Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Finally Restored

Published March 9, 2015
Updated February 20, 2015
Published March 9, 2015
Updated February 20, 2015
frank lloyd wright hollyhock house interior walkway

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An interior walkway overlooking the courtyard.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house outdoor pillars

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A close up on the courtyard pillars with the hollyhock pattern.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house library

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The vibrant carpet of the library further illuminated by the sunlight from the ample windows.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house kitchen

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One of the longest galley-style kitchens you’ll ever see. This room, as well as the library, has only been restored back to the 1940s.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house former bedroom gallery

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Formerly a bedroom area, this space has been relegated into a gallery about the famous architect.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house staggered rooftops

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Staggered rooftops provide more views.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house outdoor corner

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The house stands majestically on its hill.

frank lloyd wright hollyhock house evening shot

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The Hollyhock house will be open for public viewing after February 13th, 2015.

Erin Kelly
Erin Kelly is a freelance writer, artist, and video editor that splits her time between the humid Midwest and the dusty corners of her mind.