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Suzanne Kasler

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Tips to Decorate and Improve your Bookshelves

Tips to Decorate and Improve your Bookshelves – Best Design Books discovered that Architectural Digest caught up with AD100 designer Suzanne Kasler to make a wonderful selection of tips on how to decorate and improve your Bookshelves. Suzanne Kasler employed the same Frederick Victoria étagère in the family room she designed for this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House. “It’s all the things I love, reminding me of where I’ve been,” Kasler says of the display. “Like a little art piece.” Here, she reveals her pro tips for styling an elegant yet personal bookcase. See also: 10 Coffee Table Books Selected by Architectural Digest First, think about scale. “When you’re choosing a bookcase, it’s important to think about scale and materials,” Kasler says. She chose this model for its slim shelves, open design, and mix of wood and brass. Mix antique and vintage objects with new books. “I love pairing antique pieces like these miniature paintings collected from my trip to Belgium or these architectural paper objects from the Paris flea market with books that have just come out. Right now I’m really into the new collection of Louis Vuitton books.” Add a light fixture. “If you can fit a small light fixture…

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Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style

Suzanne Kasler ’s interior design studio is based in Atlanta. Her award-winning projects have been published in major magazines, including Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Veranda, and Southern Accents. Kasler has signature-licensed products in fabrics, furniture, paint, and lighting. House beautiful named the interior designer as one of the top 100 designers The book had the contribution of Christine Pittel 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. Timeless Style (published by Rizzoli) is a book that every interior designer should have in their library. Suzanne Kasler is known for her classically inspired rooms, pretty palettes, and comfortable spaces. She brings Southern charm, European sensibility, and a respect for architectural details to her interiors. Her neutral palette, spiced with hits of color, creates warm spaces that are elegant yet inviting. Inspired by fashion, Kasler uses a scarf as a throw, adds grosgrain or satin banding to the bottom of a chair cover, accents draperies with Chanel-like piped borders, or embellishes a bed frame with delicate handpainted patterns. It is these exquisite haute couture details thatdrive her design aesthetic. Kasler’s mélange of antiques, midcentury pieces, and modern furniture makes her layered interiors…

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