Ann Wolf

Posted on Fri, 27 Jul 2012 by KiM

Ann Wolf is an interior designer based in Texas who is certainly not one dimensional. She has designed a Shaker-inspired farmhouse in Colorado, an Adirondack-style summer house in upstate New York, a mid-century modern in Houston, and a “Hollywood-Glam” pied-a-terre in Manhattan. Whatever the style, her spaces are always elegant yet practical, sophisticated yet whimsical yet. I’m not typically drawn to massive doses of pattern and colour, but she really knows how to mix it up and isn’t afraid to be bold with colour combinations. I really admire that.

Sparky says:

I love that bedroom with the great big wide open floor to ceiling windows and the brick wall that runs from the inside through to the outside. And I love that they have gathered and partnered french cafe chairs with the Sarrinen table.

That is art 🙂 Loves!

homestilo says:

It's great how her colour palettes range from monochromatic to bold and bright.


Perfect blend of the classic dining table and contemporary painting that gives a special touch to the environment.

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