Thursday, November 18, 2010


Photos courtesy of Hollyhock
With a great new location and lots of new exciting antiques, Hollyhock has a new ivy - covered home at 927 N. La Cienega Blvd. Bringing the best of international design in home and tabletop, interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein carries Robert Kime printed fabrics and William Yeoward crystal from England, France's Astier de Villatte ceramics and hand picked antiques from shopping jaunts abroad. Adding the the selection is her Hollyhock Home Collection, Bunny Williams’s furniture and accessory collection BeeLine Home, Vladimir porcelain flowers, Christopher Spitzmiller lamps and Gayle Warwick linens. Hollyhock serves as a fabulous design resource as well as a salon, where Suzanne holds book events, cocktail parties, and cultural evenings to pique the interest of the strong design community she has cultivated there.

Photo courtesy of Elle Decor
With her New York apartment recently on the cover of Elle Decor and the launch of her first book, At Home: A Style for Today with Things from the Past with Rizzoli, Suzanne has been busy as can be. The palette in her city apartment is calm and soothing-- just the thing for urban living. She manages to find the time to come to New York often, and I recently caught up with her at Alexa Hampton's book launch.

It's all about the mix at Hollyhock. A Beeline Home Coffee Table sits in a lively setting of antiques.

Suzanne is a master at creating vignettes around the shop-- every nook is a place to sit and read a book-- everything you want your home to be and more.

A bone inlay frame sits behind a chest with blue and white Chinese jars and a stylish lamp.

Suzanne and the girls in her shop adore light green-- it makes everything look beautiful in the California light. If you are throwing a party, swing by the shop to pick up everything from china to votives.

Another vignette mixes textures and colors for a varied look that combines old and new elements.

The textural beauty of a console and Italian ceramic vase converge in a tonal moment.

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