CTC&G IDAs Winner: Product Design – Tanti Baci Metal Passementerie
Artfully combining her love of form and burnished metals, Linherr designed this collection of sculptural metal trimmings, encompassing organic, classic, and geometric shapes; a luxuriously refined, elegantly detailed product that can be adhered to the face of drapery panels/shades via neodymium magnets seamlessly integrated into any leading edge.
CTC&G IDAs Finalist: Product Design – Custom Pet Gate
This architectural, clean-lined pet gate was engineered to be freestanding by utilizing a pair of bronze metal feet weighing 20lbs apiece, each securing a stationary panel at either end of the gate. A horizontal bronze plate, mortised into each foot, secures the gate as one unit.
NYC&G IDAs Winner: Small Spaces – Gramercy Park Residence
Scale and additional storage were Linherr Hollingsworth's primary concerns while she was renovating this one-bedroom apartment in Gramercy Park. Her firm reworked the layout, adding a new kitchen, relocating a closet for better access, raising the ceilings throughout, and installing recessed LED fixtures. A muted palette of gray and ivory, with touches of apricot, complements the client's art collection.
NYC&G IDAs Finalist: Product Design – The Slim Table
This clean-lined table merges a sleek quartzite top with an antiqued-steel base.
CTC&G IDAs Finalist: Product Design – Parisian Ribbon Sconce
Dramatic in scale, the organic feel of the Parisian Ribbon sconce, designed by Connecticut's own Linherr Hollingsworth, is achieved with hand-forged coils. A cylindrical bronze shade filters the soft LED bulb radiating light from the top and bottom of the fixture.
On Garden Drive: CT Tastemaker – Linherr Hollingsworth
Linherr Hollingsworth is a bit of a local celebrity here in Fairfield County. In a past life, the designer had a successful career in fashion with Adrienne Vittadini and Eli Tahari, but later decided to shift her focus on interiors (lucky for us!).
CTC&G: An Ode to Bold
Linherr Hollingsworth follows patterns. She does so not just in how she runs her Norwalk–based interior design business, but also in actual patterns she finds in the world and adopts for her work and furnishings.
GoDesignGo: A Natural Fit – Form and Functionality
According to interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth, whittling down a personal design aesthetic is similar to the struggle of explaining to your 2nd grade teacher what you did all summer – in three sentences or less. However, Linherr decided that her calming, refined and understated glamour style fell comfortably under ‘Casual Luxury.'
Inspired Kravet: Linherr Hollingsworth Presents Bohème
For her first collection with Kravet, New England-based interior designer Linherr Hollingsworth presents fresh and unexpected lifestyles collection of fabrics, trimmings, wallcoverings and carpet. Taking its cue from the designer's background in high fashion, transformative style and affinity for art and travel, Boheme is both adaptable and eclectic.
Kravet Couture – Collection Bohème by Linherr Hollingsworth
Linherr Hollingsworth's innate sense of soulful beauty, keen inquisitiveness and years of experience in the industry has garnered her a notable reputation and a loyal following among clients and the design community at large.
Luxe Magazine: A Westport House Exudes A Welcoming, Chic Vibe
"My aesthetic is based on quality", says designer Linherr Hollingsworth, "but I want to know my clients first. Their energy has to be there." It was this mindset that resulted in the successful renovation of a young family's contemporary shingle-style residence in Westport.
NYC&G: West Village Pied-à-terre
For designer Linherr Hollingsworth, no job is too small, big, daunting, or beneath her, even when it comes to a project started by another decorator and then abandoned halfway through.
Best & Company: Decking the Halls—All Year 'Round
This holiday season, we had the good fortune of helping designer Linherr Hollingsworth, of Hollingsworth Design, transform the staid hallway and grand mezzanine of Manhattan's historic Academy Mansion into a sparkling, art-filled "Gala at the Musée" for Holiday House NYC 2014.
Forbes: Deck Your Halls With $1 Million In Baccarat Crystal For Charity
At this fall's ever-impressive Holiday House in The Academy Mansion, guests can wander 23 customized rooms made by renowned New York City-area designers like Michael Tavano, Ally Coulter and Linherr Hollingsworth, each space intricately decorated by theme to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
1st Dibs Introspective Magazine
Gleam and glam, sparkle and splendor… there could be no more festive kickoff to the holiday season than a visit to Manhattan's Holiday House, the month-long decorating extravaganza that benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) and is open to the public through December 21.
Modernity comes to life in a classical setting on this grand mezzanine. "In creating Gala at the Musée, we set out to design a space that would showcase contemporary and abstract art with a museum-like feeling, yet at the same time, exhibit the warmth of a personal residence," says designer Linherr Hollingsworth.
Color Clicks
Linherr Hollingsworth's grand mezzanine and dramatic staircase weds the classicism of the architecture with powerful contemporary art and strongly graceful lighting. Metallics and glass swirl throughout the space vigorously. And yet, there is an abundance of charm to give the space a residential wherewithal.
Lonny Magazine
At the top of the staircase, the second floor landing received one of the most subtle and surprising makeovers. Designer Linherr Hollingsworth digitally recreated the exact color and texture of the stone wall as a wallpaper to cover a damaged area. A pair of her Parisian ribbon sconces stand opposite.
Quintessence Blog
Now in its seventh year, Holiday House NYC was the first designer showhouse held in New York City to specifically benefit breast cancer. Featuring top interior designers in the spectacular Academy Mansion, chosen holidays and special occasions are celebrated with creativity, ingenuity and meaning.
Simplifying Fabulous by Robin Baron
Hello Fabulistas! One of my favorite showhouses, Holiday House NYC 2014, is now open to the public. The Holiday House gala was last week and it's now open to the public for the next few weeks. It is a stunning house filled with fabulous rooms designed by some of the industry's top interior designers.
Mon Ocle by Rio Hamilton
In the rush of our lives, at the cusp of Winter's deepening of our core strengths and dreams...I LOVE that NOW we must GATHER. Gather to light up, primp, anoint, tidy'up, re-imagine our spaces, make time for tete-a-tetes AND support those in need of healing through our good graces and good will.
NYC Culture/Style Blog
From November 20th through December 21st, at the Academy Mansion, the designer's show house benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, is one of the best holiday outings to make for an inspiring and highly enjoyable cultural treat.
York Avenue Blog
Often the thing that I find most striking and interesting to see in showhouses is the art. The designers seem to find the most unusual and amazing pieces, and it really is a pleasure to see the impact that the art adds to their spaces and to their designs.
CTC&G Design Salon Panel Discussion
The Glass House in New Canaan recently served as a fitting modern-day salon for a panel of experts gathered for CTC&G's design salon. Experts weighed in on the state of interior design in today's industry and guests were able to pose questions. Watch the Video
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