SHE MAY BE KNOWN for a delicately dusky color palette that evokes Monet’s water lilies or for her well-documented predilection for gilt furniture. But Atlanta-based interior designer Suzanne Kasler—whose second book, “Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style” (Rizzoli), comes out Oct. 8—is concerned with much more than surface.
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