As someone who loves home design and architecture, I’ve stated on many occasions that even though I’d gladly consider myself to be a modern minimalist at hear (I hate clutter and love clean lines) I can totally appreciate other design aesthetics and enjoy spending time in spaces that are totally different from mine. Vicente Wolf, who is completely my kindred spirit of modern style, is literally one of the most fabulous interior designer names that I would trust to design my home and not question a single selection (except perhaps maybe for the actual budget since good taste doesn’t typically come cheap!)
Although he’s known for his super modern style and fits in probably more with the New York City penthouse condo crowd than the Connecticut cul-de-sac lifestyle, I have to just say that I was positively blown away by how beautifully designed his latest residential project looked once it was completed. Two of his best clients decided to ditch the city for the suburbs of Westchester County, requiring the help of their longtime friend and designer Vicente to offer his modern flair for their newly built 8,500 square foot traditional Georgian-style home.
What I love about Vicente Wolf is that the man is not hesitant to take risks, especially when it comes to decorating. For instance, his clients decided to trust him when he suggested switching the dining room to the den and vice versa in order to create a more socially accommodating space for entertaining as well as a chic party-friendly spot for family dinners and cooking for guests. No matter what your personal style might be, there’s absolutely no denying the talent that Vicente has when it comes to envisioning and executing his client’s dream space, whether it’s mostly modern or it’s totally traditional.
Images via Architectural Digest