Our mission is to create a shopping experience where the client can enjoy value added design, along with competitive pricing of quality home furnishings. Value added purchases are those made with the professional advice of educated and trained interior designers. Our cornerstones:



Our Mission and Pledge to You

Understanding the real truth, about the real price is very important. Our associates want to provide you with purchasing knowledge that will enable you to make the best investments for your home. We do not want to simply sell you furniture; we want to provide you with ambience, and value. We want to help you create the wonderful environment that satisfies and empowers your senses.

To provide clients with unique and timeless environments tailored to their personalities and tastes and the function required.
To educate clients on proper care and maintenance techniques for interior finishes and furniture.
To educate clients on the latest techniques and technologies available.
To earn the trust of vendors, workrooms, and clients by strengthening our relationships at every possible opportunity.
To provide our clients with selections from a diverse range of decorative fabrics, furniture, carpets, accessories and antiques.
To make it easy for everyone to do business with us.
To seek resources around the world and to insure that these products are of the highest quality.
To uphold the values of honesty, fairness and integrity and make them the cornerstones of our customer service guarantee.






Just a Taste of Our Recent Work

Design is more than the arrangement of parts, details, forms and colors. It is the creation of an environment, compete in function and style.

Susan Castor Wilson

SSusan Castor Wilson, ASID, received her Liberal Arts education in Columbia, Missouri and her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. She is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers and the Texas Association for Interior Design. During Susan’s forty year career she has been recognized by Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who of Interior Design, Who’s Who of Science and Engineering, and the International Who’s Who of Interior Design. Susan’s work includes residential and commercial design environments from Washington D.C, to Baja, California. Her design expertise, passion for detail and dedication to exceptional customer service has resulted in long lasting relationships with her clients. She is one of the most sought after interior designers in South Texas. Learn More About Susan here.

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How We Work Together

Trust the Susan Castor Collection Design Team with all your needs. Here’s just an idea of how we would work together:

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    Initial Consultation

    We meet and we get a good sense for your dreams and your project. If your plans involve the selection of furniture and accessories, the Susan Castor Collection does not charge for design time.

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    We create a formal plan of bringing your dreams to life. All consultation time with contractors, architects and others, and all drafting time will be based on an hourly charge. All costs will be in writing before a project is put into production.

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    Once you return your contract proposal and put down a 50% deposit, we get to action. Letter of Agreement detailing these policies must be approved by the client prior to the commencement of any design work.

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    Timeless Results

    After completion and delivery of remaining balance, you get to sit back, relax and enjoy your timeless results.

Design Your Dream Home Today

Interior design is not just “decorating.” It is changing the dimensions of space, customizing to precise requirements, and calling upon worldwide resources. Susan Castor Collection design team members know what is available and how it performs. They have the resources you need to help you make your selections: catalogues, finish samples, textiles, leather. Some of our favorite vendors include:

Ready to make your dream reality?