Our next designer for our Designer Spotlight feature is no stranger to antique furniture. Jenny Wolf grew up in South Carolina in a family of furniture dealers, and her appreciation for antiques shows through in all of her projects for Jenny Wolf Interiors. Jenny is a rising star in the interior design world and has already been recognised as Traditional Home’s ‘Top Ten New Traditionals.’
Jenny has an ability to make even the smallest details within a space interesting, engaging, and full of character. The photograph above shows an antique mahogany chest of drawers holding a blue and white porcelain vase alongside vintage books. The framed wax medallions hanging on the wall behind the chest recall the ancient Roman wax seals.
This bright sitting room is full of light and wonderful traditional architectural details in the mouldings and marble fireplace. Jenny incorporates classical decorative elements often seen in Georgian and Regency interiors, including silhouette portraits and Wedgwood ceramics on the mantlepiece, gilded wall sconces with reeded details on either side of the fireplace, and a black japanned table with chinoiserie decoration.
Jenny has created a lovely space in the foyer of this Chelsea residence, particularly with the ensemble on the far wall. The antique mahogany chest holds a famille rose Chinese porcelain vase alongside a traditional piece of English silver (and we love the furry friend!).
We will finish with this charming vignette showing a striking oil portrait propped on a vintage bedside table. The ensemble is simple yet compelling, and is a perfect representation of Jenny’s understated and elegant style.
We look forward to seeing Jenny’s future projects and hope she might have some projects in London–we would love to see how she transforms an English interior!