Hollie Rich has never met a big floral pattern she didn't swoon over, originating with her childhood bedroom festooned in a pastel Laura Ashley print. After the usual decorating identity crises of her early adult years, Hollie found her way back to her roots of traditional decorating, with florals always being at the center.

Stuck on Hue allows Hollie to bask in all the beautiful designer textiles, trims and wallpapers she can handle, and her favorite aspect of her work is helping connect customers with those same dream products they could normally only access by hiring an interior designer.

Whether she is helping design enthusiasts like yourself create a pillow plan for their living room, order fabric for window treatments or a reupholstery project, or gather wallpaper samples for a room makeover, Hollie prides herself on providing thorough, quick and friendly customer service while still balancing all the other demands of being a solopreneur.

Her attention to detail shines through in the meticulously crafted pillows she sews herself, as well as in communications with customers before and after a purchase. She will always choose quantity over quality, and if you’ve found yourself here, we bet you do too.

Hollie believes your home should be "unabashedly you" -- no generic interiors allowed! Gather all the inspiration you can from talented interior decorators and tastemakers of the past and present, then put that through your personal funnel to create a space that is all your own, where you feel comfort, contentment and joy.

Hollie’s own home is filled with beloved fabrics and wallpapers from brands like Soane, Pierre Frey, Sister Parish, Bennison and Colefax & Fowler, adorned with trims from industry-favorite Samuel & Sons. They live among a bevy of framed etchings and botanical prints, a cozy English roll-arm sofa, too many wicker/cane/bamboo chairs to count, a cherished vintage tole chandelier, colorful oriental rugs, a collection of design books, plenty of blue and white porcelain, and other treasures collected from near and far.

When she’s not working, Hollie is most likely dreaming up her next travel adventure, scouring a local antique store or estate sale, making plans for her future cottage garden, taking a walk with her husband in their historic Louisville, Kentucky, neighborhood, or scheming up her next house project.