Dream Studio


This stunning studio is being added to my inspirational files named "office of my dreams". It is the office of Interior Designer Suzanne Kasler and was featured in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Isn't it pretty?! The natural light is gorgeous!


photo by Erica George Dines from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle

15 comments:

Katie Company said...

SHUT THE FRONT DOOR. Can I come work for you when you have this studio?

Seriously. "Works well with others".

MG said...

OMFG. This space = amazing. So open and bright. You so couldn't ever be depressed or in a funk working there.

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

So peaceful. But if it was mine, I'd mess it up in about two minutes...

Evy said...

Soooo bright! Wish it was mine....

size too small said...

i wouldn't mind going to work there everyday.

epeaa said...

wow it's so clean and organised and white!

Y said...

AMAZING!! Oh how I wish our office would look like this!! It's so beautiful I just want to step in and create something!

Kirsten said...

Suzanne Kasler is one of my all time fave designers....beyond amazing work. That room is stunning. Did you see the collab she did with Ballard? It was all so pretty.

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JWK said...

What a fantastic space! Love the natural light and wishing I had some of it!!

Hazel said...

I have been on a home office - studio obsession lately. Any DIY project or designer tip pulls my brain immediately to, "How could I use this in a writing studio?" I love the clean white lines and generous space in this studio-- Thanks for Sharing!!

Hazel
Fifthroom Living

Corilu Designs said...

Wow! My home office certainly doesn't look anything like this one. Would you get anything done or would you just sit staring in awe!!!

mer said...

agreed. completely dreamy.

JASR said...

no wonder, interior designers have the best working spaces ever! this particular one feels so classy yet simply modern...

G. A. Roma said...

a good place to work... beautiful light

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