Surprise surprise, more chintz love going on today on Lacquered Life. You all know my obsession with Schumacher’s Pyne Hollyhock Chintz (see here), but today I am sharing Lee Jofa’s Hollyhock Chintz with you. Part of the collection designed by Suzanne Rheinstein, this fabric is named after her amazing interior design store in LA – Hollyhock – a must go for anyone in LA with an interest in interiors. Above, Tom Scheerer used the fabric for curtains in a house in Maine. More colorful than its Schumacher counterpart, the Lee Jofa Hollyhock also somehow manages to bridge the gap between modern and traditional. As seen in Scheerer’s work in Maine. I guess I just need to add Lee Jofa Hollyhock to my list of “fabrics to use in the future.” What do you think of this chintz? Do you care for chintz at all? If you’re interested in the fabric’s namesake, here is a link to Rheinstein’s fabled LA store, Hollyhock.
Photos courtesy of Lee Jofa, Tom Scheerer Inc., and Francesco Lagnese.