Do you love looking through the portfolios of interior designers as much as I do? Recently I came across the work of Jenny Wolf, a New York based interior designer and was utterly impressed with her design work. Jenny grew up living in New Orleans and on the coast of South Carolina and eventually made her way to New York where her design career began. After landing in NY, she worked in retail development for Ralph Lauren (dream job) where she managed visual merchandising and shop installations for RL women’s shops. After a 5 year stint at RL, she left to attend Parsons where she earned her degree in Interior Design.
Flipping through Jenny’s website, is it clear that her design aesthetic reflects a co-mingling of southern flair with big city style.
Here’s a look at one of my favorite projects from her portfolio.
♦ Jenny Wolf Interiors–The Hubert ♦
As you tour this home, you’ll notice simple and classic styling infused with beautiful detail. The trim on the curtain panels and the nail-heads on the sofa are little touches that make the decor special.
I love the cozy arrangement Jenny created in this the living area and the eclectic mix of materials and design styles. The accessory mix is perfection.
The ‘X’ benches are to die for.
Throughout the home, Jenny combined different textures with the furniture, rug, textiles and accessories. All of the textural elements in the dining area bring the neutral palette to life.
The bedroom is soothing and fun at the same time. Pattern mixing adds color and personality. I love the combination of red and navy mixed with khaki and white.
A textural statement was also added in the bedroom through the linen lampshades, bamboo chest, natural woven rug and linen curtains.
And throughout the house, you’ll see accents of black which help to add that city sophistication.
Another one of her projects that really stood out to me is the Hudson Street project. This decor in this home is the perfect mix of cottage, boho and traditional design. You can tour the entire home here.
I’m so glad I discovered Jenny’s work. The spaces she creates are beautiful and inspiring and she is definitely one to watch.
You can view Jenny’s entire residential portfolio here and her commercial work here. And be sure to follow her on Instagram for more design & style inspiration.
all images via Jenny Wolf Interiors
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