Suzanne Kasler Makes a French Connection at the Boston Design Center

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Suzanne Kasler Interior designer speaking at Boston Design Center Photo by Linda Merrill

Amazing interior designer Suzanne Kasler visited the Boston Design Center this week to talk about her new furniture collection with Hickory Chair called The Paris Apartment Collection.  Suzanne is one of my absolute favorite designers – her work is so layered, her color palettes rich yet subtle and her work is, simply put, pretty. Very, very pretty.

Suzanne Kasler Dining Room white walls blue drapery and upholstery

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Suzanne’s bathroom, via One King’s Lane
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Suzanne in her kitchen, via One King’s Lane


Suzanne Kasler ‘s Signature lines

Suzanne Kasler Lee Jofa
Lee Jofa



Suzanne Kasler for LaCornue pink stove
Le Cornue


Suzanne Kasler for Ballard Designs
Ballard Designs


Suzanne Kasler Visual Comfort
Visual Comfort
Suzanne Kasler Hickory Chair furniture on Linda Merrill blog
Hickory Chair


The Alexandra Chair features a quatrefoil design pattern which is part of Suzanne’s signature style.

Suzanne Kasler Alexandra side chair quatrefoil
Alexandra Side Chair from Hickory Chair

The Choate Dining Table is classic and yet also modern. It comes in many finishes and colors.

Suzanne Kasler Choat dining table Hickory chair
Choate Dining Table at Hickory chair


Suzanne Kasler Deauville Sideboard
Deauville Sideboard from Hickory Chair

Hickory Chair is available to the trade only. I’d be happy to provide purchasing services to those not currently working with a designer. Contact me for more details. 

Luncheon and Book Signing

After Suzanne’s talk, we were treated to a book signing and luncheon at the Ailanthus showroom at the Boston Design Center. They are the local resource for Hickory Chair furniture and there were lots of Suzanne’s beautiful pieces on display.

Suzanne Kasler Interior designer book signing at Boston Design Center Photo by Linda Merrill

Interested to know more about Suzanne?

In 2009 I, along with my partners Joni Webb and Megan Arquette,  chatted with Suzanne on our then podcast The Skirted Roundtable. You can listen using the player below, or go to the post which features some of the images we discussed from her just released book Inspired Interiors.

One of the things I like best about Suzanne is her willingness to share – her knowledge, her resources and even paint colors she’s used in projects. Many designers refuse to share details about their projects, feeling that they should be paid for this information. I’ve never understood this point of view – especially when it comes to paint colors. It’s not a state secret! Btw – her favorite whites are Benjamin Moore’s Cloud White and Linen White. There was another one, but I can’t recall what she said, other than it’s a gray white. If I remember, I’ll put it in. White is obviously very important to Suzanne – most of her room’s have white walls.

Suzanne Kasler Boutique

I’ve put together a selection of some of my favorite products from Suzanne’s various lines. (Disclaimer – this boutique includes affiliate links which means that I am paid a small commission on any sales, at no additional cost to the buyer. This goes to help support this blog. Thank you!)

Buy the books:

xoxo Linda

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