Suzanne Kasler (Hardcover)
Rizzoli, 9780847841004, 304pp.
Publication Date: October 8, 2013
About the Author
Christine Pittel is a senior editor at House Beautiful magazine. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Town & Country, Harper’s Bazaar, House & Garden, and many other publications.
Praise For Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style…
“…this is one to add to the design library—a beautiful palette, simple glamour.”
"Suzanne Kasler...isn’t offended when people call her work “pretty.” It’s that, and more."
— The New York Times
“Timeless Style is a treasure box of high level of sourcing –for once a designer is confident enough to let us in on every photo!”
"Beautifully detailed, the second volume of Suzanne Kasler’s sophisticated interiors is appropriately titled: Timeless Style. I read Timeless Style from cover to cover, and the text is just as pleasurable to read as it is to pour over the pics. I have admired the designer’s feminine, neo-classical aesthetic, and it was enjoyable to get to know eight of her most recent works in greater depth, with a wealth of detail…Ms. Kasler’s attention to it is indeed superb.”
"Designer Suzanne Kasler is well known for her sophisticated mix of classic and contemporary…she shows how it’s done with a French twist in a new chateau-inspired house…”
“When reading the book, I felt as if I was getting a personal tour of each house by Suzanne herself. I was also struck with the wide range of styles featured...which emphasizes how Suzanne truly makes the spaces so personal to each client…”
—Things that Inspire
“Suzanne Kasler best known for crafting beautifully sophisticated interiors with soft palettes—revisits some of her favorite projects…Scattered throughout the text are useful tips..”
"Indianapolis native Suzanne Kasler has gone on to become one of the most sought after interior designers in the country, managing top-tier commissions and product lines for the likes of La Cornue, Lee Jofa and Hickory Chair, among others, from her Atlanta office. Her second book highlights her iconic aesthetic, featuring projects from Greenwich, CT to Columbus, GA."