Elegant and Refined

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Suzanne Kasler is one of my very favorite interior designers. I am continually inspired by her talent and the beauty she brings to everything she does.  While the projects she works on certainly vary from one to the next, they are always elegant, timeless, and pretty. Each space is always filled with exquisite details executed with elegance and refinement. Such is certainly the case for this stunning home she recently designed for clients in Columbia, South Carolina, which is featured in the fall issue of Milieu. The architecture of the home sets the stage for the beautiful interiors designed by Suzanne featuring a mostly neutral, high contrast palette of black, white, and taupe accented by a few well-chosen colors including green, pale pink, and lavender. I am especially in love with the striking black and white entry as well as the incredible veranda. Which space is your favorite?suzanne-kasler-milieu-la-dolce-vita-living-room

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{Photography by Peter Vitale for Milieu}

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  1. I’ve long been a Suzanne Kasler, so I love this room. I’ve just moved from the Hill Country back to San Antonio. Would love to find a bathroom console like that one. Know of one that’s not custom? Brenda