RIGHT: Rose, Georgia, Amelia and Hamish gather on the sofa to wait for the Easter bunny. FINE DINING RECIPES GORDON RAMSAY Every inch of the Strutts’ house is decorated with comfort in mind, and Christina believes that there should be a sofa in any room that’s big enough to hold one. This generously sized sofa is from George Smith and is covered in a fabric called Faded Gollut. THIS PAGE, FROM TOP: the display cabinet in the sitting room is from Global Village and holds china and glass both old and new that Sue has collected over the years; the sitting room window looks out on to the garden; Angela A’Court, Andy’s sister, embroidered the feather motif on a velvet cushion – a photograph of Angela’s wedding is displayed on the side table; a Nick Ward vase stands beside a pottery lamp base made by Sue herself. As Sue Williams’s agent astutely pointed out when he visited her flat for the first time, being in her home is uncannily like stepping into one of her drawings. Sue is a talented illustrator and designer, and anyone who reads glossy magazines is likely to have seen her work. Her brilliantly coloured and richly textured drawings are used in advertisements for a well-known herb and spice company and regularly appear in print. An overwhelming passion for drawing has dominated Sue’s life ever since she can remember.