About Susan Bott, Owner and Head Designer of Room Tonic
Formerly based in Manhattan, Susan Bott's designs have been featured in The New York Times, HGTV, StreetEasy.com, and Food Network’s American Diner Revival with Ty Pennington. She is one of a cadre of stylists who is a practitioner of Elemental Space Clearing, an advanced form of Feng Shui that changes the energy in a space to help attract and manifest positive outcomes. Susan currently resides in Boston’s North Shore where she has curated a blend of contemporary and classic home furnishings at Room Tonic.
Room Tonic features high-end furnishings mingled with their reproduction counterparts to please every budget. At Room Tonic, you’ll find a collection of delightful treasures in the form of custom furnishings, fun vintage and antique pieces, auction finds, elemental space clearing tools, and the latest furnishing trends and accessories that will make your home look and feel great, all at the right price points.
We carry unique pieces that are not found anywhere in Boston’s North Shore area, as well as pieces that are quintessentially Marblehead for those who visit our quaint coastal town. We are sure you’ll find the perfect gift in our shop, even gifts for those who seem to have everything.
When you shop with Room Tonic, you are shopping for home furnishings and accessories that are made to last and to stand the test of time. We also offer consultation on home design and Elemental Space Clearing tools. 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.
For unique and enduring classic home furnishings and decor, come and visit us at Room Tonic, where we invite you to explore our timeless collection of one of a kind antique and furniture finds, home accents, and bespoke designs. We are confident you will discover vibrant and colorful pieces, that you won't leave behind.