Skirted Roundtable: Chatting with Suzanne Kasler and what is color sequencing anyway?

This week on The Skirted Roundtable, Megan, Joni and I chatted with the fabulous interior design Suzanne Kasler about her work, career and her newly released book “Inspired Interiors”. During our discussion, Suzanne mentioned the concept of “color sequencing” or “progression”, which raised some questions about what this meant and how it applied to interiors. I had specifically mentioned a section of the book – the chapter on “Color and Light” which had a series of images that very clearly showed this concept. And, even though these rooms were not actually related to each other (they weren’t from the same homes), there was a clear relation that made reading that section of the book all the more interesting. Below are all the images that we discussed during this segment, plus the 2 minutes of conversation around it. Enjoy!

And don’t forget to listen to the entire conversation here.

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3 thoughts on “Skirted Roundtable: Chatting with Suzanne Kasler and what is color sequencing anyway?”

  1. Love her work. We were at High point and went to her book signing. She is so warm and open. I enjoyed that chapter in her new book also. She has such a wonderful way with light and color. Great Post. Beautiful images.

  2. Hello. As a professional home stager I also deal with both interior and exterior design and must admit that I really love Suzanne Kasler's work. I admire the way she deals with colors and these pictures prove her abilities. The combination of blue and white is just fantastic!
    Thank you for the post and wish you all the best,
    Sara

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