Hollyhock, Los Angeles, CA

Suzanne Rheinstein opened Hollyhock to sell all the things she loved for the home but couldn’t easily find in Los Angeles. That was 17 years ago and the shop, originally on Larchmont Boulevard, has since moved to an airy old post office near the Pacific Design Center which once housed Merle Oberon’s theatre and design legend Tony Duquette’s studio .
Hollyhock is filled with unusual antiques, accessories, original art and books, both old and new. To complement these we have created Hollyhock Home, a line of deliciously comfortable upholstery and decorative furnishings for the home and garden.
Hollyhock represents the hand printed fabrics of England’s Robert Kime, the lighting and furniture of John Rosselli and the colorful hand-thrown lamps of Christopher Spitzmiller. In addition, we have an extensive selection of William Yeoward Crystal to use with our antique creamware and porcelain as well as new things for the table, such as Astier de Villatte pottery

visit them at 817  Hilldale in West Hollywood. you will love it!

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