Suzanne Kasler for La Cornue

Suzanne Kasler La Cornue

{You see the color pink everywhere while in Paris. It is used in such sophisticated and timeless ways, like nowhere else.” -Suzanne Kasler}

A few weeks ago, I attended the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, KBIS, as a National Kitchen and Bath Insider. My fellow NKBA Insiders and I had the opportunity to see and experience the latest and greatest in kitchen and bath design and technology. While there are so many exciting innovations, you probably know by now that I am more of a classicist. Naturally, one of my favorite booths was that of La Cornue. It was truly exquisite as one would expect. I mean, how many of us dream of having a gorgeous La Cornue around which to design a kitchen? La Cornue also had one of the most exciting introductions at KBIS. One major theme I noticed while at the show was the customization of utilitarian items, including appliances and ranges, using bespoke colors.

Suzanne Kasler‘s stunning Couleur Collection for La Cornue not only addresses this need, but it was truly one of the most buzz worthy collections for those with discerning tastes. The classic French ranges are truly like jewelry for the kitchen. Suzanne’s collection takes the distinctive silhouettes of La Cornue and updates the timeless statement pieces using an assortment of beautiful, pastel colors. The result is at once fresh and completely classic. I am lucky to call Suzanne a friend and she also happens one of my very favorite designers. Her talent, refined elegance, and timeless aesthetic are incredibly inspiring. I could not have imagined a better or more natural collaborator for La Cornue.

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{There are several colors in the collection including the pink range which was one of the most Instagrammed items at KBIS. I think I would probably choose the classic white and brass combination like the one Suzanne and I are pictured with here.}

Below, a few more of the beautiful colors from Suzanne Kasler’s Couleur Collection for La Cornue.

“These are the kinds of colors I see while in Europe. Muted and faded. Subtle enough that you never get tired of them. Classic, not trendy.” – Suzanne Kasler

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{Product Photography by Spoon Creative, Courtesy of Purcell Murray}

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  1. Renovating whole house as we speak and added on for a new kitchen. We recently had our new La Cornue Grand Palais in silvery/gray with chrome and brass accents with matching hood just installed! I can’t wait to use it!