Monthly Archives: July 2016


Progress with current new construction project

Here is an update on one of our current project where I am assisting clients with the interior and exterior design of their new home. The outside has been painted and black shutters are on their way. Take a look at the progress on the interior trim work – comparing it with the picture when it was framed only.

Progress is also being made with tile work,  installation of kitchen and bathroom cabinets, installation of  lighting from visual comfort  and some key pieces like for example the powder room furniture piece. We are also currently working on fine tuning some wall colors and granite countertops should get installed this coming week.

Of course I can’t help myself being excited about bringing it all together with beautiful furniture, area rugs, custom window treatments and bedding, and all the finishing touches with accessories and art work.




By |July 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Final moving sale happening now

We are heading into our final  weeks of our biggest sale ever going on at our interior design and decorating store –  Our moving sale in preparation for moving to our new location. Wolfgang interiors and gifts is going to leave Turkey Creek after 13 years, and our new location will be on Kingston Pike close to Lovell Road. We are extremely excited, because we are ready for a change to improve our store, accessibility and location for all of our valued customers and friends.   Our new look will be much cleaner and brighter, with furniture reflecting a more transitional design style, however we will also  still cater to a more  traditional look, with great lines like Taylor King,  Palladin Furniture, Our House Design, Lorts, Visual  Comfort, Currey  and Company, Fairfield, and many, many more.  All of our fabric lines, drapery and bedding  trims, wallpaper, lighting and accessory lines will be featured on the big design wall with a design center in the back.  Our other focus will be on being Knoxville’s premier provider for custom window treatments and draperies, custom bedding and interior design work for new construction as well as commercial projects. We will also feature a wide array of drapery hardware in metal,  wood, motorized, and non motorized, all of which come in many different finishes as well as custom finishes.

Come see us during our final days at our current location and take advantage of our huge moving sale where everything is 25 to 75% off. Those are the greatest deals ever! We are planning on opening our new location on Kingston Pike at the beginning to middle of September in time for fall and the holiday season.

We are looking forward […]

By |July 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Vinyl rugs

Here is a picture of a client’s dining room who purchased our Noir dining room set and finished it off with a vinyl rug. Our vinyl rugs are a fabulous and less expensive option for areas with either high traffic, sun exposure, young children, dogs, etc…

We use  them in all sorts of design scenarios, they are scratch resistant, washable, partially UV resistant and for indoor and outdoor areas and especially suitable for screened-in porches or sunrooms.

I  personally have two vinyl rugs in our kitchen. One is in front of the sink because of water spills, anothe larger one is in front of our cooktop.   Besides the fact that they are decorative and everybody loves them, they also keep the cold tile floor warm in winter and the dogs enjoy sleeping on them. A thin patting underneath it makes them even softer and easier to stand on for longer periods while cooking or doing dishes.

They are great for lots of different design projects and hundreds of different pattern and color combinations make it easy to find the perfect fit for every home design.




By |July 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Blackberry Farm bed crown treatment

Completed another  great looking bed crown treatment at Blackberry Farm, Walland, Tennessee with interior designer Susan Wojnar. The headboard is upholstered in the same fabric and a complimenting lining fabric was chosen for the custom drapery treatment. It takes some extra “creative thinking and constructing” on all parts in order to accomplish unique looks and to deliver this beautiful end product. Of course everything is interlined and parts of the treatment is hand sewn. Thank you Blackberry Farm for letting our custom drapery workroom be part of this and many other exciting projects!


By |July 3rd, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments