Suzanne Kasler is inspired. 

As the principal of Atlanta-based Suzanne Kasler Interiors, she often asserts that “a room should be collected, not decorated.”
 Incorporating the personal collections of her clients with fine art and antiques, contemporary pieces and custom-designed furniture, Suzanne’s meaningful interiors straddle that rare middle ground between sophisticate and ingénue. 
As a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning, Suzanne brings a comprehensive knowledge of interior architecture and decorative arts to her design work.
Suzanne Kasler:
“Being able to work as a designer is a gift, an amazing opportunity to connect to people and design spaces that inspire them.”

Interior decorator Suzanne Kasler used a neutral palette in the living room of her family’s Atlanta house, which was renovated by architectural designers William T. Baker & Assoc. Works by artist Kris Ruhs hang behind a silk-velvet-clad sofa from Kasler’s line for Hickory Chair; the clear-acrylic tables and the curtain fabric are by Nancy Corzine. The antique Swedish chairs by the fireplace were found in Paris, and the Agra rug is by Beauvais Carpets.

In a Tennessee home, a chandelier by Studio Workshops hangs above a dining table from Ainsworth-Noah and a suite of chairs by Kerry Joyce for Dessin Fournir; the wallpaper is by de Gournay, and the curtains are made of an Old World Weavers fabric

Suzanne Kasler–designed barstools for Hickory Chair stand at the kitchen island in the decorator’s Atlanta home; the cabinetry is by Downsview Kitchens, the sink fittings are by Michael S. Smith for Kallista, and the tile is by Waterworks.

In Suzanne Kasler’s Atlanta home, a guest room includes a chair and ottoman from the designer’s Hickory Chair collection and a carpet she designed for Safavieh; the window treatments are made of a Nancy Corzine linen.

In Suzanne Kasler’s Atlanta home, a guest bath features an étagère and mirror by Restoration Hardware and sconces from Circa Lighting; the washstand, sink fittings, and tiles are by Waterworks.

A Brunschwig & Fils print dresses up a guest room in Suzanne Kasler’s Atlanta home; the decorator designed the beds and mirrored chest for Hickory Chair.

A painting by Stefany Hemming overlooks the family room of an Atlanta home, where furnishings include a wing chair and round-back armchair by RH; in the foreground, armchairs designed by Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair are pulled up to a bluestone-top table from Mecox.

Rose Tarlow Melrose House chairs flank a BeeLine Home table in the master bedroom of Suzanne Kasler’s Atlanta home.

Several Nancy Corzine designs—the bed, chests, and bench, which is upholstered in a Fortuny cotton—are arrayed in the master bedroom of Suzanne Kasler’s Atlanta home; the armchair is antique, the lamps are by Christopher Spitzmiller, and the rug is by Stark Carpet.

In the great room of an Atlanta home devised by Suzanne Kasler Interiors and William T. Baker & Assoc., a Dessin Fournir chandelier presides over two seating areas. On the left, a Saladino Furniture sofa faces a Dennis & Leen cocktail table, while the group at right features a Dennis & Leen wing chair and a pair of Nancy Corzine sofas around a low table by Formations. The painting is by Raphaëlle Goethals, the curtains are of a Robert Kime fabric, and the sisal is by Stark.


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