Interior decorator Suzanne Kasler opened the doors to her beautiful home in Atlanta for this month’s issue of Architectural Digest. It’s a Federal-style house built in the 1930s, but she added the limestone portico and cream-colored paint on the exterior to give it the appearance of a Regency-era mansion in England. Take a look!
Kasler has a a signature line of home furnishings and accessories sold through Ballard Designs, and you can definitely see the influences on it throughout her house.
There’s an antique Swedish pine table with Regency chairs in the kitchen’s dining area, which kinda reminds me of the kitchen and dining area in It’s Complicated–windows and all (you can see photos from the movie here):
The master bedroom is neutral and serene:
Like it? Check out the April issue of Architectural Digest to read the story by Jen Renzi and Howard Christian and to see the rest of the photos by Pieter Estersohn.
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