Summer is the perfect time to renovate and decorate! The best way to transform a room is with color. Throughout my travels, I have always been intrigued by the use of color from different regions. A culture’s use of color and the combination of color are the main ingredients when it comes to my designs.
My selection for a great summer color is “Turning Oakleaf” by Pittsburgh Paints (#PPG1107-3). This golden yellow color is inspired by my travels in Jaisalmer, India nicknamed The Golden City, on account of its yellow sandstone. Splashes of color brings dimension to one’s space adding life to that particular room. Not only is this a low cost DIY project but you will also surprise guest with rays of sunshine.
PPG The Voice of Color Collection by Vicente Wolf
Inspiration behind the making of “Turning Leaf” PPG1107-3
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In The New York Observer today, the Penthouses I designed for Manhattan House, a high-end condo conversion at 200 East 66th Street, has just hit the market and is expected to sale for 12.5M. For me it’s been a wonderful opportunity to work with a marketing team that has given me the freedom to create something very unique in the marketplace.
200 East 66th Street, Manhattan House, O’Connor Capital Partners, Transfers, Tricia Hayes Cole, Vicente Wolf
Each Penthouse hosts extravagant design details such as wood-burning fireplaces, wraparound terraces, heated floors, hand chiseled marble accent walls, custom cabinetry and other signature designs from the Vicente Wolf Customized Collection. Buyers are not only going to be surprised by the square footage but by the design elements and amenities these Penthouses have to offer.