I had the opportunity to hear and meet renowned designer, Vicente Wolf, speak at a showroom here in Dallas this past Tuesday evening (hence my absence of post yesterday). It was so refreshing to hear a designer speak so candidly about the changes within the industry, his personal mantras, and his approach to design. An avid traveler to far corners of the world, Wolf spoke of how he draws his inspirations from objects he finds from Thailand to Hong Kong. He passionately spoke of his creative process. Wolf builds a space, scales the space, and then fills it with color and texture.
His visual mind is reflected in the way speaks so fluidly about the industry. He was such a genuinely kind person. He wanted to be asked questions and all relished in his thoughtful answers. Wolf knows good taste. He takes the reigns and creates spaces that only his mind can envision, and in turn everyone loves.
His fourth book is available on amazon here. Below, have a glimpse into the chic NYC apartment of Vicente Wolf. Photos via One Kings Lane.
The first thing I notice about his home is all of the green!! He really brings a great amount of texture indoors with this array of succulents and greenery.
A chic canopied daybed makes for a perfect focal point for a sitting area. Wolf has his furniture floating, which is much more daring than the safe desire to keep things against a wall.
I love a white canvas with a sea of contrasts…grays, camels. browns, and blacks. Wolf really knows how to display quality furniture and objects.
Shades of wood.
Wolf loves photography, and the white walls are the ideal way to display.
This room is so refreshing. There is nothing better than displaying what you love, and living in a room full of natural light.
Shades of gray and white.