top Retail Star in their annual 2021 'Retail Stars' awards.
Room Tonic features a collection of vibrant and colorful high-end furnishings and home décor. At Room Tonic, you will find custom made Chinese Chippendale faux bamboo furniture pieces including rattan chairs, chests, case goods, and furnishings for every room in your home.
You will also find luxury outdoor bar, dining, and lounge patio furnishings.
We carry a wide range of Asian inspired lamps and light fixtures, mirrors, and rugs. All of which fit interiors embracing styles of Chinoiserie Chic, Hollywood Regency, and Palm Beach Regency.
We’ve curated a collection of delightful treasures in the form of Asian art and antiques, estate sale and auction finds, and fun vintage accents and accessories. We carry unique and rare pieces that are not found anywhere on Boston’s North Shore and we also carry antique and reproduction pieces that are quintessentially Marblehead.
Ethically conscious, we carry various lines of products that give a portion of their proceeds to the Special Olympics, The Clean Water Fund, and to suicide prevention in their effort to give back to charity and our community.
We offer consultation on home design, as well as Elemental Space Clearing services. We also provide elemental space clearing kits, instructions, and smudging tools for the homeowner. .
Visit us online, or at our shop at 22B Atlantic Avenue in Marblehead, MA.