The Business of Design Interview Series: Suzanne Kasler

May 17, 2021In SD BlogBy Lauren Espineli

Our very own CEO Keith Granet is celebrating the 10th anniversary of his signature book, The Business of Design, with a new edition is to be released this June.  To celebrate this milestone, the Studio Designer team is pleased to present The Business of Design Interview Series. Keith will lead a series of fascinating discussions with designers who represent the very best of this business. We are kicking off this series with Renaissance woman Suzanne Kasler who will be joining us in a live webinar interview next month on Thursday, June 10th. Register here to secure your spot for this live session.

The extraordinary interior designer Suzanne Kasler is the principal of Suzanne Kasler Interiors with an award-winning portfolio of timeless, classic designs throughout the years as well as a dazzling array of signature lines. Based in Atlanta, Suzanne has established her signature look by mixing high and low, traditional and contemporary, as well as new and old. She is known for her love of French-inspired décor and continues to use her boundless creativity and discerning eye for luminous and timeless interiors considered to be among the best in her profession.

Suzanne collaborated with designers Spitzmiller & Norris on this dreamy project in Buckhead, GA.

Suzanne established her design career at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning. She has always been an avid collector and observer and uses her travels to source unique items and decorative elements for her interiors.

Suzanne worked with wallpaper company DeGournay for this wondrous Kip’s Bay Showhouse room design.

Suzanne proclaims that her signature interiors and pieces are all geared to “inspire living a more beautiful and authentic life.” She has been named to Architectural Digest’s coveted AD100 and Elle Décor’s notable A-List multiple times and she also has three books published with Rizzoli: Inspired Interiors, Timeless Style, and Sophisticated Simplicity.

In advance of this webinar interview, we asked Suzanne to share just a few details about herself.

How would you describe your own design aesthetic?

Subtle, luminous, sophisticated, beautiful and timeless.

Suzanne’s breakfast room was inspired by beach and ocean hues.

What are your favorite sources for inspiration?

Travel, specifically Paris! I always find something new and chic that’s two steps ahead of the United States when I am there. I also find fashion and my Instagram feed so inspiring

How long have you used Studio Designer?

For quite a long time, I believe since at least 2010 on the cloud version.

Suzanne designed this sophisticated living room for their Shaker Heights, OH project

Suzanne’s Extraordinary Array of Product Lines and Collections

Alexandra Chair Design for Hickory Chair
  • Ballard Design: retail furniture, accessories, table lights, mirrors, bedding, outdoor furniture, and fabric by the yard.
  • Hickory Chair: trade furniture for since 2008
  • Visual Comfort: a comprehensive array of lighting designs from sconces to lamps to chandeliers.
  • La Cornue: a custom color series of ranges and range hoods for this luxury French range company 
  • Lee Jofa: fabrics and wallpaper
  • Mirror Image Home: line of mirrors
  • WestPoint Home: a new collection includes bedding and towels
Suzanne’s design for luxury French range company La Cornue

Learn much more about Suzanne next month during her interview with Keith, register here.

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One of Suzanne’s all-time favorite designs is this dining room with turquoise lacquered walls for a Connecticut home