Two tall étagères flank the fireplace and hold numerous wicker bins. The baskets were another way to introduce a natural, tactile material while minimizing clutter. “It’s a way to keep things tidy, concealed, and within reach, thanks to a library stepladder,” says Wolf.
Designer Jenny Wolf Transforms Her Own Stylish Work Space
A salvaged-wood conference table and sea grass rug bring texture and warmth to the room. Woven black-and-white bistro chairs provide functional seating. The Serge Mouille–designed pendant adds a sculptural and unexpected mod element. “Without the light, the room could have felt too sweet and traditional,” says Wolf. “It adds graphic punch and a little bit of edge the room wouldn’t otherwise have.”
HOUSE TOUR: Inside A Delightfully Upbeat Home In Illinois