Vicente Wolf's interiors are always inspirational.
He prefers to place furniture away from the walls and instead leaves it floating in the middle of the room. This creates a more welcoming and spacious atmosphere. White walls, floors and ceiling create an airy modern feel to this living room.
Vicente avoids the use of patterns or bold colors and instead juxtaposes textures, lines and scale. In part, this is the reason his rooms always have such a peaceful quality. He prefers a mix of seating over a set of identical chairs.
The generous use of mirrors, preferable large mirrors, is a signature of his. In this dining room they add depth and substance. The room is light and modern like a breath of fresh air..
Vicente Wolf prefers clean lines and primitive textures. His love of travel is evident in the rooms he designs. Using a neutral color palette, he keeps the look minimal and modern in this space.
In this light airy loft, a white upholstered bed is placed center stage. He combines the timeless appeal of antiques with the edgy beauty of contemporary design then adds touches of exoticism.
The grand gesture of an enormous inlaid mirror makes a dramatic statement.
I love the gorgeous lines of the curved sofa and sensual white draperies. He always manages to create such an etheral and serene yet interesting vibe.
The iconic leaning mirror enlarges the space and bounces light around the room.
Placed in the center of a crisp white room as if floating on a cloud, the antique desk faces the panorama. A mixture of antiques and contemporary photography enliven the space.
A photographer himself, Vicente lines the walls with a plethora of photographs. A minimal palette, plenty of texture and a mix of styles keep this space both elegant and interesting.
His mixture of seating is always interesting and inspiring. The cozy daybed/sofa is almost a room unto itself. Photography is ever present. Fresh flowers add a pop of color and enliven the space.