As usual, one of the best interior design magazines, Architectural Digest US, has unveiled 2017 AD 100 list, which features the best interior designers of the year. Seen as trendsetters and many of them already awarded, the art of decorating never looked better in the hands of these homegrown talents.
Architectural Digest divided its list in different categories. In Architecture we have: The Avant-Garde, The Classicists and The Modernists. For the best Interior Design projects, the interiors authority divided the best interior designers into: The American Beauties, The Connoisseurs, The British Invasion, The French Connection, The New Traditionalists, The Daredevils, The Young Guns, The Hitmakers and Geniuses.
Today we start a special interior design styles round-up focus on 2017 AD100 List and today’s first feature is about Suzanne Kasler interiors. She’s a very famous american interior designer and, of course, she’s included in the American beauties top list, where the classic American decorating style never looked better.
Style: “The traditional with the contemporary, high and low, linens and velvets.”
Projects: Bramble Hall event center at Blackberry Farm in Tennessee, a French Colonial house near New Orleans.
In the Works: Fabrics for Lee Jofa, furniture for Ballard Designs and Hickory Chair, lighting for Visual Comfort.
The Next Big Thing: “Decorating that isn’t so perfect.”
Favorite Museum: The Atelier Brancusi at Paris’s Centre Pompidou.
Key Influences: Peter Marino, Thierry Despont.
Suzanne Kasler works have been published in major design magazines, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Traditional Home and Veranda. She has been named to Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Décor’s A-List. Her award-winning interiors have also been captured in two lavishly illustrated books with Rizzoli, Inspired Interiors and Timeless Style