I love Atlanta designer Suzanne Kasler's work but when I read her book and found out that she is an Indianapolis native that made me love her all the more. Here is a beautiful home that she decorated in my new love blue and white. I hope you enjoy looking at these photos just as much as I did....
This is a fetching runner in the entry's staircase. Suzanne said that it was "fresh, fun and dramatic". I couldn't agree more.
Love the blue and white and the vintage tree lamps.
The lattice backed chairs are from her chair line. The curtains are Brunschwig & Fils satin with Houles trim. Just dreamy....
The Hermes throw....
Now this room stopped me in my tracks. I love the slipcovers for the chairs at the island. They are Nancy Corzine linen with cording and buttons in a Ralph Lauren linen.
I adore the armchairs in the Elizabeth Benefield linen. Just stunning....
Now this took some courage. But the color looks great. It called "shrinking violet" by PPG Porter Paints.
The linens are so elegant. They are also from Nancy Corzine.
The wallpaper. Ahh, tres chic! It is called Boussac's tarantelle wallpaper.
A nook in the master bathroom becomes a practical space for a custom vanity.
There's that gorgeous wallpaper again!
Well, I hope you enjoyed this tour. To see the original article view it here.
(photos via HouseBeautiful.com)