Designer Spotlight: Jenny Wolf

2 Aug

Today I am going to show you the beautiful work of New York based interior designer Jenny Wolf. Her organic approach to design emphasizes the simple and often overlooked notion that a home should reflect the sensibilities of the people living in it, showcasing the things they love and have collected over time. Jenny’s appreciation for design began at an early age while growing up in New Orleans and on the coast of South Carolina. Upon graduating college, Jenny moved to NYC where she worked in retail development at Ralph Lauren. There she managed visual merchandising and shop installations for RL women’s shops at Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales and specialty stores around the country. After five years at Ralph Lauren, Jenny left to attend Parsons where she earned a degree in Interior Design, concentrating on architecture, lighting, furniture, color and interior layouts. She assisted on many high profile projects before starting her own firm in 2011. I think you all will love her effortless chic designs as much as I do! Take a look.


What do you think? Isn’t her work great? I love the mix of old and new. The eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories pull together these rooms perfectly. To see more of her designs visit her website


2 Responses to “Designer Spotlight: Jenny Wolf”

  1. lessthanperfectmama August 21, 2012 at 4:58 am #

    Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog. Really enjoyed this post. Btw, we posted the same pics from New England Home. Great minds think alike!

    • thesuitelifedesigns August 21, 2012 at 9:48 am #

      Thanks! I enjoy your blog as well. That New England home is amazing 🙂

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