With its rare antiques and hand-picked artifacts VW Home rates highly on the designer’s insider track as a unique showroom that reflects interior design connoisseur Vicente Wolf’s far-flung international travels.
Since its opening in 1999, the light-filled 3,000 square foot loft in Manhattan receives regular shipments from Europe, Asia, Africa and other exotic destinations that ensure a continually changing selection of one-of-a-kind pieces available for sale to both the public and trade.
In addition to antiques and international artifacts, the showroom is home to a Wolf-designed selection of home décor accessories including lighting, sterling silver flatware, mirrors and luxury upholstery pieces, from which visitors can have their pieces custom-made.
This option was expanded in 2008 with the launch of VW Home Design, a Wolf-inspired interior design service that uses products selected and designed by Wolf as a direct offer to those wanting to recreate the Vicente Wolf-look in their own home.
The showroom also offers remote personal assisted shopping service to those unable to visit the store personally.
Owner Vicente Wolf is a celebrated interior designer with over thirty years of experience on an international platform. He is the publisher of four books, Learning to See (Artisan, 2002), Crossing Boundaries: A Global Vision of Design (Monacelli Press, 2006), Lifting the Curtain on Design (Monacelli Press, 2010) and The Four Elements of Design (Rizzoli International, 2016) which are all available for sale at VW Home.