Nicole Hollis: Curated Interiors

In this artful book, Nicole Hollis shares her beautiful holistic environments, which thoughtfully balance a modern spirit of innovation with a reverence for artisanal craftsmanship.

Nicole Hollis's approach to contemporary living is to create timeless interiors that blend seamlessly with the environment. Featured is a wide range of residences in city, country, and coastal settings that masterfully mix the simplicity of line with organic complexity to create refined spaces. A striking home in the Marin County town of Tiburon features natural materials and dramatic touches that embrace the property's sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay. A Kona Coast property set on a lava field reimagines a Hawaiian open-plan sanctuary with a modern design scheme of rich textures, including lava-basalt floor tiles and coral wall blocks. Michele Oka Doner's lighting employs the shape of Kiawe tree branches. A San Francisco pied-à-terre is an elegant contrast study in black and white, infused with historical nuances. These curated spaces are comprised of art, found objects, and bespoke furnishings that underscore Nicole's appreciation of texture, craft, and nature.

About The Author

In 2002 Nicole Hollis founded NICOLEHOLLIS, a San Francisco award-winning interior architecture and design firm. The firm's projects have been featured in Elle Decor, Luxe Interiors, and Architectural Digest, among other publications. NICOLEHOLLIS has produced home furnishings for McGuire and lighting fixtures for Phoenix Day.
Pilar Viladas is a lifestyle writer whose articles have appeared in such publications as the New York Times, Town & Country, and Architectural Digest. Douglas Friedman and Laure Joliet are leading lifestyle photographers.

  • Publish Date: October 06, 2020
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: House & Home - Decorating & Furnishings
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 10 x 13
  • Pages: 256
  • US Price: $60.00
  • CDN Price: $80.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-6467-6

Author Bookshelf: Douglas Friedman