Suzanne Rheinstein's design projects have been published in leading lifestyle magazines, including Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Veranda, Town & Country, and House Beautiful, as well as in several books, among them Designing Women. Her Los Angeles shop, Hollyhock, is an important home furnishings resource for the design community. She has created the Suzanne Rheinstein*Hollyhock fabric collection for Lee Jofa, along with a rug collection, also for Lee Jofa. Rheinstein is the author of best-selling At Home: A Style for Today with Things from the Past . She is included in Elle Decor's prestigious A-List of Top Designer and AD100. Photographer Pieter Estersohn's work appears frequently in Elle Decor, Martha Stewart Living, Architectural Digest, and other leading design and travel magazine. He is the author of Kentucky: Historic Houses and Horse Farms of Bluegrass Country, and has provided the photographs for the books Charlotte Moss: A Flair for Living and Recipes for Parties, among other titles.
"Rooms For Living illustrates the designer's skilled
touch room by room - inviting antiques-filled entry halls,
comfortable but rigorously curated living rooms; and welcoming
dining rooms, including one that conjures a garden, with wall
murals and hand-painted porcelain."
"Much in keeping with the design style that Rheinstein is known
for, whether designing homes on both coasts or through her many
fabric and furniture lines, there is a timeless elegance
that is associated with her work. . . . no detail, however
small, is overlooked."
-California Home & Design Online "Attention to subtle detail, proportion and texture are evident in all [Rheinstein's] designs . . . From entrance halls to powder rooms, Rheinstein offers inspiration and advice on how to live with beauty and comfort throughout your home."
-Quintessence Blog "It seems appropriate, then, that Suzanne Rheinstein, a designer known for creating comfortable and gracious interiors, would christen her latest book, Rooms for Living. Peruse her work in this inspiring book, and you'll see that her rooms are never contrived nor affected. Instead, they are big, beautiful invitations for living, offering themselves up as spots for relaxing, for example, or entertaining."
-PEAK OF CHIC BLOG