Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Book Review: Suzanne Kasler: Sophisticated Simplicity

You're no stranger to Suzanne Kasler, I'm sure. She's a powerhouse when it comes to "name brand" interior designers. She's published three books with this newest copy: Suzanne Kasler: Sophisticated Simplicity, on top of having a fabric line with Lee Jofa, custom color ranges with La Cornue, accessories and furniture with Ballard Designs and Hickory Chair, and lighting with Visual Comfort.

Her firm is based in Atlanta, and her rooms have an unspoken Southern graciousness and hospitality to them, always following her cardinal rule: "a room should be collected, not decorated."

Her interiors have been featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Veranda, Milieu, Traditional Home ... all the big boys, and her casually elegant spaces have made their rounds on nearly every interior design blog, including mine. If you look hard enough, you'll find photos of her stunning work throughout the internet - but nothing beats holding the heavy bound copy of picture after glorious picture of every space in your hot little hands.

This fall, Rizzoli has published some amazing interior design books, including this one by Suzanne, and I couldn't wait to share with you some of the goodies inside:

Kitchens, bathrooms, living, dining, outdoor, and bedrooms - each beautiful in every way - provide boundless inspiration in the massive 304-page book. If you're a fan of Kasler, a fan of interior design (and I already know you are, or you wouldn't be here), and a lover of all things beautiful - you need look no further than this book for your fall reading. (It makes an excellent coffee table book, too!) Check out more, and purchase your copy via the amazon link below:

And if you've got interest in collecting the Kasler trilogy, check out her other two books, here. You won't be disappointed in them, either. 

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