Hollyhock is a hand-blocked linen or a cotton chintz with a lineage that dates back to the 1850s. Even after a century later it was hailed as "the most beautiful chintz on the market." Lee Jofa's signature fabric, Hollyhock hand-block has been printed non stop since its introduction in 1922. The fabric comes in 38 individual blocks printing 19 colors and requires 100 undividual placed blocks to complete just one yard of fabric. As most fabrics get discontinued after a few years, Lee Jofa's Hollyhock has remained and has become a designers favorite. Its one of Danielle's favorite prints, and so much so we have reproduced some of her signature pieces, wrapped and ready to go!
The Late Designer Suzanne Rheinstein ran a cult-favorite shop for Hollyhock for decades. Rheinstein is also the visionary behind Lee Jofa's timeless collection of Hollyhock fabrics. She stated that the beloved fabric can go well with modern furniture or antiques which is why it attracts so many people.The late Suzanne Rheinstein upholstered Lee Jofa Hollyhock sofa in her Georgian-styled sitting room in Los Angeles.
Danielle Rollins' mud room hallway from Atlanta, GA, sporting a matching set of upholstered settess in Lee Jofa Hollyhock
Top: Miles Redd used the Lee Jofa Hollyhock on a dinning table-turned-desk skirt for his mothers home in Atlanta, GA Middle: Cameron Kimber used the Lee Jofa Hollyhock fabric to create these stunning curtains for a England country house in New South Whales Bottom: Mark Sikes uses the Lee Jofa Hollyhock to upholstered a sofa and chair and brings in the stunning fabric to use for sofa pillows in Montecito, CA
Top: Decorated living room showcasing an upholstered Tufted Chesterfield Hollyhock sofa in Lee Jofa Hollyhock fabric Bottom: Danielle Rollins' Master bedroom in Atlanta, GA, including an upholstered Tufted Chesterfield Club Chair, with a matching Canapé Bed in Lee Jofa Hollyhock
(All above images sourced from Danielle Rollins' A Home For All Seasons, 2020)