A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.

A love of home decorating, plants and flowers has translated into 24 years in business for Sue Clohesy.
Rose Harvest has evolved over the years from a mix of antique and French-style homewares to the latest modern styles, with some eclectic pieces thrown in for good measure.