As seen on Designer Vicente Wolf’s Blog
March 29, 2016
As seen in Architectural Digest
March 18, 2016
As seen on the Pencil & Paper Development Co. Blog
Posted February 4, 2016
We are thrilled to present a series of creative conversations with the 2016 featured designers of the Antiques and Gardens Show of Nashville. With the theme “Landscape of Design” the show will host over 150 exhibitors and speakers including a keynote address from actress and founder of GOOP Gwyneth Paltrow. The Antiques and Garden Show is one of our favorite Nashville events and we wouldn’t dream of missing it- hope to see you there!
The show runs February 12-14th at the Music City Center in Nashville. Additional information and tickets to the show can be found here.
As seen on NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
By Sue Strachan, Posted February 26, 2016
In a city where the mix of past and present — be it architecture, food, art, culture, or design — is always present, the obvious or even subtle influences inform all who live or visit.
New Orleans native interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein used this interplay in her designs and books with her most recent project,“Rooms for Living: A Style for Today with Things from the Past” (Rizzoli), an illustrative example of how to decorate in an elegant, but not boring, fashion.
On Thursday (Feb. 18), Rheinstein was the guest speaker for Longue Vue House and Gardens’ Essence of Design Symposium at the Audubon Tea Room. Guests could move inside and out so as to enjoy the beautiful day that had a few in the audience contemplating taking the lecture and luncheon outside.
On Thursday (Feb. 18), Rheinstein was the guest speaker for Longue Vue House and Gardens’ Essence of Design Symposium at the Audubon Tea Room. Guests could move inside and out so as to enjoy the beautiful day that had a few in the audience contemplating taking the lecture and luncheon outside. Lovely floral arrangements by the event committee and a silent auction were artfully placed inside. The lecture, “Rooms for Today: Easy Living with Antiques,” was a hit with the audience…Read the full article >
As seen on Larchmont Buzz
By Patricia Lombard, Posted February 25, 2016
Windsor Square resident and celebrated interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein launched her latest book,“Rooms for Living: A Style for Today with Things from the Past” at an elegant book signing last night at Dennis and Leen on Melrose. The book focuses on rooms that reflect Rheinstein’s approach — giving her clients spaces of beauty and comfort, which serve as a respite from today’s hectic life. While traditional style is Rheinstein’s hallmark, her rooms are always fresh and elegant.
“Rooms for Living” is exquisitely photographed by Pieter Estersohn, offering readers examples of refashioned spaces such as a neglected living room that now includes space for reading and writing, and a kitchen that has been expanded to accommodate informal meals. Rheinstein offers innovative ideas on how to make an entryway statement by adding a rich color, dress a bed for ultimate comfort and romance, display books in a thoughtful way, and create a party atmosphere. As is her style, no small detail is overlooked because much can be achieved in transforming a space with attention to such details.
As seen in the Pittsburgh Tribune
By Rachel Weaver | February 25, 2016
During her esteemed career, interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein has established a signature style based on a simple maxim: “fewer things, but better things.”
“I like to bring together antiques and one-of-a-kind objects to make a very personal house that reflects those living in it,” says Rheinstein, owner of L.A.-based Hollyhock, the renowned home furnishing and accessories shop.
Rheinstein is a best-selling author, whose latest book, “Rooms for Living: A Style for Today With Things From the Past” (Rizzoli, $50), shows readers how to apply Rheinstein’s expert knowledge to each room of the home with the goal of using texture, color and proportion throughout to create harmony.
Question: As a designer, what inspires you?
Answer: I’m a mad gardener and inspired by anything in nature, but I also love cities. My inspiration comes from the glaciers of Patagonia to the most wonderful 17th-century architecture in the English countryside to the soaring contemporary architecture of Los Angeles.
As seen on the New Orleans Advocate
Designer Suzanne Rheinstein to speak on design, inspired by shotgun cottages to the Parthenon,” by r. Stephanie Bruno
February 15, 2015
Internationally celebrated designer Suzanne Rheinstein learned about beautiful design early during her upbringing in New Orleans.
“I loved Jackson Square and the building in the French Quarter where I was reared,” she told Interior Design magazine.
She also cited “the shotgun cottages in New Orleans” — along with the Parthenon — as structures that have endured as inspirational resources.
Longue Vue House and Gardens brings Rheinstein home this week, welcoming her back to town with two events: a reception tomorrow night, followed by a lunch and presentation Thursday… Continue reading >
2016 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville
Posted Feb. 9, 2016