Jenny Wolf is a New York-based interior designer primarily focused on all aspects of residential interiors. Her organic approach to design emphasizes the simple and often overlooked notion that a …
Jenny Wolf is a New York-based interior designer primarily focused on all aspects of residential interiors. 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 desired aesthetic.
Jenny’s appreciation for design began at a very early age. Growing up in the culturally eclectic city of New Orleans and on the coast of South Carolina to a family of furniture retailers, she developed a love of home furnishings, antiques and all things beautiful. 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 department and specialty stores around the country. After many 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.
Jenny assisted on a number of high profile residential projects before opening her own firm in early 2011. She currently lives in the West Village, where she has an office. Jenny has been published in numerous publications including Vogue, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Coastal Living, and New York Magazine. She is on Luxe Magazine's "Gold List" and was named one of Traditional Home's "Top 10 New Traditionals." Jenny recently opened her first retail store in Pound Ridge, The Huntress New York. She will also be completing her first hotel project, the White Barn Inn, an Auberge Resort, in Kennebunk, Maine in the Summer of 2020.