La Cienega Design Quarter 2013
Hollyhock’s south window designed by David Scott for #LEGENDS2013.

“For me it was the sexy combination of LA glamour and NYC excitement inspired by my love of movies, fashion and art,” says interior designer David Scott of his #LEGENDS2013 window design for Hollyhock.

David Scott designs visually stimulating, yet highly functional interiors that gracefully meld practical architecture with unique design. His style blends the timeless elegance of the past with the functionality of the present. His new book, Outside the Box: An Interior Designer’s Innovative Approach, takes a look at the elements of inspiration that have been the guiding force for his innovative and striking spaces, where comfort and chic harmoniously co-exist.

A quote from the designer on his #LEGENDS2013 window design for Hollyhock:

“Contemporary art plays such an important role in my work as a designer and within the culture of LA so I made it my central focus.”

Suzanne Rheinstein opened Hollyhock over 20 years ago to sell all the things she loved for the home but couldn’t easily find in Los Angeles. The showroom has an eclectic mélange of 18th and 19th century antiques mixed with home accessories, art, contemporary furniture and books on interiors, architecture and living well. It also features the “Hollyhock Home Collection,” Rheinstein’s unique line of custom upholstery, furniture and lighting. It represents several international product lines, including the colorful hand-thrown lamps of Christopher Spitzmiller, Roy Hamilton ceramics, William Yeoward glass, Vladimir porcelain, Libeco and Gayle Warwick linens, and Rheinstein’s Lee Jofa fabrics.

Window Credits:

Cain Modern
Dragonette Ltd
Edward Fields Carpet Makers
Jamie Bush
The Paper Bag Princess
Vintage Couture
Ralph Pucci International
Susan Gill Workroom

For further information about David Scott, visit

Hollyhock is located at 927 N. La Cienega Blvd., visit

For further information about the La Cienega Design Quarter’s LEGENDS event, visit