Atlanta Style

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I spent this weekend in Atlanta. I spoke on a panel at the AmericasMart and explored the market with Devon from my Paloma Contreras Design team. We had a wonderful turnout for the panel (thank you to everyone who came!) which I felt had a lot of great insight and takeaways. In addition, we found some exciting new things for some projects we are working on and also had a chance to visit some fantastic Atlanta stores including Bungalow Classic, Mrs. Howard, Robert Brown’s Townhouse, and Dixon Rye. It was a very fun and successful trip.

The best part was spending time with my friend Suzanne Kasler at her beautiful home in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. Suzanne has been one of my favorite interior designers and biggest design inspirations for as long as I can remember. I have learned so much from her unparalleled ability to mix fine antiques and modern pieces as well as her knack for creating perfectly layered spaces that span various styles. So much of what I have learned from Suzanne has informed my own style, so seeing her beautiful home in person was absolutely wonderful. The regency-style house has been editorialized in Architectural Digest and One Kings Lane, but it is even more stunning in person. There are exquisite details everywhere you look and it is evident that each room is filled with things that are special and meaningful to Suzanne and her husband, John. When I think of Atlanta style, I always think of Suzanne and the chic, timeless interiors she has designed. For more of Suzanne’s style, visit the “Be Inspired” section of her website for her seasonal inspirations and favorite things.

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{Photography by Pieter Estersohn for Architectural Digest}

2 thoughts on “Atlanta Style

  1. Chic, timeless and the tone on tone neutrals and different textures make for a beautiful lesson in design. Thanks for sharing. BTW, I receive what looks like a bazillion email newsletters. Most of them I don’t open, but I always look forward to seeing what you have.

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