Blogs and Online Coverage for Suzanne’s New Book

What the Blogs have to say about Suzanne’s newest book Rooms for Living

New York Cottages and Gardens
11 New Coffee Table Books for the Design Obsessed
Posted October 2015

Breakfast at Typhanie’s

This Fall’s Best Decoraing Books
Posted October 5, 2015

Peak of Chic

Rooms for Living
Posted October 13, 2015

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Magazine

Our Must-Have Design Reads This Fall
Posted September 15, 2015


The Fall Book Round Up: Make Space on Your Bookshelves for Great American Design
Posted September 11, 2015


Suzanne Rheinstein Rooms for Living
Posted October 18, 2015

Beautiful Rooms
Posted October 8, 2015


My Annual Selection: The Best Design and Style Books, Fall 2015 – Part 2
Posted November 2, 2015


Mrs. Blandings
Rooms for Living are the Best Kind
Posted December 3, 2015


Habitually Chic
Classically Elegant Christmas
Posted December 6, 2015


Portobello Design Blog

Interior Designer Suzanne Rheinstein’s Home for the Holidays Tour with One Kings Lane & The Perfect Gift, her new book: Rooms for Living
Posted December 15, 2015


Architectural Digest: Big Easy Essentials

AD asked Suzanne and other New Orleans insiders to reveal their favorite spots in the Crescent City.

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Suzanne Rheinstein

Born and raised in New Orleans, AD100 designer Suzanne Rheinstein frequently returns to her hometown to shop for her clients and to source pieces for her Los Angeles boutique Hollyhock.

Museum—Longue Vue House and Gardens

“Ellen Biddle Shipman, one of the foremost landscape designers of the 1920s, began work on the home in the ’30s,” Rheinstein explains. “She also worked on the interiors and with the Platt Brothers, who did the architecture. It’s a wonderful study in very informed upper-class living from the ’30s through the ’60s. Everyone who is crazy about design needs to see it.” 7 Bamboo Rd.; 504.488.5488;

Photo courtesy of Longue Vue House and Gardens


Suzanne’s Shortlist: 12 Things She Can’t Live Without

Elle Decor | View article
June 2012

New Orleans–born interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein effortlessly mixes Southern charm with the laid-back ease of her adopted home of Los Angeles. Her refined yet relaxed approach is showcased at her home furnishings shop, Hollyhock, which relocated last year to the La Cienega Design Quarter. “We’re now in the thick of things,” she says. A former television producer, Rheinstein once planned a second career in gardening. “Then I took this detour indoors,” she says. It’s been a fruitful digression: Her Hollyhock Home Collection is a hit with fellow decorators. This fall, she expands her collaboration with Lee Jofa, for which she designs fabric, to include a line of rugs. “Whether one is gardening, decorating, or feeding friends,” Rheinstein says, “it’s all part of the same impulse: a desire to live one’s life in a gracious, unpretentious manner.” Read More