“If you group like objects instead of scattering them around a room, they will have more impact.”
In her latest book, Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style, Atlanta’s leading interior designer explains the way she likes to display art and collectibles. The point is impact, as she says (above). And so it goes with this book: the 300 photos of eight houses she decorated clearly communicate her design aesthetic – traditional, palette-driven, high-end, architecturally detailed, well lit, and lush.
The entry hall in Ms. Kasler’s own home [top] features a white Bulgarian limestone floor set off by a black-painted stair rail and baseboard.… Continue Reading