Suzanne Rheinstein: A Welcoming Elegance


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Rizzoli International Publications
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9.21 X 12.2 X 1.02 inches | 3.8 pounds

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About the Author

Leading interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein's style is often described as "elegant civility." She is included on Elle Decor's A-list, and her projects have been published in Architectural Digest and Veranda, as well as in her best-selling book At Home. She was the owner of Los Angeles shop Hollyhock and has designed fabric and rug collections for Lee Jofa. Michael Boodro is a lifestyle magazine editor and writer. The former editor in chief of Elle Decor, he is now an adviser to the Design Leadership Network and host of the Chairish Podcast. Photographer Pieter Estersohn's work appears in The World of Interiors. He is the author of Life Along the Hudson and has provided photographs for several lifestyle books.


"The late design icon Suzanne Rheinstein's just-released book celebrates of the unparalleled elegance, skill, and taste that flows through each of her projects. From San Francisco to Newport Beach, the five California homes showcased within are a testament to the power of collecting and living with a lifetime's worth of treasures." --FREDERIC MAGAZINE

"Suzanne is one of the most elegant and tasteful people that I know. This book makes her style accessible to all." --HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

"Now, in A Welcoming Elegance, Rheinstein shares with readers six new residences, the final projects of her extraordinary career, each featuring the meaningful mix of antiques, furnishings, art, and textiles that make her interiors feel both welcoming and luxurious. Photographer Pieter Estersohn's stunning images capture the elegance of each of the homes featured in the book, including Rheinstein's own retreat in Montecito." --LARCHMONT CHRONICLE

"In her third monograph, celebrated style maker Suzanne Rheinstein illustrates her ability to meld together modernity and timeless elegance in the rooms she creates. Rheinstein sprinkles advice throughout A Welcoming Elegance on how to style spaces in a relaxed yet elevated way that allows people to live comfortably surrounded by fine art and antiques." --VERANDA

"It's easy for me to spot the Southerness of her projects, to be sure, but to me the regional dichotomies in her work are what make each room sing." --GARDEN & GUN