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Interview with Jenny Wolf of Jenny Wolf Interiors

Welcome to a brand new series of Designer Spotlights, focusing on the group of top designers who will bring to life the Diamonds of Design Vignette Exhibition at AmericasMart beginning in January 2017. In celebration of AmericasMart’s sixtieth anniversary, this select group of designers will bring to life their most inspiring design moments, eras and lifestyles of the last 60 years using their favorite finds from the market. The next one of our designers to be featured is…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. Drawing inspiration from her Southern roots, travels and the vibrant city around her, Jenny works to weave personalities with possessions, creating individualized interiors that suit her client’s personal style and desires. REstyleSOURCE recently chatted with this talented designers, in a brief Q&A which will not only give our readers some background on their design philosophy, but also what they can expect to see from their Diamonds of Design Vignette at AmericasMart Atlanta in January…


JW1Photo c/o Jenny Wolf Interiors

How did you get started in the world of interior design? From a very young age, I always knew that I wanted to be an interior designer.  After a career in fashion, I decided to make this dream a reality.  On a leap of faith, I left my job and went back to school.   I literally graduated, took on my first client and started my business all in a matter of a couple of months.

What inspires your creativity? Fashion, travel…the world around me.


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Photo c/o Jenny Wolf Interiors

Jenny’s Favorite Quote…“Decorating…is about creating a quality of life, a beauty that nourishes the soul.”

– Albert Hadley

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JW5Designer Notes: Inspiration

Diamonds of Design will focus on style standouts of the last 60 years. Which design icon, style or era from the last 60 years particularly inspires you?  I am feeling really inspired by what is happening now in terms of new traditionalism.  I love the new millennial approach to design.  It is fresh, fun and eclectic. Mixing styles in a new and innovative way is a very exciting way approach to design.  There are fewer rules, less rigidity.

What was the inspiration behind your vignette? Which vendors and products did you go with to create this look? I knew I wanted to design a new traditional style dining room because it allowed me to combined all of the aspects I love from each era and decade.

Jenny Wolf Portfolio 2Photo c/o Jenny Wolf Interiors

Jenny’s Must-See AmericasMart Showrooms?


Chelsea Textiles | Made Goods | Arteriors  |  Bungalow 5

Designer Tips on shopping the market?

“Give yourself a good amount of time to walk the mart, so you don’t miss a thing! It is also very helpful to map out the showrooms that you want to visit in advance.”

JW3Photo c/o Jenny Wolf Interiors

BacchanaliaREstyleSOURCE Loves Local

We are all about ‘loving local’—from designers and manufacturers right down to local brick & mortar shops and eateries! What are some of your favorite local shops and restaurants to visit when you’re in Atlanta?

“I love La Parrilla for the best Mexican and white queso! Also, Horseradish Grill and Bacchanalia are two of my favorite restaurants for a special night out. And there is no better place to find one of a kind pieces and amazing deals than Scott’s Antique Market.”

JW4Photo c/o Jenny Wolf Interiors

Jenny’s Tips for Stylish Entertaining…”Try not to adhere to too many rules…they can be too limiting.  I always say “if you buy what you love you will find a way to make it work.”

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Up Close & Personal With the Designer

Coffee or Tea? Coffee  /  Salty or Sweet? Salty and then something sweet  /  Beach or Mountains? Beach  /  City or Country? City  /  Cats or Dogs? Dogs  /  Text or Phone Call? Phone Call  /  Night Owl or Early Riser? Early Riser  /  Yoga or Salsa Dancing? A little bit of both.  I love to dance, but I also appreciate a little energy clearing.


Read the Book or See the Movie? See the movie  /  Kindle or Hardcover? Hardcover  /  Luxury Hotel or Camping Trip? Luxury Hotel  /  Home Cooked Meal or Fancy Restaurant? Fancy Restaurant

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