Suzanne Kasler is known for rooms with a foundation in tradition, pretty palettes, and a timeless sophistication, as well as for mixing American and European eclectic furnishings to create comfortable living spaces. In her latest book, Sophisticated Simplicity, Kasler shares her approach to the art of home decoration, from the fundamentals of room arrangement to finishing touches. The book features beautifully decorated homes from Atlanta, Naples, Nashville, Sea Island, and more. It also showcases an exquisite 1920s Richmond, Virginia home designed by one of my favorite architects, William Lawrence Bottomley. I had seen bits and pieces of this home floating around the Internet, but I had never before seen it featured in entirety, and it is magnificent. Below, is a brief overview of Sophisticated Simplicity, which was published by Rizzoli New York and released last fall.
Sophisticated Simplicity is available for purchase via Amazon. I also recommend Kasler’s earlier books, Inspired Interiors and Timeless Style. You may also enjoy my previous posts on Suzanne Kasler, listed below:
- AN ALL-AMERICAN SUMMER HOUSE BY SUZANNE KASLER
- A 1920S JEWEL BOX BY SUZANNE KASLER
- CHRISTMAS WITH SUZANNE KASLER
- SUZANNE KASLER’S ATLANTA HOME