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Our next bInspired designer is Atlantan Suzanne Kasler. You can find her lovely book, Suzanne Kasler: Inspired Interiors, if you want an in-depth look at her comfortable, French/Continental style. I particularly appreciate that she rejects over-designed, fussy elements, which allows the architecture of the room and the furniture to take center stage.


Area rug by Antique Oushak, Moattar, Ltd. Finer Rugs/ADAC

Woodward bench by Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair

Amsterdam dining chairs by Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair

A few of her inspirations:

Paris: “To me, it is the most beautiful and inspiring place in the world.”

Objects That Carry Emotions: “I’m a collector. I find things I love and I buy them, not always knowing exactly what I’m doing to do with them. These collections and pieces set a tone, create a mood, are stylish and personal and timeless.”

Eiffel Tower: “Metal, wire, crystal, paper, silver, porcelain… you name it…”


Note the antlers on the wall. Faux taxidermy is very hot right now. Jason Champion and Jen Guerin used it (in a very different way than Suzanne Kasler here) in the first episode of Design Star this year. What’s your take?


Choate dining table by Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair

I love the neatly stacked books on the dining table. Not practical, but beautiful and symetrically soothing.


Percival chandelier by Suzanne Kasler for Visual Comfort

Vintage Belgian library cabinet by Holland & Company Antiques and Reproductions/ADAC

Photos/Quotes courtesy of AmericasMart


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  10. […] visually or as an inspiration (Matthew Quinn, even though I didn’t include that quote, and Suzanne Kasler, who name checked both Paris AND the Eiffel Tower.) Will our final designer do the same? (Hint: […]

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