Over the past decade, celebrated style maker Suzanne Rheinstein has achieved an unprecedented level of refinement and clarity. Her love of objects from the past remains a touchstone, but in her newest rooms, stylish modernity and an elegant simplicity hold sway.
Presented are beautifully photographed homes of clients Suzanne Rheinstein has worked with before that reflect a vision of richness tempered by restraint. Her longtime fans will find new inspiration in these pages. Throughout, she shares her ideas of how to live in a relaxed way surrounded by artworks and personal collections. A traditional Georgian library is done in a totally untraditional lacquered green, while a San Francisco town house revamp includes a “California” room filled with Moroccan rugs and rattan chairs, and a serene retreat has a guesthouse evocative of the bohemian 1970s.
About The Author
Leading interior designer Suzanne Rheinstein’sstyle 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’swork appears in The World of Interiors. He is the author of Life Along the Hudson and has provided photographs for several lifestyle books.