I’ve always been interested in everything home. Ever since I used to play afternoon tea with my mom’s real china (true story), I loved the ritual of sharing a meal and all the amazing things that happen around the dinner table. I created the brand to bring more personality to your life through quality, meaningful pieces for your home.
Your home should be a source of comfort and inspiration. I’ve been fortunate enough to live in more than a few places, from my hometown Venezuela, to New York and now London; and I’m truly convinced that you bring home with you wherever you go. Whether eating alone in front of the TV or entertaining loved ones in a perfectly decorated table, the pieces we choose to surround ourselves with, speak about who we are and what we believe in.
In 2016, I launched Grace Souky as an answer to unethical, anonymous, low-quality products, meant to last only for a season. We all want products that are sustainable, meaningful and special, pieces we’ll cherish and keep. We create forever pieces for everyday life.
Portrait by Morten Odding (2016)
Designed to last
We believe in quality and strive to create forever pieces that are timeless. We use high-end materials and great craftmanship with constant attention to details.
We work with factories and suppliers that share our values and treat the environment and their workers fairly. We are animal lovers and don’t use any animal materials in our products.
We are a mission-led brand with a commitment to helping people. Our products are not only good but DO good. We partnered with LATAM Freedom & Development Foundation, a Latin American charity focusing on education and leadership programs in Venezuela. Through their initiative Alimenta Venezuela (Feed Venezuela) they give meals to over 1,460 kids daily.
For more information on our charity partners and the amazing work they do, visit their website and social media on the links below:
Grace Souky is a Venezuelan born, London based product and furniture designer.
She completed her Master’s degree in Industrial Design at the prestigious Pratt Institute in New York in 2009 and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas. Her interest in lifestyle design led her to work on projects for furniture and interior design companies such as Jonathan Adler and West Elm.
In 2010, she founded Boulevard 03, a design studio in Caracas, Venezuela focusing on product, furniture and interior architecture. Under her direction, the company launched a series of pieces inspired by local craftsmanship with a contemporary design aesthetics.
In 2016, she started her own label Grace Souky. Her signature style reveals a love for detail, colour and geometry. Grace is passionate about storytelling and how people interact with things, mindful of the communicative nature of everyday objects.
Her designs have been featured in exhibitions throughout Latin America, United States and Europe.